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It make noise when I connect my microphone to that

I am living i Norway. I dont understand what it trouble.

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Re: It make noise when I connect my microphone to that

First check your cable to connect, and then check the volume between vocopro and receiver. and try to take microphone alway from you system. and try to adjust treecer down. let me know

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