I bought a pre amp Avalon AD2022 its connected to a digi002 and a charteroak 538 mocrophone,,I use a mic line on the digi,and qualified cables that are balanced
The poroblem I experience is that the VU meter is hitting so hard againt the right side during singing where in the put is low,, the signal that I receive in the digi002 is very low,,when I put my digi switc from +4 to -10 the avalon reacts normally on the UV meter and can easely be ajusted to a nice 0 ,,only the sound I receive in the digi is overlaoding and I receive also alot of sssss sounds I connat even get out of the recording with ade esser thats bad. What could be wrong??? I not trust the store so much that they really sold me a new one
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Unless there is a mic input on the system you can't just connect a mic. You need a pre amp and an amp for the mic.
You could get a mic amp then get a mixer to combine whatever you're playing and the mic.
Here's a hints on how to repair or fix Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Digi Mic Knopfler problem issues.
A guide picture below which I included an schematic diagram shows each
every components and line paths for quick test and check up procedures.
Digi Mic Knopfler Pin configuration:
1. L/R - microphone's left and right audio signals groundings
2. CLK - Audio Clock data
3. Data - Digital Microphone data
4. VDD - Power supply voltage
Locate and trace each and every components, line paths and corresponding
connection as shown on a picture. The red highlighted components and
line paths is for the power supply voltage which came from Power
management IC (AVILMAS) Vsim2- approximately 2-3 volts.
Test and check this components and track the supply voltage from C220 to C2170 then through the digi mic knopfler pin 4.
The pink highlighted components and line paths is for Audio Clock data
signal, which is came from the Audio Codec IC (Avilmas) then flow across
R2201 and R2170 (valued 100ohms each) then to the Digi mic knopfler
pin number 2. Check also the C2173 valued 22p Clock filter capacitor
for possible damaged.
I included step by step procedures on the images like as follows:
* Check each components and line paths.
* Replace if found open or shorted
* Jumper the line paths if found open or cut
* Check or replace the digi mic knopfler for a quickest step might as possible.
The microphone's digital data signals has also a line paths connected
to the front side of the Printed circuit board, check and trace also
this line paths which is connected to digi mic knopfler's pin 4
Your Rode NT1-A mic is a very good microphone, specially for vocal recordings, but as most of the proffesional microphones needs a power supply. To be more spesific when you use your NT1-A with an audio console or a mixer, the microphone preamplifier provide at the mocrophone 48Volts for it to work. In order to use NT1-A with the computer you can:
either you have to connect the mic with a mixer or a console and the audio output (line out) from the console to your computer's line in.
or you have to buy a "phantom power supply for microphones" in order to use this one between your pc and the NT1-A. In that case you will connect at the mic in of the computer.
Personally I suggest the first solution since the pc's mic pre-amplifier in not as good as a deticated mic preamplifier from a mixer or a console. I have to notice that if your 're about to buy a mixer for that use remember to ask for one with phantom power supply for the mic (or mics). In case of a clarificationdon't hesitate to post.
Hello sir/maam, most (almost all) mic are mono, and the microphone mixer circuit splits the signal to two channel left and right, and fed to two amplifiers, then to two speakers. IF by any chance only mono, we need to trace the path where the mic signal is fed, and where the signal dissappeared, check also your balance control.
If your mic mixer circuit is designed for one channel, contact your local tech to check out or make connection to both channel.