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Dynamic mic connection to mic amp

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hantto

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Hello, I was just wondering how a dynamic mic would be conected to this circuit? **broken link removed**

Just a bit confused since a dynamic mic has only 2 outputs but the amp has +, - and gnd for input.

thx, Hantto
 

Nigel Goodwin

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hantto said:
Hello, I was just wondering how a dynamic mic would be conected to this circuit? **broken link removed**

Just a bit confused since a dynamic mic has only 2 outputs but the amp has +, - and gnd for input.

A balanced microphone (as almost all decent quality ones are) uses three connections - this reduces noise and interference drastically. If you connect an un-balanced microphone to it, you simply use one of the inputs and ground - connecting the other input to ground. If it connects via a stereo jack socket, plugging a mono jack in will do this automatically. If it's an XLR connector, an unbalanced microphone will be wired to it as well.
 
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