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I just bought the Antares Avp-1 Vocal Producer. I can't figure out how to connect it to my PA System. I have the Phonic Powerpod 620 Plus Pa System.

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Please connect output from vocal producer -to ch1 to ch6 hi-z input in your phonic.

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