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Neewer 1-Channel 48V Phantom Power Supply with Adapter, BONUS+XLR 3 Pin Microphone Cable for Any Condenser Microphone Music Recording Equipment (8 feet)
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- Input Voltage: 110V
- Delivers reliable 48V phantom power for condenser microphones and transfer sound signal to sound card in a compact, durable, plastic housing.
- Universal XLR input and output, compatible with all kinds of microphone music recording equipment.Comes with one XLR audio cable with high quality XLR male and female connectors.
- Features a single channel unit with balanced mic inputs and outputs to connect in-line with your mic and mixer.
- On/off power switch and LED indicator for ease of operation. One Adapter is included. Simple to use and ideal for stage and studio use.
- Note: Phantom power provides a 48V voltage to the condenser microphone, but phantom power does not enhance the microphone sound quality and improve the normal volume; Microphone, Pop Filter, Mic Stand and 3.5mm to XLR Female Microphone Cable in the picture Not Included
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From the manufacturer
A Single Channel Unit with Balanced Mic Input & Output
Supply sufficient power to your condenser microphone.
Simple on-off Switch and LED Indicator Light
Easy to use.
3-Pin XLR Male to XLR Female Cable
Reduce interference and excess noise.
Adapter with US Plug
Input: 110V, 50 Hz, 12WA.
Different Color Choice
--- Meet various needs to match your microphone color.
Note: Phantom power provides a 48V voltage to the condenser microphone, but phantom power does not enhance the microphone sound quality and improve the normal volume; Microphone, Pop Filter, Mic Stand and 3.5mm to XLR Female Microphone Cable in the picture Not Included
Neewer 48V Phantom Power Supply delivers reliable 48V phantom power for condenser microphones in a compact, durable, plastic housing.
Enjoy ultra low-noise audio performance and full-frequency response.
High-quality components and rugged construction will ensure this power supply with stand up to the test and perform on all occasions.
Comes with one XLR audio cable with high quality XLR male and female connectors.
On/off power switch and LED indicator.
Input Voltage: 110V
Material: Plastic Housing
Power Supply Size: 3.9" x 3.5" x 1.6" / 10 x 8.8 x 4.1cm
1 * 48V Phantom Power
1 * Adapter
1 * XLR Audio Cable
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By Gabi on December 28, 2016
The Neewer 1 Channel 48V phantom power supply is easy to hookup to your microphone. I tested it out and have no feedback or other issues with any of it. One tip, you may already know this, is to get your microphone to work you have to remember to go into your settings on your computer and turn on the microphone instead of using the computer's microphone, but that's about all there is to it.
Along with this power supply I got the Excelvan BM-800 microphone and love it (I have a review on it and you can see more tips in that review), and the Sabrent USB External Stereo Sound Adapter ($6.00), and the Neewer Adjustable Suspension Boom arm. That's all I have needed for it to work with my iMac. I wasn't sure if I needed the soundcard but I did so I am glad for the $6 I got it. If you have a Mac you may need it as you may also have one input / output line for audio and this external soundcard will help so your can connect your microphone. Once connected go to Settings, Sound and look for USB Sound Card and click on that to make the microphone the default instead of the builtin microphone.
*Tip: Ignore other reviews that say to get the XLR male to female microphone cord as it's included with this power supply.
I was not paid for this review nor did I receive any merchandise for free. This is all me and I hope I helped!
Also, the sketchy looking power supply hasn't been an issue either.
I saw the review where it melted so i've monitored it with a surface thermometer.
The supply shouldn't go above 87 F. If it hits 95 i'd unplug it. And in case your still worried about it, there specs are 18 Volts AC @ 500mA.
Also the cable it came with is pretty good quality for the price. Metal ends. The table to remove the cable from the input is also made of metal, so it's not going to break.
Amp was wrapped in anti-static bag and placed inside of a box, along with its power cord. Amp was packaged secure enough and then the box was placed inside of a shipping box, along with another product. Amp was delivered on time as promised, very happy with packaging and shipping/delivery
I purchased a studio mic before purchasing this amp, so I had to wait to test both the mic and the amp. Hooking up the amp to the mic was simple enough, just followed the directions. This phantom amp supplies the power for the mic, so without it, the mic WILL NOT work. I found the instructions to be clear enough to follow and the amp appears to be well constructed. On the front of the amp is an LED that lights up when the amp is powered on, across from the power switch to turn it on. The appearance of the amp is nice and it appears to be sturdy. The connections are all in the back of the amp and the plugs/jacks are marked (one side connects to pc sound card and the other connects to the mic itself). I am very happy with this purchase so far, after more usage, I will post an update.
By Mr G on November 10, 2016
Yes it does turn on and the blue light shines and my microphone's manual says it runs on 48v. My microphone volume is also at max. All settings were the same. Unfortunately, I didn't begin using this until months after I bought it, or I would have returned it.
This mic was purchased primarily for a teen to record and sing songs and covers. The recordings come out way better than any built in mics.
It comes in several pieces and requires assembly. Steps are provided in a booklet. It requires additional power from the included power adapter.
I would definitely recommend this for anyone looking for an affordable mic to improve sound quality of their recordings.
Top reviews from other countries
My use of this is - I found a Beringer Q502USB for super cheap to use an AudioTechnicia AT2020 XLR mic. Problem is, the Q502USB only outputs 15v phantom power. This would, in theory, STILL work, but at degraded audio quality. I bought this to provide the full power to the mic (while also turning off the phantom power on the q502usb), and it works a treat.
Los micrófonos profesionales necesitan cierto voltaje para que puedan funcionar y yo hice el error de únicamente comprar mi micrófono, al quererlo utilizar me quede corto ya que no sabia que se necesitaba de una fuente de poder para utilizarlo. Este producto es muy fácil de instalar funciona con cualquier micrófono de condensador. Lo recomiendo 100%
After searching online i cam across this brand. All i can say it's worth the price i payed for it. Once i got it setup and powered on my mic worked amazingly. Well made product.
Some buyers / readers seem confused that this power supply provides some sort of amplification, but it doesn’t. It simply provides phantom power, so your condenser microphone can work. Go read / watch a YouTube video on the difference between condenser mic’s and dynamic mics, if needed. Michael Pitluck has a perfect explainer video.
Back to the review, Neewer offered me great customer service when my first unit arrived faulty. There is a note inside the box that suggests to contact them with any problems. My power supply added a loud buzz to the line. Upon proving the problem by emailing them a short video, they sent me a replacement at no charge, which worked perfectly with no buzz. Other reviews talk about noise when connecting this to a mic going into a computer and I don’t know if that’s the same thing. My unit was truly faulty.
If you have a condenser microphone that doesn’t work because the destination you’re plugging it into doesn’t provide 48W phantom power, then this product is for you.