Sony Plug-in-power…. HELP!

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      Soooo, I use a Sony Hdrsr11 for all my video needs. I love it. But I have recently decided to delve into the audio world, now that i have discovered how crapy my audio has been.

      SO i bought a JuicedLink XLR adapter (the CX211 if you must, http://juicedlink.com/index_files/CX_camcorder_XLR_microphone_adapter_audio_mixers_CX211.htm), because i really wanted a dedicated and attached connector, not just a cable. BUT THE PROBLEM IS, the dc voltage coming from my “pluginpower” mic jack is causing a contstant buzz/humm/crap when i plug it in…

      I have researched the shure a96f and similar products (something that will “shunt” or “block” the dc voltage coming from the jack) and thought about cutting off the 3.5 mm end and finding a way to solder it to my Juicedlink’s 3.5mm cable….But this seems expensive and a little sketchy….

      Is there a 3.5mm cable adapter or cable thing in existence that i could use to block this voltage?? Preferably not a 60 dollar cord that i have to cut up and melt to something else haha…has anyone been successful at blocking the dc voltage coming from a “plug in power” mic???

      THIS IS A MESSAGE TO ALL AUTOBOTS AMONG THE STARS…Help!!!!!!!!!!!

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