Well you are right about that

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AvatarBruceMol
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Well you are right about that type of cable, I had to make my own. It also looks like you have an impedance mismatch judging by the specs of your microphone 1000 ohms, and your mixer input at 3,400 ohms. That means the signal will be a not transfer efficiently. It also appears from your instruction book that the phantom power is associated only with the XLR inputs, it that's true than you will have to make the adaptor. I've seen images of your mic with mono and stereo ends, when you buy your 3.5mm female make sure you match what you have.

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