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Good morning.  I will try to keep this as short as possible.  I broadcasting music (MP3 & MP4) from a laptop to a Peavy mixer board.  I have a J&K Audio Sports Mixer hooked up to the Peavy.  From the Sports Mixer, I am hooked up to a cell phone of which I call the radio station and broadcast High School Football Games live.  The Audio from my Headset/mic which is hooked directly to the Peavy flows through fine to the radio broadcast.  However, the audio I am sending from my laptop is distorted and "in and out".  I have tried adjusting the gain on both boards and the volume output from the laptop.  Nothing seems to help.

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Randy

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Sorry for the delay...

If you can, try to monitor the audio from each output individually (from the laptop, the Peavey, and the J & K). Be sure your cabling is solid, too...
Is there any compression or limiting being used on any of the boards? That could be a culprit. As of now, with the info you've given, those are the only things I can think of at the moment.

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