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Well, I thought that the antenna was the transmitter itself! Silly me....Well, I was thinking, isn't there a less destructive way around, by which I can use it both as a mic as well as the guitar wireless transmitter?
Thanks for your valueable suggestions! That external idea seems great to me.I was thinking a little differently. I thought I'd place the input jack a bit lower down the body. Then I'd use another 1/4' jack to connect it to the wires that come out of the actual microphone. This way I'd be able to plug in both the mic or the guitar, whichever I wanted. However, I'd need another mesh to be able to use the device as a microphone.
I connected my amp to the line-in via an aux cable (my amp has an aux jack), but it didn't sound much good, also had a lit of noise.Then I used my effects processor, a Zoom G1XN, connected it to line in using "one of these things" and the aux cable, and it worked like a dream!!It only had a little bit of noise, which can easily be removed in Audacity itself. However, the noise is completely eliminated if I plug my laptop and my processor to different switchboards ;)
Hello Matt!First of all, an amazing hack! I have a question.http://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/d/B017EO4ITI/ref=pd_aw_sim_sbs_267_of_38?ie=UTF8&dpID=41QCRosrmEL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_SL500_SR100%2C100_&refRID=1H4SKHH53NKBFRGKP9RYCan I use the above mic's transmitter, if I use a 1/4' male to XLR male jack?Regards.
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