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Should plug in just fine. But depending on your set up make sure the length is what you want. For streaming and recording gameplay or general use with discord, ts an so on its fine at 6ft legth. Just depends on your set up.
Robert B.
· November 28, 2018
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This is a standard XLR cable. It will connect your mic to your input device. The mic requires "phantom voltage" to be supplied from the input device to the mic. Most Behringer devices will provide this, but double-check to be sure. Bon chance.
R. Kreis
· November 25, 2017
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0002BG31C/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1524592792&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=Pro+Co+WP1013+Dual+XLR+Female+Wall+Plate&dpPl=1&dpID=3132lqwMorL&ref=plSrch
chris k.
· April 24, 2018
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I never used GLS but I know I'm very happy with these I haven't had any breakup or interference issues with home recording and they are very durable and insulated well, so far so good for recording guitar keyboard bass microphone vocals and drums so you should be ok with your purchase the quality and price is great.
Ambros
· December 26, 2019
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Are you angry? Why the three sequential question marks?
C
· July 28, 2019
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theyre amazon branded right on them. contact seller/amazon
ninj43pic
· February 23, 2020
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Its damaged in the picture, they don't come like that
Ryder
· July 29, 2020
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I really don’t know, I used to split one mic outlet to two mics and worked very good,
Crescencio G.
· May 15, 2020
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Not sure which subwoofer you have, but having looked at the speakers they don't have any output besides the output for the other speaker. You'll either need a subwoofer that has audio outputs for speakers or you'll need to get a power amplifier which has speaker and subwoofer outputs on it.
Nicholas G
· November 16, 2019
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Yes received the very next day
John Gorski
· June 26, 2019