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Phantom power dp01fxcd

Phantom power does not come on.headphone only works on left side.

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  • jessec Mar 25, 2008

    no i just got it from ebay.

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Sounds like your amp is having some issues...anything happen to it recently, like running over the top for an extended period?

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 25, 2008

    ahah..ok..so this microphone is only working on one channel, and the phantom power is nil..sounds like the internal board went haywire. What's your technical abilities like?

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