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WIRE A SONY ECM 77 TO AN XLR FOR EXTERNAL PHANTOM POWERING.

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Wire it to a audio mixer on the mic input
these devices have phantom powered input.

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The battery is housed in the xlr adaptor DC-78. You may need to unscrew the barrell about the outside of it to replace the batt.


Or alternatively use phantom power to run up the mic(this is easiest

. Be sure to connect it to a channel that is phantom power optioned

Here is the spec sheets for it with details of the adaptor you need and battery type required.

http://bssc.sel.sony.com/BroadcastandBusiness/docs/brochures/ecm44b%20brochure.pdf

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