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From: "pga7602" <>
Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 02:54:39 -0000
It sounds like this would be the type of setup I want.  Does anyone
have a photo of this type of setup?  I want to know:
1. How does 2 mics go into a rolls pb224 and have it routed to 1
output for my HIMD?

2. How does the XLR plugs get converted to a 1/8 plug from the Rolls
back into the recorder?

Again, I am really interested in know how to set this up.  If anyone
has any examples or pics, please post.=20

Thank you all in advance.

--- In  Rob Danielson <> wrote:
> And like most condenser mics of the type Rich describes, the Rode
> NT1-A's require 48 volt phantom powering--which your RH-10 is not
> self-equipped to provide.  There are two popular, low cost, low noise
> portable supply units that recordists are using with their HiMD, MD,
> DAT recorders to support use of condenser or mics:
> Rolls PB224
> (Primarily available in the US; battery
> replacement is easier; supplies 48 volts only.)
> Art Phantom II Dual
> (Slightly smaller in size; supplies 12 and
48 volts)
> Rob D.
>   =3D =3D =3D =3D
> At 4:29 PM +0000 2/1/06, Rich Peet responded:
> >
> >1. Most mics were designed for applications close to a sound source
> >that is loud.  For many types of nature recording we look for and find
> >mics that have a very low self noise so that we can crank up the
> >sensitivity without hearing a ton of hiss and the like. This mic is
> >very quiet and it is not as expensive as other mics at these noise
> <snip>
> >>
> >>pga7602 wrote:
> <snip>
> >>  I have a MZ-RH10 with a Sony ECM-DS70P on it's way to my house
> >>  from
> --
> Rob Danielson
> Film Department
> University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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