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Im a neophyte with electronics. All I want to do is hook up a mike and play into my Bose. Do I put the mike jack into where it says phones? If so what then?   john

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    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    What model amp have you got John

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Happy to help, just need to hear from you mate. Cheers

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