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There are phantom power adapters available. Some run on batteriet. One example from the lot is "Art Phantom II Pro". I might recommend searching on a studio supplier web site, one example might be thomann.de Search for "Phantom Power Supply". Another example might be this "Saramonic SmartRig+". Or "iRig PRE".


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You could use a DI box. They typically use a 9v battery to provide phantom power. You connect the XLR from mic to the female XLR port on the DI and then you can use the link 1/4" jack socket with a step-down (6.35 - 3.5mm) adapter to your Zoom recorder.


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