#1
I usually buy stuff without thinking of how anything actually works so i was wondering if a condenser microphone that required phantom power would work with a powered mixer? idk if im specific enough so just let me know
#3
Condenser mics are the sex.
Quote by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.

use AVG as your anti-virus
#4
if the mixer has phantom power then yes. There's usually a little button or switch that says Phantom Power. Most mixer's have it though, so I'm pretty sure it would work fine.
Ibanez SR-500
Schecter C1 Blackjack
Ibanez GSR200
Classical acoustic

G&K Backline 600 + Goldline 210GLX cab
Vox AD30VT
Crate G40C XL
Crate BT15
EH Metal Muff
Digitech Grunge
Danelectro Fab Overdrive
M-Audio Ozonic
Tascam M-308
#5
My mixer doesn't have a phantom power button, so should i but a condenser thats powered with a AAA battery
#6
if your mixer doesn't do phantom power, than yes.
Quote by corduroyEW
Cheap amps are "that bad". They suck up your tone like cocaine at Kate Moss' party.


I am Michael!