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It would be very unusual for equipment to put phantom power out to TRS inputs. One reason is that connecting an unbalanced TS connector would shorten one line with phantom power but not the other, resulting in a high bias voltage for whatever equipment. Another is that TRS sockets are forming connections almost nilly-willy when plugging in which makes them ...


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Would a USB hub help? - Probably not but possibly. First step, ensure both ends of the XLR are fully seated on their connections. Ensure that the +48v is engaged and the LED light shows that it is on. Check that the microphone does not have a "pad" button that is engaged. While talking into the mic adjust the "Mic Gain" until the LED just above it is a ...


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Depends on the radio RX. Lectrosonics, Micron and Zaxcom can output at mic or line level, Audio 2040s and the G2 range are mic level. The mixer doesn't make a difference long as it can take line or mic in. Dynamic is mic level without power, so depending on your RX it would be line or dynamic (mic) level The inputs make no odds. SQN are noisy preamps, ...


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I'm not sure how repairable the H4n is, unless you're a total DIY get-your-hands-dirty sort of person who deal with electronic tech - the H4n, like some other handheld recorders in this price range seem to be designed as thrwaways. In that it the production/repair/servicing costs far outweigh the manufacturing of the new one all together (in all fairness, I ...


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You can do this, I think, using Mac OS X's aggregate audio devices. Some advice on how these work and how you can set one up is found at the following links: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1215?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US http://www.loopblog.net/tutorials/studio-and-gear/studio-techniques/use-multiple-audio-interfaces-on-mac-os-x/ The Reaper Blog says ...


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