Question about Samson CO2 Professional Microphone
Have tried connecting and getting no response, instructions not very helpful. Have connected. existing mic and works ok. Does not seem to be any on/off switch
The CO2 is a condenser mic (also called capacitor mic), and as such, requires phantom power to operate. Ensure that your system is providing phantom power to the microphone, usually accomplished by flipping a switch near your mic input on your sound board.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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