Why would you switch phantom porwer on/off during a recording? It doesn't make sense! Change mics half way through ... doh!martin.surfrider
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 alwaysdj4mc
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 worldscott_helmke
Recording enthusiasts who like to get the most out of their equipment ...
Musicians, nature recordists, sound archivists, teachers, engineers, hobbyists, budget impaired ...
Experimenters discuss fresh & tried techniques ...
Microphone parts hunters & gatherers who like to brew their own ...
Anything for the mic do-it-yourselfer: Capsules, tubes, wiring, battery boxes, preamps, sources, new equipment ...
Ideas, advice, inventions, images, we are here to learn and share in this moderately moderated forum.
- Audio and Visual Equipment
- Nov 25, 2003
- This is a restricted group.
- Attachments are not permitted.
- Members cannot hide email address.
- Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
- Membership requires approval.
- Messages are not moderated.
- All members can post messages.