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TD-17 "mix in" and microphone

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  • TD-17 "mix in" and microphone

    I've recently bought a TD-17KV set and I'm trying to use it for "online jamming" with some friends.
    I'd like to know if the "mix in" jack can be used to connect a little microphone (such as those used in online meetings) just to have my friends hear my voice when I want to tell them something while jamming.

  • #2
    If you microphone has a built in preamp, and can output a line level...

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    • #3
      So the "classic" small (condenser?) microphones with 3.5mm jack are out of the question?
      Supposing you connect such a microphone to the "mix in" jack on the TD-17, can it harm the unit or does it just... don't work, with no actual damage?

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      • #4
        Aux in is for line-level.
        A mic will need an amp to bring it to line-level.
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        • #5
          What about using a cellphone (with its built-in microphone) connected to the TD-17 via Bluetooth or to the "mix in" jack?
          Do you think that could be possible (and safe) ?

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