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Two words..."phantom power." Condenser mic's like yours require 48 volts of phantom power to operate correctly. Look for a "phantom power" OFF/ON switch located somewhere on your audio mixer or if you're not using a mixer, buy a in-line phantom power supply like this...http://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=11974571.
Condenser microphones require Phantom Power from and external source, such as a good mixer. Make sure your mixer has it available and it is turned on. Then make sure you have a good and properly wired mic cable. If these suggestions do not help I would contact the manufaturer or retailer where the mic was purchased. Take the mic to a music store and ask yhem to hook it up to see if it will work.
Several ways. Easiest way is to just hook up mic to speaker via XLR and make sure on jbl speaker switch is set to Mic not Line. ( for volume ). Ideally you would hook mic to a console ( mixer ) and come out of mixers main out (l/r) to 2 separate jbl speakers ( being powered no amp is necessary ) for stereo!
You will need to run the mic through a mixer that has phantom power. Without the phantom power supply, the microphones active circuitry will not be able to work.. Good luck, any problems getting your rig up just ask. A "FixYa" rating for assistance would be great, thanks