Question about M-Audio Nova Professional Microphone
Problem with M-Audio-Nova microphone Please, please, Who can help, I am electronic technician, but I have NO experience with condeser microphones, I took It apapart and I see Small Transformer which is suplied , lor its return signal, and another three wire are phantom power, maybe somebody can tell me most problems ocured with this koind of mics M-Audio Nova or find schematic it will help Thank you Mikulas firstname.lastname@example.org
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You should be able to plug your headphones into your computer and get sound that way, assuming your USB mic is plugged in. If the mic is a USB - direct mic (that is, if it is a microphone with a USB cable directly attached), you will only be able to use it with your PC or laptop. If the device is a mic pre-amp (with an XLR or 1/4" connector that your mic PLUGS INTO), then you should be able to use your microphone with any device that will accept that connection type.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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I would guess that the mic is a condensor type. These mics are much more sensitive to transients, and they tend to pick up a lot of ambient sound around them. In contrast, dynamic mics, such as the Shure SM 58 have become the standard live mic because their pickup pattern and response tend to be concentrated close to the singer, thus rejecting the ambient noise that condensors pick up. The live sound environment is very different acoustically than the controlled studio environment, and therefore, mics are chosen to accommodate the different acoustics.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Perhaps it is phantom powered check the specs it may need 48V DC power, most mixers have this built if not then you can ask a store for a suitable power supply.
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Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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Without knowing your setup or the mic model, my guess is that you need to run a phantom power supply to the mic to get it to function. This is done either by using an outboard analog mixing console or mic preamp with a phantom power switch, or using an inline phantom power supply. The microphone plugs into the mixer or mic pre with the phantom turned on, and then into your DAW system.
The phantom power works with condensor microphones like the one you have. It sends a 48v signal to the microphone element, which in turn energizes the element and makes it function. Dynamic mics, like a Shure SM 58 for example, do not need the phantom power and will even ignore it if run on a phantom powered channel. condensor mics however must have it to function, otherwise there will not be any sound. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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