Question about Zoom H4 Handy Recorder
I have a Pesvey 480 mic that requires phanom power between 9 and 52
volts. I bought a xlr to mono 1/4 " cable...changed to external input,
tried both 24 and 48 phanom power and could only hear a hum on the
headphone. Is the 1/4 mono jack OK or does it require a stere 1/4" Is
the power applied to the audio input?
In order for phantom power to work, you need a balanced cable. That needs 3 conductors. With the mono cable you do not have the phantom power available.
Posted on May 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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