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Can i-Mic output 2 separate audio sources on a G4 Powerbook?

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I'm a struggling bedroom DJ trying to get the most out of my trusty G4, and am trying to find a cheap yet effective way of having one output going to my speakers and a separate output to my head-phones. Can anyone please tell me if the i-Mic will allow me to do this?
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