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This mic is a condenser type microphone. It needs phantom power (48v) to operate. Might want to buy a USB mic preamplifier box, like an M-Audio product, which will provide phantom power, xlr/1/4 inch inputs and USB output.
I emailed Dave Simpson after numerous posts about him repairing the adapter. I sent it to him and am hopefully going to recieve it by Friday. Dave emailed me within a couple of hours of my request and hopes to repair it. Anyone out there looking to fix there adapter please try Dave Simpson. So far he is the only one who can do it.
funny that no one's been able to help you, because I accidentally discovered that the power supply cord for my computer worked for my Protron PLTV-32C lcd... not sure if your model is different in someway, but you may want to try the cord from your own PC first, and if it works.
Not sure if this is a solution for you. I had a problem with the DC power input jack on the player going bad. The batteries would no longer charge. I bought an extra battery and a USB charger from ebay. Now I'm good for two battery cycles and it works again. Although it will never charge it's own batteries or work off of AC power it does still work.