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  • Re: Simplest P48 Noise Suppressor.

    Why would you switch phantom porwer on/off during a recording? It doesn't make sense! Change mics half way through ... doh!

    martin.surfrider 57 minutes ago
  • Re: Simplest P48 Noise Suppressor.

    Scott is correct. In my experience with live sound and in the Studio one always mutes the input when turing phantom power on. In the live world one always

    dj4mc 19 hours ago
  • Re: Simplest P48 Noise Suppressor.

    Hello Julian, I'm not aware of any circuit, in any microphone, that can avoid the noise from phantom power being switched on or off. In the professional world

    scott_helmke 22 hours ago
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