InnoGear Phantom Power Supply delivers reliable 48V DC phantom power for condenser microphones and transfer sound signal to sound card. Compact and durable, made of black aluminum. High-quality components and rugged construction ensure this power supply with stand up to the test and perform on all occasions. It will not introduce any noise into any of the signal paths. Ideal for stage and studio use.
Easy operation with simple on- off switch and LED indicator light.
Provides 48V DC phantom power for condenser mics
Balanced mic inputs and outputs to connect in-line with your mic and mixer
Low noise full-frequency response
On/off power switch and LED indicator
Durable, compact, all-metal housing
Single XLR input and output
1x 48V DC phantom power
1x XLR cable
can this be used with a PC?
Yes, that's what I use it for actually. You just need a female mic cord to male 3.5mm to go into your computer from the output of the phantom power.
By Cody Pals on January 13, 2015
if I have the mic and everything , and i buy this, will this come with all the proper cords to plug into computer?
its supposed to but i did not receive my XLR male to female cord also, if all you have is the condenser mic then you need to consider what your recording to. if it's a computer you need either an XLR to AUX or an XLR to USB now if your recording to a legacy style recording setup you will need an additional XLR cable.
does it charge microphones or do you have to keep power box around with you?
I'm not quite sure that I understand what you need basis your question. This is simply a component which provides phantom power to condenser (studio-style) microphones. Many condenser mics require phantom power and if whatever device that you are plugging into doesn't have it built-in (some you can turn on or off), the…
By steven j morvant on March 25, 2015
I see the description said that it comes with an extra xlr cable, but the comments say that it doesn't. i'm confused. does the 48v phantom power supply came with xlr cable?
It comes with a cable that is XLR on one end and 3mm on the other to a computer.
By Jeffrey L. on December 26, 2016