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GOXLR w/ Pyle Pro Dynamic mic

Can a Pyle Pro Dynamic mic be used with the GOXLR after adapting the 1/4" plug to 3.5mm?

Here is the mic specs: 

Technical Specs:
- Mic Element/Type: Dynamic
- Pickup/Polar Pattern: Uni-Directional
- Mic Body Material: Zinc Alloy Metal
- Frequency Response: 50Hz-15KHz
- 600 Ohm Output Impedance (+/-)30%
- Microphone Sensitivity: -54dB (+/-)3db(0dB=1V/Pa @ 1KHz)

williamv1999 Contributor - Level 1 3 weeks ago

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GOXLR w/ Pyle Pro Dynamic mic

Can a Pyle Pro Dynamic mic be used with the GOXLR after adapting the 1/4" plug to 3.5mm?

Here is the mic specs: 

Technical Specs:
- Mic Element/Type: Dynamic
- Pickup/Polar Pattern: Uni-Directional
- Mic Body Material: Zinc Alloy Metal
- Frequency Response: 50Hz-15KHz
- 600 Ohm Output Impedance (+/-)30%
- Microphone Sensitivity: -54dB (+/-)3db(0dB=1V/Pa @ 1KHz)

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Re: GOXLR w/ Pyle Pro Dynamic mic

Hey there! While I can't speak to the quality of the mic specifically, I discussed it with the team and we think a 1/4" to XLR adapter would be better than 1/4" to 1/8" adapter. However, both should work.

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Re: GOXLR w/ Pyle Pro Dynamic mic

Yes, I am wanting to use 2 Seperate mics, a XLR and a dyna,ic, and with only single XLR input I need to use a sperate input jack, and it only has the 3.5mm mic input availible. I just did not know quality loss or if it would power the mic correctly over this mic jack.

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Re: GOXLR w/ Pyle Pro Dynamic mic

To be clear, you cannot use both the XLR and 3.5mm microphone inputs simultaneously. The DSP only has room for 1 signal path.

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