Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Mic maybe plugged into wrong or inactive input. Check to see if input is switched to another input rather than mic.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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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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