Le 31-03-2013 11:02, Len Ovens a écrit :
> Where does the mic get its power from? The M-Audio pulsar is a
> From what you have said above and from looking up the HW you are
That must be the problem then. The higher the volume, the higher the
>> The electric plug has only two prongs. I though of getting some
> What electric plug?
The one to which the computer stuff is connected. The house plug.
Which is not a plug, but a box. That one does not have a ground wire as
others do. The two-AC plastic socket unit has no ground wire.
> However, assuming you have just described your setup incorrectly...
Thanks for the information ! Indeed the problem now is that the Pulsar
has no power. I shoudl start there. I've been using it for a long time
like that ! ;-)) (or should it be: :-(() Was having fun though making
music, but the noise was annoying.
Obviously I know nothing about those phantom power units. Which one
would you recommend ? Will it simply be in the XLR path: mic -> power
-> 1010LT ?
Also, now the passive DI box can be put to some other use. Would it
accept the 1/4" output of a small VOX guitar amplifier ? What would be
the difference in sound characteristics between using a DI box to the
1010LT 2nd XLR input vs. not using one and connecting the same VOX
output to a regular 10101LT input ?
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