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New apex 415 doesn't work

Fresh out of the box and its dead - does it take batteries or something? i checked the mic cord and ran it through my guitar amp to see if it was working and nothing. what am I forgetting?

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It's a condenser microphone you need a 48 volts output ( phantom out ) from your mic amp to work

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