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How do I connect my keyboard and microphone to the peavey kb3. I have a one output (phones/output) in my Yamaha ps3 keyboard. Can you help me out so I don't damage the kb3... Thank you

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I'm not a musician so am not familiar with. However I have found a manual on the Internet which is downloadable from here
http://assets.peavey.com/literature/manuals/72483_6844.pdf
Page 23 shows a very clear diagram of the back of the machine and description of the various input/output sockets, which should clear everything up for you. Reading other parts of the manual might also help you avoid trouble.
Cheers

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