Microphone

Hello guys,
I used for a while my old mic Shure C606 (a very modest dynamic mic ), I noticed a very low volume, so I was considering to buy this item: Audix T-50 K .
Shall be good insert in the Mono LR input?
thx to all
cheers

Do you try the "AUX IN " input( and actived it into the settings)

yes sure, but I’m thinking to use the AUX IN for a keyboard or synth, my idea of configuration should be:
Mono L IN: guitar
Mono R IN: mic
AUX IN: synth
btw any suggest is welcome

I think you would need a mic preamp box to lift up the signal to guitar level.

JHS Color Box v2 is 9v DC.

I found this on Amazon UK:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Maker-Hart-Just-Mic-Power/dp/B078876XVP/?encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_w=WWj2v&content-id=amzn1.sym.a71261a5-450a-406b-a560-7052648aeb75&pf_rd_p=a71261a5-450a-406b-a560-7052648aeb75&pf_rd_r=5J2MT4D8HK5NVKHHNEHN&pd_rd_wg=dUVgM&pd_rd_r=2d14b9f6-a966-4ad9-a945-003d06c3be62&ref=pd_gw_ci_mcx_mr_hp_d&th=1
Maker Hart Just Mic Power
cheap item, but looks good, I know Art and many other, just I need a more compact to stack on my soft pedalboard and not too expensive

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The mic preamp Singular has recommended in the past for the Aeros is a Rolls MP-13 Mini-Mic Preamp. The specs say it will operate on 9-15vdc. The phantom is 24vdc (not a full 48vdc), but should be usable on many budget condenser mics if you go in that direction someday.
https://www.amazon.com/rolls-MP13-Mini-Single-Preamp/dp/B0002BG2QI

The device you linked doesn’t have good ratings and it’s questionable about what sort of gain if any it might give a low output dynamic microphone.

I really appreciate yr answer, I had a look on UK shops (where I live), It seems interesting and practical, but a bit oversized for my padded board and a bit expensive compare some similars, btw I will consider it, as u said suggested by Singular Sound.
Thx