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    CONNECTING XLR through BOOTH!

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    ight, im in the process of building a studio connected to my garage, and im about to frame th ebooth. Question. How do i get the mic into the booth, i was thinking a pass through xlr box, so i can plug the xlr into the outside of the booth and then just plug the mic into an xlr on the inside of the booth.

    anyone know how this is done?

    PLEASE help asap.

    .pz.
    i LiKe RaP

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    anyone?
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    You can go under the floor, or above the ceiling.
    You can also do a sorta cable box, like a power outlet box and connect your cables there. Check out www.markertek.com for those and other product based solutions.

    There are also some recent articles on building studios in Electronic Musician and EQ magazines.

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