daniel Posted May 30, 2013 Report Share Posted May 30, 2013 I've been asking and reading around for a conclusive answer on this but i have had conflicting advice and opinions from respectable sources (i have also done a jwsg search). I've also read that even if kit is not damaged by phantom power the audio can be affected and so can power usage. The tascam dr - 680 switches phantom power on I/Ps in pairs. What can and can not be plugged into phantom power I/Ps (without damage to kit or other undesirable effects)? What is the best (cleanest, lightest, lightest) way to resolve the issue of switched pairs? A external phantom power box or phantom power filter or isolation transformer. Many thanks in advance for all replies. kind regards, dan. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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