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Balanced Inline pads that will pass phantom power


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Here is another. http://sound.westhost.com/project30a.htm This is actually a complete mixer channel, but the schematic is modularized - so you can just use the mic/line input section and the ballanced preamp.
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[quote]Originally posted by Ethan Winer: [b]Hall, On my articles page: [url=http://www.ethanwiner.com/articles.html]www.ethanwiner.com/articles.html[/url] Look for "Mike pads and other small gadgets" about half-way down the list. --Ethan[/b][/quote]Ethan, I just spent about an hour at your web site. Holy crap!!!! Wow! and Holy Crap! You are an amazing individual. Wow! I will be going back for some more after i get fired for going into work late today because your site is so interesting i just couldn't pull my self away. I have more tunes to check out(they downloaded really slow but sound killer) and so much more to read. Thanks for putting the effort into sharing all your knowledge like that. You know, I'm pretty sure your "Bear" is the cat that ran away from my granndmas' ten years ago! ;) i also wanted to ask if i could use some of your wisdom quotes no and then. Anyway, just wanted to let you know i really enjoyed it and the pad article is great too. Thanks JH
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JH, > I just spent about an hour at your web site. Holy crap!!!! Wow! and Holy Crap! You are an amazing individual. Wow! < Gee, thanks. > I have more tunes to check out (they downloaded really slow but sound killer) and so much more to read. < Yeah, for some reason this part of the woods seems to be experiencing a 'net slowdown yesterday and today. > I'm pretty sure your "Bear" is the cat that ran away from my granndmas' ten years ago! < I wish I knew where he came from originally. We got him from a shelter, and he's about 11 years old. But if your grandma lives in Canada, that'd be too far away to be likely. > i also wanted to ask if i could use some of your wisdom quotes no and then. < Sure. --Ethan
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