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I purchased a Go Pro Hero 7 camera which I am going to mount permanently focusing on my stage performance. Reason with Go Pro, it has its own WiFi network which I can control with a separate mini iPad. I can also download the file to cloud. Purchased the audio adapter and will be using my Shure sm58 as mic.

It has a mini HDMI which I have 3 TVs I would like to connect for monitor to other areas of the restaurant. 2 of them on each side of the stage, 12 feet away and 1 of them in other room, 25/30 feet away. In your opinion, what would be the best way to connect. I understand hdmi is best under 25 feet. Should I convert to RCA at some point?
FYI : I may be adding an extra set of speakers for other room TV, so thinking of some kind of small power set. Something later to add?
Very cool idea! You are going to need an HDMI splitter (preferably a powered one), to go those distances else from one signal split to 3 in anything over 10-15 feet might result in a weak signal going to all monitors. It's only around $40-$60.

Instead of just passing the Shure mic through as audio, why not use one of the AUX outputs from your TouchMix 8 and route your mic, accordion, arranger, whatever out through it as a mono signal to come out of the remote TV's? If you really wanted to get fancy you could probably do that wireless if you had a spare transmitter that you weren't using.
(17-08-2019, 03:31 PM)JerryPH Wrote: [ -> ]Very cool idea!  You are going to need an HDMI splitter (preferably a powered one), to go those distances else from one signal split to 3 in anything over 10-15 feet might result in a weak signal going to all monitors.  It's only around $40-$60.

Instead of just passing the Shure mic through as audio, why not use one of the AUX outputs from your TouchMix 8 and route your mic, accordion, arranger, whatever out through it as a mono signal to come out of the remote TV's?  If you really wanted to get fancy you could probably do that wireless if you had a spare transmitter that you weren't using.

This may be an option. But maximum 30 feet which I think is enough?
OREI HD-104 1x4 4 Ports HDMI Powered Splitter for Full HD 1080P & 3D Support (One Input To Four Outputs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007NKOC2W/ref...wDb2NZC7XV
Yes, that one should work well enough, it's powered. that's the important part. Don't forget to get someone to walk around with a cell phone while you're up there performing, that would be cool to see!