Hope Church, music is an important part of our worship service. We're not the largest of choirs, but we put our hearts into it. Like many church choirs, we sometimes use CD accompaniment both for practice and performance. Many of the CDs that we use for practice are "split track" choral recordings that separate parts into the right and left channel.
When we were in the market for a new CD player, we looked for one with a balance control knob to turn down the right or left track to isolate parts. We also wanted a CD player that was very portable and one that produced quality sound output. The Superscope PSD230 portable CD player fit the bill to a T!
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I am a choir director but sometimes we sing to split track CDs. Where can I find a boombox for split tracks?Source(s): choir director sing split track cds find boombox split tracks: https://shortly.im/Fkgcy
MC - There is a cheaper way to play one track or the other through a sound system or boombox with an audio input.
What you need is a simple and cheap mixer:
Plug the left and right output of the CD player to separate inputs on the mixer. Feed the output of the mixer to your sound system or boombox with an input. To hear one track turn up that knob - to hear the other track turn up the other knob - very easy. This of course is not an all in one unit, but it will work.
If you are already in a room with a sound system and mixer, just get a separate cd player or dvd player and connect it to the mixer as I said.
I do this all the time at my church.Source(s): Church sound guy for 20 years