#1
I got this on my toneport UX2, but the only thing I know is that it ised for a condenser mic, but what will happen if I put it on with a normal mic on it?(shure pg57)
thanks
#2
It'll feedback or probably get bad hum in it.

Phantom power is used to send power to condensor mics. The most common thing I've seen em used for is Choir mics that hang from ceiling in churches.
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#3
^^Well, it should be alright actually.

Most mixers made for home recording only have one +48v switch to turn it on or off, affecting EVERY channel, so if you wanted dynamics and capacitors recording at the same time, it wouldn't be possible if feedback or hum were the case. That'd be pretty bad design.

Mind you, I've never tried it.
#5
It might make the mic slightly more sensitive
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#6
If each channel has a Phantom power button on it, and you press it on a regular mic or cordless mic, it'll hum really bad (because your sending the power through the signal when your not supposed to).

I've done it a million times hitting it by accident when I'm mixing for church.
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1996 Les Paul Classic w/ Alnico II's
Marshall Jubilee 2550
Avatar 2x12..V30 and G12H
Vox V847 Wah
Assorted pedals
#8
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ok then if there's no danger I'll try it, thanks


No theres no danger. Your not gonna mess anything up or anything.
Quote by deg0ey
The best pickups for emo are no pickups at all...


Gear:

1996 Les Paul Classic w/ Alnico II's
Marshall Jubilee 2550
Avatar 2x12..V30 and G12H
Vox V847 Wah
Assorted pedals