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How do I connect a microphone with a 1/4" cable to my AV receiver with RCA connectors

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  • tenemoh Apr 24, 2008

    I tried that but it didn't work.

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You can purchase adaptors at Radio Shack

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  • Van Lake Apr 25, 2008

    Microphones require a high gain input -- higher than AUX, or other low gain inputs. You might try the the phono input. Depending on the mic, professional high impedance mics will work with phono input

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