phantom power supply

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I recently acquired a 16 channel Hill multimix board. As of now, phantom
power has to be supplied via 5 9V batteries in series... ick.

So would any old 48V DC power supply suit my needs for dedicated phantom
power? Does anyone out there use this mixer and have a phantom power
supply connected? If so, what do you use?
 
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Phantom is in the power supply. ON-OFF switch and indicator
on the front.

Do you have the Hill power supply? Is it defective? If
you're not using the Hill PS, what are you using to power
the board?

I have three of these mixers, and use the phantom that
squirts out of the power supply connector.



TM

H wrote:
>
> I recently acquired a 16 channel Hill multimix board. As of now, phantom
> power has to be supplied via 5 9V batteries in series... ick.
>
> So would any old 48V DC power supply suit my needs for dedicated phantom
> power? Does anyone out there use this mixer and have a phantom power
> supply connected? If so, what do you use?
 
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hmm... well i do have the power supply for the mixer. it's 1 rack space
big and connects to the mixer with a DIN 5 (same as Midi) connector. On
the back of the supply is a 1/4" jack and the daisy chain of batteries
plugs into that. It's the "Hill Multimix/Stagemix" if that makes any
difference...


T Maki wrote:
> Phantom is in the power supply. ON-OFF switch and indicator
> on the front.
>
> Do you have the Hill power supply? Is it defective? If
> you're not using the Hill PS, what are you using to power
> the board?
>
> I have three of these mixers, and use the phantom that
> squirts out of the power supply connector.
>
>
>
> TM
>
> H wrote:
>
>>I recently acquired a 16 channel Hill multimix board. As of now, phantom
>>power has to be supplied via 5 9V batteries in series... ick.
>>
>>So would any old 48V DC power supply suit my needs for dedicated phantom
>>power? Does anyone out there use this mixer and have a phantom power
>>supply connected? If so, what do you use?
 
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Double hmmm...

I've got a Stagemix as well (and a SoundMix), and the power
supplies are the same - just as you describe - 1RU with a
DIN 5 pin.

So, you don't have a phantom power switch on the front of
the PS with a indicator light?

Kind of hard to troubleshoot over the newsgroup, but if your
technical chops are up to it, you might pull the power
supply apart and see what's going on with the 1/4" jack. See
where it's connected, and what might have been disconnected
(if anything). It's possible that the 48V part of the PS
failed, and you've got a work-around fix. There were a
couple of different power supplies from Hill. Maybe you have
one of the variations.

Maybe a little more investigation...



TM

H wrote:
>
> hmm... well i do have the power supply for the mixer. it's 1 rack space
> big and connects to the mixer with a DIN 5 (same as Midi) connector. On
> the back of the supply is a 1/4" jack and the daisy chain of batteries
> plugs into that. It's the "Hill Multimix/Stagemix" if that makes any
> difference...
>
> T Maki wrote:
> > Phantom is in the power supply. ON-OFF switch and indicator
> > on the front.
> >
> > Do you have the Hill power supply? Is it defective? If
> > you're not using the Hill PS, what are you using to power
> > the board?
> >
> > I have three of these mixers, and use the phantom that
> > squirts out of the power supply connector.
> >
> >
> >
> > TM
> >
> > H wrote:
> >
> >>I recently acquired a 16 channel Hill multimix board. As of now, phantom
> >>power has to be supplied via 5 9V batteries in series... ick.
> >>
> >>So would any old 48V DC power supply suit my needs for dedicated phantom
> >>power? Does anyone out there use this mixer and have a phantom power
> >>supply connected? If so, what do you use?
 

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HI , A FRIEND GIVE ME A [ HILL audio concept series 400 REGULATED POWER SUPPLY] [ AND TAKE A MONEY OFF ME jamaica talk ] HE SAID IT WAS A POWER AMP ] LATER LEARN ITS AC + DC 48 VOLT PS. THE CONNECTOR ON THE BACK I DON'T UNDERSTAND, ANYONE OUT THERE HAVE A DRAWING CIRCUITS OR DIRECT ME WHERE TO GET ONE rwrw100@hotmail.com
 
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