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The classic edition of the legendary AT4033 microphone, the side-address AT4033/CL offers low-noise, symmetrical, transformerless circuitry that results in exceptional transient response and clean output signals. A studio classic and bluegrass favorite, the AT4033/CL cardioid studio condenser is the microphone that broke the US$1000-barrier in its class. A strong up-front presence characterizes the sonic signature of this 40 Series pro-audio classic. The AT4033/CL’s 80Hz high-pass filter easily switches between flat frequency response and a low-end roll-off that diminishes ambient noise and popping with closely-miked vocals.<br/><a href="http://www.audio-technica.com/cms//eb7732ab91615cca/index.html" target="_blank"><b>Check out audio samples and interior views of the AT4033/CL and other 40 Series side-address condensers</b></a><br/>
 

When you use an external phantom power supply to power an AT4033, is there any voltage going back to the sound board? If so, how much?

I am wanting to use the AT4033 as a ham radio microphone. I have a 48 volt external phantom power supply to operate the AT 4033.The ham radio supplies 8 volts to the mic and has to be between 250 and 600 ohms impedance. I have a 600 ohm in-line impedance matching transformer, so i believe i have the impedance covered. I'm really concerned about any voltage back to the ham radio from the microphone/phantom power supply. My radio is a TS 2000 Kenwood.
2 years, 8 months ago
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