two micrphones Fireball and Green Bullet

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two micrphones Fireball and Green Bullet

Postby GerryP » Thu Apr 17, 2014 3:58 pm

I use two microphone, the Fireball which I use with the House PA system> I have a question do I require anything special to connect my audix fireball to the pedal then to the PA?
Also I have a Green Bullet for my Amp do I require anything extra to connect the pedal to the amp other than another cord?


Newbie to the pedal Harp Attack.

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Re: two micrphones Fireball and Green Bullet

Postby T-Bone Bruce » Fri Apr 18, 2014 1:47 pm

Hi Gerry,
To use your Fireball with the Harp Attack you'll need an impedance converter like this: ... B0002BF1KG
or a better quality one like the Shure A85F: ... B0006NMUHW
This will bring your mic up to high impedance, which suits the Harp Attack input better.
You can run the Harp Attack into either a high impedance input or Line In input on the PA, in which case a 1/4" guitar lead will do, or you can run into the PA's XLR input. For this you need a DI Box. A simple passive DI is fine, preferably one with -20dB and -40dB pads. Whenever I've run the harp Attack into a PA via the DI box, I use the -20dB pad- this stops it overloading the PA input causing unpleasant distortion.
To run the Harp Attack into an amp you just need a standard cord.
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Re: two micrphones Fireball and Green Bullet

Postby arnenym » Thu May 01, 2014 5:25 am

Hi Gerry.
Bruce already answer your question.
I just want to chime in and wish you welcome to this forum. You're member no 400 !
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