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Title: XLR output
Post by: broz1 on April 29, 2018, 02:16:36 PM
Hi, this is probably a dumb question to most of you... but under what circumstances/situation would I use the XLR output on my EA36?
Title: Re: XLR output
Post by: WEBgUy on May 02, 2018, 10:59:33 AM
The XLR is best suited when you have a performance situation that has a great house PA system.  The lo impedance matches that of a good mixing console so the signal to the board is comparable to all the mics that are also in the console....all round easier for the sound guy to work with.  Great also when your house guy forgot to bring DI boxes!


Lot of acoustic amps are two channel, one channel usually has an xlr....you can use the xlr channel of the amp as an option as well!

Title: Re: XLR output
Post by: broz1 on May 02, 2018, 01:59:11 PM
Most informative answer, thanks!

Yes, my Fishman Loudbox Mini has both instrument and mic channel, the latter having an XLR input of course, so can I run the guitar through this too? Not sure why I would want though!