ART PHANTOM-1
Phantom Power Supply, Single Channel

OUR PART #  PHANTOM-1


Different condenser microphone specify different amounts of required phantom power. As a rule these ratings can range from 48 volts all the way down to 9 volts. Fortunately, there is some flexibility in terms of matching phantom voltage to your mic. A rough rule of thumb would be "more is better".

For example, a 24-volt condenser mic will run perfectly on 48 volts. In fact mics rated at as little as 9 volts can often operate on 48 volts, but you should check with the manufacturer first. Conversely, a mic will generally perform best driven by not less than its rated voltage so, for a 48V mic, you would obtain best results with 48 volts of phantom power. The Phantom I is a great choice for the above needs.

Specifications

  • Input Connectors: XLR female
  • Output Connectors: XLR male
  • Frequency Response: 10Hz-25kHz
  • Output Phantom Power: 48V DC +/-2V
  • Output Noise: -115 dBV
  • Current Drain: 14 mA
  • Power: 18V DC (adapter included)
  • Dimensions: 5.25" x 2.75" x 1.75"
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs
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ART PHANTOM-1
Phantom Power Supply, Single Channel

OUR PART #  PHANTOM-1

Product Information:

Different condenser microphone specify different amounts of required phantom power. As a rule these ratings can range from 48 volts all the way down to 9 volts. Fortunately, there is some flexibility in terms of matching phantom voltage to your mic. A rough rule of thumb would be "more is better".

For example, a 24-volt condenser mic will run perfectly on 48 volts. In fact mics rated at as little as 9 volts can often operate on 48 volts, but you should check with the manufacturer first. Conversely, a mic will generally perform best driven by not less than its rated voltage so, for a 48V mic, you would obtain best results with 48 volts of phantom power. The Phantom I is a great choice for the above needs.

Specifications

  • Input Connectors: XLR female
  • Output Connectors: XLR male
  • Frequency Response: 10Hz-25kHz
  • Output Phantom Power: 48V DC +/-2V
  • Output Noise: -115 dBV
  • Current Drain: 14 mA
  • Power: 18V DC (adapter included)
  • Dimensions: 5.25" x 2.75" x 1.75"
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs
12VDC 150mA Power Adapter for 12V ARTcessories
ART ARTC126 12VDC 150mA Power Adapter for 12V ARTcessories
Why risk running out of batteries mid-session -- or worse, getting a phantom power 'brown-out' in the middle of a take? Why keep spending on 9V batteries at all when you can have constant, reliable power? If you have the Phantom II, you ...
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