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Have a peavey mic with three point lead need to use with my pc

How do i use this mic on my pc do what attachment do i need ?

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Re: have a peavey mic with three point lead need to use...

Check the plug on it if it fits the pink jack on the rear side of the pc. If it does not then use a mic jack convertion.

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