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C1 not working


Sounds like your Phantom power supply may be defective. To be safe, 1st try moving AC plug for Phantom supply to another outlet as sometimes "sharing grounds" can be a problem. If this doesn't help, try using another phantom power source ...many PA mixers have built-in phantom power. If the buzz disappears with a new one, it will be a filtering issue (capacitors) with the old phantom supply.

Apr 19, 2014 | Behringer C-1 Microphone

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C1000s hum/buzz on phantom power


possibly the microphone needs more power than your sound card can supply although I cannot imagine as the duet is a good piece of equipment.
Is the duet USB bus powered?
Have you tried another cable? Possibly one wire is defective which means that phantom power will superpose the audio signal. In this case you might hear a hum. By the way this results in 6dB of signal loss. This is why XLR plugs have 3 wires. If connected with a 1/4" jack it has to be a stereo plug (tip, ring, sleeve)

Mar 26, 2014 | AKG Audio Players & Recorders

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Pilot light goes out but it relights easily there is also a buzzing sound comming from control box pilot goes out at differnt times sometimes 2days to 2months


I would suspect the buzzing noise you are hearing is the transformer and is nothing to worry about. As far as the intermittent pilot I would watch and see if you can find any pattern to when it goes out. I would watch wind speeds and directions and see if there is any common links. If you can see any, then you might try raising the height of the flue pipe that vents your heater and see if that helps. Hope this helps you. Thanks

Nov 30, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Buzz


Try another xlr cable.

If you are using it for vocals/singing, the moistness from your breathe can get on the capsule and cause noise.

It is a microphone that needs phantom power to operate, so check your phantom power supply, whether it's from the mixer/console, or external source.

May 20, 2010 | Audix F15 Professional Microphone

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Buzzing noise


Put off it's power supply then switch it on after somtimes

May 12, 2010 | Kenmore 76579 Bottom Freezer French Door...

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A buzzing sound


The cables always a usual suspect, but if you are using a tube mic, wich have their own power supply, you don't use phantom power and it can damage the mics power supply, so take phantom power off that mic and if that doesn't cure the buzz then I would change the cable next.

Jul 18, 2008 | Electro-Harmonix EH-TM Microphone

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Connecting phantom microphones without result


if you have a volt meter check the supply is working correctly
48v dc phantom power should be found between these pins on any xlr mic cable.

pin 1 and pin 2
also between pin1 and pin 3

make sure you have amps turned down before checking/switching 48v phantom power

as if all is up and running it can cause big noise in the speakers.

let me know how it goes

Apr 29, 2008 | Sanken 48V Phantom Power Supply P11SPT...

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