Le 01-04-2013 00:59, Len Ovens a écrit :
> Is this the way the whole house is wired? (or garage or whatever)
Fortunately, no. It is only an extra wall the previous owner has made
in the basement.
> It would seem that your whole setup is
The setup is now connected via a 3-prong extension to an outlet that is
grounded. No More Ground Noise. This is so nice.
> You are getting sound from your mic... therefore it must be a dynamic
I've gotten the specs from:
This is the mic I have. It says Pulsar on it. Not Pulsar 2. Bought
it in 2006 or so. Looks same as in the specs. Same accessories, same
The specs specifies a 48V phantom power. But from your comment and
Fons', it seems that the phantom is actually the music recorded by it !
And this is not from a guitar amplifier. I record acoustic guitar and
bass. Can have a magnet effect of some sort in there.
> That would be the way, but if you are getting sound at all, your mic
So now this mystery remains. I was by the music shop today but they
were closed. With the phantom and all, I'm not sure I'd get a phantom
power supply on April Fools anyways.
But the Pulsar mic works. Just recorded again some other things
Is it possible to probe the microphone's pins and by the impedance or
something find out if it is made for having a phantom power supply ? I
have a meter that I can put to good use.
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