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I would like to ask anyone who has experiment on hook up....

To whom it may concern , I bought this product , but , when I look the output and the input , I don't know how to hook up to my mixer, mackie 1202 -vlz3 , If anyone here can help me to hook up , I'm very appreciate
thank you for your time and your consideration

johnminhchi@yahoo.com

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Hi, It seems you need a XLR male to 1/4" cable like this...
http://images.tigerdirect.com/skuimages/large/C184-40036-large.jpg

XLR goes into the O/P of the preamp and the 1/4" would go into the input of the mixer.
Hope it helps...
cheers,

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Happy to help just need to know what we are hooking uo ....

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Hi,
Do you have necessary cables to hook up balanced output? its 3 pin cable.
Please let me know to help you further.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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    Shahid Electronics Sep 21, 2008

    Let me know what XLR Balanced Input is free in Mackie 1202

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