Question about Microphones
I have just bought a Sennheiser MKH 110. i want to use it is a field recording microphone but I don't know how to power it. People have successfully done this with a PP3 9v battery, the mic runs off 8v. I'm a complete novice with electronics but if I knew what components to get and had a shematic, I think I could build a power supply for it.
If you havent any experience with build electronic circuits, or soldering and the like, I suggest getting on of these. It runs of 2 9volt batts, or mains supply. Is the easiest way to go, and in reality, by the time you bought a decent case, sockets, and bits and peices to build one, you could get this one for $50. Too easy. I CAN build the stuff, but I would go this way. Plus it allows you to use 2 condensors if you want. And it does have the T-power 12 volt supply that the mic requires for operation. Is you need more info, please just ask. cheers
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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