Does this have a "Line in" also what does SE mean?

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sjhsnz
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Jul 1, 2020
SE means single-ended, or unbalanced... standard 3.5mm or 1/4" headphone plugs with a tip ring sleeve configuration are single ended - as opposed to a balanced signal which might use XLR plugs or a standard looking plug but with tip ring ring sleeve configuration. The "SE Input" on the back of the amp is a single-ended line level input with RCA connectors, so you could connect a CD player to it with a standard RCA cable or you could plug an mp3 player in with a 3.5mm plug to RCA cable.
nyfox12
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Jul 2, 2020
I own a Keyboard that has XLR in and outputs as well as 1/4 in and outputs. Would that be compatible to plug in the Keyboard to the Amp so I can hear my computers audio and my keyboards? I typically like to have Spotify open and play songs while I play on my Keyboard, My current setup allows for it, its a DT 990 Pro and a Sound Blaster X6 Gaming dac amp.