[Nature Recordists] Re: Phantom Power. Question from The Ghost Who= Walk
[Nature Recordists] Re: Phantom Power. Question from The Ghost Who= Walks :-)
I was hinting at using what seems to me to be a "renewable energy source".=
> My Fluke multimeter tells me I have 47.5V DC coming from the telephone wa=
ll socket. Apart from inverting that and sending it back to the grid at a p=
rofit, any ideas?
I'm also interested to find out if the performance of the mike is greatly i=
mproved by having Phantom Power, or if the gain is not worth the bother. I =
have sufficient wire to take me all over my yard and if I can obtain 47.5VD=
C from the telephone socket I would only need to trail a telephone extensio=
n line to where my LS-10 and AT815b were set up.
One of the things I don't understand is how the range of voltage for Phanto=
m Power can vary between 9-52V DC and whether the voltage difference makes =
an "audio" difference.
At the moment Merops ornatus is here in numbers. In the hours before dark t=
hey trill and swoop for a drink from my swimming pool, right in my field of=
vision above my computer screen. There is a black faced cuckoo shrike whic=
h appears in the morning and takes a look at me as I type, and a family of =
Happy Families has just passed through raucously. And, of course, there are=
Thanks for your suggestion. I don't think I need to complicate things too m=
uch. My aim is probably limited to sending a Christmas CD of the Sounds of =
Alice to family members. But if I get some really good "footage", I'll send=
it to the group.
|<Prev in Thread]
||[Next in Thread>|
- [Nature Recordists] Re: Phantom Power. Question from The Ghost Who= Walks :-),
greg . winterflood <=
The University of NSW School of Computer and Engineering
takes no responsibility for the contents of this archive. It is purely
a compilation of material sent by many people to the naturerecordists mailing list. It has not been checked for accuracy nor its content verified in any way.
If you wish to get material removed from the archive or
have other queries about the archive e-mail
Andrew Taylor at this address: