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Sound Problem We have a problem trying to get the sound out of the speaker and it's hooked up. What should we do?

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What are you running this mic into ?, an interface mic pre ?, a soundcard ? A console/ mixer ?
Since this is a tube mic it should have its own power source and I am assuming you plug that in when using it ? Don't use phantom power on this mic, even though it's a condenser mic, since it's a tube mic wich have their own power supply you don't need phantom power on them and in fact it may damage its power supply.

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