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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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When you say working in some places but not others, do you mean it works on some channels but not others?
I'm sure you are aware that condensers will not work without phantom power. I'd suggest trying your mic through a different system (if there are non available try your local music venue, if you ask the engineer nicely I'm sure he'll let you test it on their rig). Also try a diffenent condenser on all channels of your mixer, and also try a dynamic mic as well just for thoroughness.
I can't really give you an answer to this unless you've tested with other equipment to identify which part of your rig is faulty.
To be honest I wouldn't be surprised if it was your mixer, I've always found behringer gear to be pretty crap quality.
Also it might be a stupid question but have you tried using a different cable?
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
This is a well known problem with the EW100 series that is easily solved.
You will need to run this reciever into a line input via a mono(TS) jack to jack lead. this will bypass the phantom power.
Make sure that you set the AV OUT to +18 in the reciever menu to get optimum level.
Phantom power is only present in the microphone inputs XLR3.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Phantom power comes in different voltages. Make sure your power supply is delivering enough. Also make sure that your mike cable is wired properly. 1 is ground or shield. 2 is hot or Ve+ and 3 is cold or ve- If 1 and 3 are bridged for unbalanced use or if you have a short it won't work and will probably damage the mike or the power supply. I think the power supply needs to be 48 volts and you have to use the stereo XLR cord that is recommended for it. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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