0,8 - 0,9 volt would do fine for most common mics.
At 18:46 2004-08-23, you wrote:
>I wonder what DC current is supposed to be available
>for the mic to use? I guess the Sony mics expect 2.5V
>but do they have a current rating?
>--- Klas Strandberg <> wrote:
> > To my surprise, the three models I have of Sharp
> > MD's from last year, give only 0,4 - 0,45 v plug
> > in power voltage. It's 1,2 - 1,4 without load, but
> > drops as soon as you connect the mic to it.
> > Such a low voltage is not enough.
> > I have contacted Sharp support, but I don't hope
> > for any good explanation.
> > So: Dont buy any of the "last years" Sharp MD's.
> > The models I have tested are: (European) MT190H,
> > MT290H and DR580H.
> > It's a pity, cause the function and the logic of
> > these MD's is (are??) really good.
> > Klas.
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