Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If you have a mic input on the front or rear of your receiver, you just hook the mic in the jack, an thats it, if its a phono that wouldnt work cause most are output you would need an input in order for the mic to work
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Oct 20, 2012 | Yamaha RX-V692 Receiver
1) Not with this unit. WHY bother? Sending identical program to two drivers over separate wires is the same as sending it over one pair.
2) No. Insertion of a microphone tells the unit you're doing setup. The microphone picks it up and sends it to a microprocessor for evaluation. The sound from the mic never finds its way out to a speaker. THAT would be a feedback loop and the tweeters wouldn't like it. (sizzle sizzle)
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