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Yes and No.

The inputs are 1/4” and there is to power available so you need to supply phantom power to the condenser mike via an adaptor or a mixer.

There is also a mike gain control adjacent to the input sockets.

to learn more on the Pa you can freely download from Korg the very extensive manual.
 
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Yes and No.

The inputs are 1/4” and there is to power available so you need to supply phantom power to the condenser mike via an adaptor or a mixer.

There is also a mike gain control adjacent to the input sockets.

to learn more on the Pa you can freely download from Korg the very extensive manual.
so the answer is no...
 
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No Dave the answer really can be No but also a Yes if you connect the Condenser Mike so it has phantom power.

Not tried it myself but as usual the product Manual is a great source of information if only an Op would look at it first.
 
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col, you potentially do that with any keyboard that has an 1/8" or 1/4" input, simply provide it an additional power source for the phantom power. i believe he wants to know if the keyboard will power a condensor mic without using additional gadgets.
 
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I said so in my first post but to reitterate.

The Pa does not supply phantom power, nor does it have XLR input socket (s).

Only a dynamic mike that does nit require a phantom power supply will function in a Pa via connecting to the left 1/4” jack socket.

Page 508 of the manual v1.5 describes in detail

This is how I connected my Shure mike up to my Pa.
 
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I said so in my first post but to reitterate.

The Pa does not supply phantom power, nor does it have XLR input socket (s).

Only a dynamic mike that does nit require a phantom power supply will function in a Pa via connecting to the left 1/4” jack socket.

Page 508 of the manual v1.5 describes in detail

This is how I connected my Shure mike up to my Pa.
Thank you Guys for your answers. I got it. I guess I am going to purchase a good Dynamic Mic. Any suggestion? Im looking into Shure SM7B
 
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