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I have a Leem KA-1210N amplifier and when i insert the microphone the xlr input no sound comes out when singing in the microphone!can you tell me why?volume is on high,everything set ok but no sound!

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  • therock1519 Apr 19, 2008

    there is only one xlr input for the mic and another jack input for it!but i only have an xlr cable maybe i'll get a xlr jack cable and try the jack input for the mic

  • Jack Garner Sep 21, 2013

    It was working, but would stop if my voice got loud. Now just quit.

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Mic maybe plugged into wrong or inactive input. Check to see if input is switched to another input rather than mic.

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