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DPA 406x Powering circuits

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As promised:

 

Two circuits: the first for unbalanced 9v operation, the second (which is what's inside the DPA 6001 adapter) for balanced 48v Phantom operation.

 

Best to check with a mic you don't mind losing if you're not sure about construction. Don't blame me if it all goes wrong!

 

Regards,

 

 

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15 minutes of DIY, checked and everything seems fine. I've compared with original DAD 6001, both sounds equal. Thanks

 

Hey if you made the above, could you post a photo please? 

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Thanks to finding these schematics from Soundmanjon, I'm going to build a couple of circuits to power my ex-theatre DPA 4061s.. (both cut at the wire..)

A small question before I do so: My recorder can give 12V Tpower. Will adjusting the circuit above for T-Power and making an adapter for T-power instead, save me recorder battery? If T and phantom both have same current draw, I'd guess that would be correct.. ?

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