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Old 10-22-2017, 08:37 PM
davestephans davestephans is offline
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Default Connecting Kemper to MBox Pro

I just recently purchased a Kemper profiling amp. I currently have my Great River preamp connected to my Mbox Pro and Rosetta 200 via spiff

Since I record at 48, I cannot connect the Kemper via Spdif.

So I was going to keep everything hooked up that I currently have, because I use the great river pre for vocals.

I was going to connect the Kemper via the line input on the back of the Mbox Pro. I believe those line inputs are not connected to any Mbox preamp.

Do I need a special cable to go from the Kemper output to the line input of the Mbox Pro? Or can I just use a guitar cable?

My goal is to use both the kemper and my preamp configuration whenever I need to, without unplugging anything to go from recording the Kemper to recording a vocal.

Any help would be appreciated.
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