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4/20/09 I have a new Logitech Premium Notebook Headset with USB, which I am trying to use as a microphone input (with regular non-USB plug) to a karaoke stereo system. Unfortunately, I cannot get the microphone to work with a converter for the small sterero jack to a 1/4" stereo (and monoP jack into the karaoke input jack. Interesting, I can plug the earphone plug in ... and get good sound if I talk into the ear pieces for the headphones. I can get the microphone to work for a recording on my computer when I plug it into the computer using the USB converter/adapter that comes with the Logitech Premium Notebook Headset. What do I need to do to get the microphone to work? Is there a special converter/adapter? Thanks for the help.
I'm just taking a stab in the dark here but bare with me on this, I got a lot of info stored in this old head so it takes a while.
If you look at the jack for the microphone, Does it have 2 sleaves and a pin or just 1 sleave and a pin. If it has 2 then you will need an adaptor (Normaly Stereo jack to XLR). If it has 1 sleave then your going to need a preamp.
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