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Re: Phantom Power. Question from The Ghost Who Walks :-)

Subject: Re: Phantom Power. Question from The Ghost Who Walks :-)
From: "greg.winterflood" greg.winter=
Date: Mon Jan 4, 2010 3:38 pm ((PST))

Thanks to all who replied to my query regarding Phantom Power. I'm certainl=
y not going to use the DC supply from my telephone wall socket to power my =
AT815b, and I am going to stop sticking my tongue on the incoming line to s=
ee if it is live. Greg O'Drobinak has done a lot by letting me know I could=
 get stung by 120VAC if the phone rings!

I've got a range of 12V rechargeable Gel Cells so I might try the idea of a=
 portable power supply as suggested by Richard Hess. I'll have to "pen out"=
 his "pin out" to see what that project looks like.

However, now that I know more about it, and given that my aim is simply to =
make up a CD of local bird calls to send to my family for Christmas present=
s next year [how many years have I been saying that?] I'll probably stick w=
ith the 1.5V battery in the base of the AT815b, now that I've discovered it=



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