May 27, 2020
Jul 23, 2019
What am I missing here? The question was from a T1 to an iphone...the link suggests an irig...but that doesn't answer the actual question. ??
Nov 9, 2018
Yendor, I do believe may have answered the question. As best I can tell you have to buy an iRigPre. Output from headphone jack on back of T1, to iRigPre (interface) and from iRigPre out to the headphone jack on your phone. I don't know if an iphone 11 has a headphone jack or not, but if it's wireless...then not sure how you would connect. So my answer may still leave the question open.
I'll try again, not from my phone. You take audio out from the mixer, XLR into Either a iRig Pre or Stream. Out from iRig to this adapter:
iRig Pre and, or iRig Stream:
The Stream uses RCA inputs, and for that reason only I purchased the Pre, as it's XLR.
The Stream is generally out of stock due to everybody doing the COVID, and the Pre will be in stock. The Pre will handle the effort, but the Stream is a bit more advanced for monitoring and setting the gain.
I have the Pre, and it works well. And got mine from eBay directly from iRig for $28.00. I don't use the T1, I use a Yamaha MG06X. I supply my S1 with one XLR, the other goes to the iRig Pre. Powered by a battery pack, so totally wireless. And set the mixer to mono. But, it should be just as easy with the T1.
Hope that answers it for you?
So, I'll try again. EITHER an iRig Pre or Stream will solve your connection issue. Go from the T1 out to the iRig, and then from the iRig into this adapter:
And then into the iPhone, lightening port.
The Stream is a bit more advanced, but the Pre will do the job. The Stream has an easier to set gain, and easier to monitor.
I use a Yamaha MG06X. XLR out directly into iRig Pre. One XLR out to S1 Pro, the other to iRig, and mixer set to mono. The Stream uses RCA's. Whatever works out for you to connect.
Hopes that answers it for you?
To give you an idea, here is a video. My Wife is a Teacher, and due to COVID is at home teaching. She does some video and book reads for Students. This video is for her kids. Kind of corny, but you get the idea on the audio out from the iRig Pre.