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Can u connect a microphone to htr5740 receiver?


only if it has an input for it on the front. check specs from your manual.
there can be another way but it will cost you. a preamp mic plug into one of you inputs via rca connection

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Bought turtle beach z11 headset, cant get mic to work


The Z11 has a four-pole input/output plug to connect the mic and the earphone. The earphone needs to be connected to the earphone jack and the mic needs to be connected to the mic input jack on the back of the computer. In other words, you should have to 3.5 mm plugs. Plugging both into the same jack will disconnect one or the other. Check your adapter, It should have two separate 3.5mm plugs. If it does, be sure they are connected to the right jacks on the computer. The headphone jack will have a headphone symbol; the mic jack will have a microphone symbol. Go to System Preferences, Sound. Select the line in preference for input and the line out preference for headphones. Just may work.

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Behringer Eurorack UB2442FX - PRO mic inputs are intermittent


Check the type of microphones connected and set the proper settings,

and connect it to other mic inputs .

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How to connect mic


Hello

OK, if this specific is capable of a mic input, there should be a input, labeled Mic or Microphone. Once you located the input, you will just need to plug the mic into the receiver.

Hope this can be of help.

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Andrea

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How to connect it to computer mic input


Instead of using the mic input on your soundcard try using the auxiliary input. You will need a cord that converts from 1/4" mono to 1/8" stereo. That cord goes from out on your pedal to aux in on your computer. Use whatever you need to go to the input of the pedal.

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Make mic to work on desktop monitor how to do i need driver


The mic connects to the computer not the monitor. It will work if you connect it to the Mic Input port and have it set right. You may or may not need a driver.
http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4895724_troubleshooting-pc-mic-input.html
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How do i connect yamaha mixer to pc or yamaha receiver


I am sorry to disagree, but some information in the previous post is INCORRECT. DO NOT connect the output of the mixer to the MIC input. The mixer generates LINE level output that should go to the LINE-IN on the sound card. If you connect the mixer to the mic input, you will damage the sound card. MIC level inputs have an additional amplification stage.

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Vocal mic


You can plug a mic into the front H input on the 2488, but depending on the type of mic you may get a weak signal. The typical voice mic is low-Z (low impedence) and the instrument input (H) on the front of the 2488 is High-Z. A high-Z input is expecting the relatively higher voltage put out by a high-Z mic (or passive guitar pickup). On the other hand there are high-Z mics out there and most computer mics are high-Z. These produce the voltage that a high-Z input is expecting.

If however your mic is low-Z you will get a weak signal on the high-Z (front H) input on the 2488. You should in this case connect an impedance matching adapter between the mic and the input. It steps up the voltage of the mic, giving it a stronger signal.

To tell what impedence (Z) you mic is use the following to match the rated ohms on your mic with the impedence:

low-Z = 150-300 ohms
medium-Z = 600-2000 ohms
high-Z = 10,000 ohms or more

If you already have a high-Z mic you can plug it into the front H input directly. For a high-Z mic plugging it into any of the other low Z inputs on the back will produce a distorted signal.

Hope this helps.

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Add additional mics on the vocopro gigman all in one system


Putting spliiters on the input of a Mic priamp to connect to Mics to one pre is a bad idea. There are lots of techy reasons why, but the short version is "Don't Do it"

So how to solve your problem..


If you have a spare Line input you could buy a cheap external mixer, which will take the microphones and provide an appropriate level signal to your machine.

Something like this ought to do it..

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Behringer-EURORACK-UB1202-Mixer-631236-i1153479.gc

If you have no line inputs, then you can use the output of the mixer into a DI Box to match the levels and use your exisiting Mic ins.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Behringer-DI20-Ultra-DI-2-Channel-Active-DI-Box-Splitter-182481-i1125215.gc

DO NOT CONNECT THE LINE OUT FROM THE MIXER TO THE MIC INPUTS WITHOUT A DI BOX!

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