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Gem Amplifier and cordless mics

Hi - we have a Gem Sound Venue Map165OU with which we have 2 cordless mics and 1 cord mic - Our question is can we use 3 cordless mics with this system?
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If the wireless mic has an XLR output that matched the corded mic input, the answer to your question is yes.

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