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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!
) Thank you very much, that’s very kind!
Thank you! Thank you for the answer, I was in doubt…
But on the other hand I was shure that my P2 could handle it.
It is the best Audio-Gear I ever bought.
Why did you doubt the 1000 ohms?
Can I measure it? Sorry but I am not a pro!
I am a musician and not understanding all the numbers of ohms and dB and so on.
In the manual of my TFPro P2 I can read the following: MICROPHONE INPUT
· XLR Input 800 ohm approx. current mode to suit 200 ohm microphones.
Now I bought two AKG C3000B, which have 1000 Ohm.
What does this practically mean for me an the use with the P2?
Ted thank YOU very much for this bounteous offer.
I will send it when I expect I can renounce this wonderful Unit
of Music- and Tone-manipulation.
Either I wait until the second VU-Unit fails?
Thank you again,
your units are wonderful exactly working Music-Tools!