Neewer 2-Channel 48V Phantom Power Supply with Power Adapter for Condenser Microphones, Transfer Sound Signal to External Sound Card
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The unit provides the power you need for your condenser microphones to be plugged into your mixer or P. Yes, this is correct.
My question might not be understood exactly, but I bought this Neewer "power supply" to use in conjunction with my sound system to operate my "Condenser" microphones. It will work if the Heil Fin microphone is a "condenser" type. When powered by your P, this Neewer unit will supply it with the "48 volts" of power it needs. Your microphone will begin to glow, therefore turning on the lights. Ensure it is a condenser microphone by checking the model number. It is my hope that this will be helpful.
Both outputs from the microphones have to be connected to the amplifier, and each microphone output has to be connected
The specifications page online may have the answer. If not, I'll look there.
Selected User Reviews For Neewer 2-Channel 48V Phantom Power Supply with Power Adapter for Condenser Microphones, Transfer Sound Signal to External Sound Card
Similar models are available for a similar price that have an audio mixer installed. It is not the end of the world and it is still good quality.
It does what it's supposed to do and helps me out with my computer problems There is no doubt that it is an exceptionally reasonable price. Other gear has kept some of us from buying it because it is out of reach (it costs $200 or more per piece) We have everything we need for recording and editing There were no other options but to go with budget quality. In present-day acoustic measurement and reproduction, these new (or "neewer") mics and The price of these nicer items has gone down due to gear. There is no 'just for show' aspect to it. I can now mix and match my 2 microphones (for stereo) without having to use any other software So, I bought this '2 channel' version because I wanted to play my songs louder.
A 48 volt Phantom power supply with 2 channels is the best.
This is the Neewer 2 It is noticeable that the Channel 48V Phantom Power Supply with Power Adapter is constructed well with well-placed XLR connectors, a power switch, and a power-on I am not aware of any noise being introduced into the audio.
There are similar power supplies with the mixer built in, but the ones at this price point all have problems. The microphone supply I need works incredibly well and is the perfect fit for my microphones. I would prefer a switch or something for the two channels, but that's okay with me.
Despite buying a second power supply, I haven't tested it I was able to use it the first time with no problem, but the second time, that was when I encountered the problem. Still, sound is intermittently on and off. I have already swapped the mics. What should be done if I want to change my new power Do you have a blue mic that works well?.
This is a very easy app All you have to do is plug in, turn it on, and you're Almost as compact as stacked decks of cards, the Phantom unit stands no taller than 3 inches tall. It doesn't take up much space, so you can place it just about anywhere. Besides being affordable, this is a great product! If you're looking for a power source that will improve the sound of your microphones, check this out. It's a straightforward product worth owning. Despite its small size, this device has a lot of potential.
The application did not work for me I was trying to install yeti pro, however, it did not seem to work for me. Do not buy this if a person has a blue yeti pro, In spite of the statement that it works with all microphones, it does not.