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Will aes42 10v damage analogue 48v mic?


r.paterson
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Hello I can't find definitive answer looking for real world Users of wired aes42 mics, if using an aes42 mic and in rush forget to set mixer input to analogue mic 48v will the analogue mic be damaged with having aes 10v plugged into it?or other way around 48v into a aes 42 mic? ... Assuming analog mic is electronically balanced and not transformer balanced.  Many thanks for any feedback 

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