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    AvatarDworf
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      Hi!
      I bought a VC3Q. Without a manual.
      I use Line In for my Bassguitar or a DI-Box and XLR-IN. But what is Mix In, Out 1 & 2?
      Is it possible to get a PDF?
      When there is a P3 I will buy it too. I own a P2 which is wonderful.
      Thank you!

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      #16097
      Ted FletcherTed Fletcher
      Keymaster

        I have sent you a PDF of the original VC3 model…. the VC3Q has the same main functions except it has EQ rather than the enhancer of the earlier model. :)

        #16098
        AvatarDworf
        Participant

          Thank you very much, that’s very kind! :)

          Kind regards!

          #16099
          AvatarDworf
          Participant

            But one little question remains: as you can see in the lower left corner

            of the photo my VC3Q got no Microphone-Switch as the P3. :?

            What is the difference?

            Can I use Microphone-In and Line-In at the same time?

            I don’t need it, but what is the switch for? As my VC3Q sounds with a

            german Sandberg Bullet Special 6 like a Fender Jazzbass or even like

            a Fender Stratocaster. I love this wonderful sound.

            If I can reach one I will try a VC3 too.

            Thank you for your Equipment, it’s splendid.

            (And I cannot believe that I am writing with the man who did it! 8-) )

            #16100
            Ted FletcherTed Fletcher
            Keymaster

              The earlier models (VC3, VC3Q) did not have a mic/line switch, when you plug a ‘line’ into the line in socket, it disconnects the mic in….. so you cannot use mic and line at the same time; but you can use mic and ‘mix in’ at the same time.

              The P3 has a separate mic/line switch to improve reliability. :)

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