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This is a common myth/misunderstanding… There is absolutely no issue whatsoever plugging a modern mic of any type [probably anything newer than 1970] into a circuit with phantom power, so long as the mic & XLR > XLR cables are correctly wired. Any mic which doesn't need phantom will essentially just 'ignore it'. Some high quality references covering ...


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The sweet spot or pickup pattern of the mic doesn’t change, but different vocalists have different projection patterns, so you might want to line the sweet spot of the mic up with a different part of the singers body. Lower placement makes the mic more chesty, higher sounds more nasal. Distance also makes a difference. Farther away has less bass and less ...


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There is no reason for that not to work, the best is always to try ;). This microphone is fitted with 3.5mm Jack which you can normally fit straight in the microphone input of your computer. If your computer is fitted with a combined jack (4-rings, manage loudspeakers and a microphone through one jack) then you will need an adaptator. This mic seems to be ...


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I have to pres the +48V power button on for the condenser mics, and the manual says never to give phantom power to a dynamic mic As elaborated by Tesujin, there is no reason for this concern. The only problem with phantom on a dynamic mic is that a live-disconnect (or cable fault) will create a very loud pop sound – but that's pretty much the case for ...


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