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Old 07-09-2024, 02:12 PM
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Yes a 1/4 to 3.5mm cable is a good idea, but you only have 2 inputs on this speaker. After your guitar and mic you're full. If they won't offer a 3.5mm input, at least offer more than 2 inputs.
Of course I'm full of ideas... Here is how I combine our two guitars when my duo plays. Add an XLR Y-cable for the two SM-58's and we are good to go. Given that previous cable, your "second guitar" could be your audio source. This mixer is just two 10K resistors and it requires that its inputs come from an active circuit: powered guitar pedal, guitar with built in preamp, MP3 player, etc. Most line inputs on pro audio are 10K ohm impedances. You loose about 8 dB with this mixer, which is why I appreciate both JBL inputs have enough gain to handle mics, which are very low output.



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