Wiring a mini-XLR TA3F connector for use with a standard mic

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Hi. I'm trying to figure out a way to wireup a standard microphone to
my Samson UHF Series One UTL1 wireless body pack - specifically an AT
shotgun mic. I can't seem to find any information around on how to go
about this. I've tried making a cable up based on what I could find
for a wiring diagram, but I can't quite get it to work. It's
extremely quiet and requires gaining the transmitter/receiver up,
which gets very noisey.

Any info would help.

Email me!

Thanks!
 
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Don't know about Sampson but Telex and Sabine units supply either 5 / 3.3
volts.... not enough for a phantom powered microphone.... add a phantom
supply in line and things should work... if your At shotgun is battery
powered this does not apply...

Rgds:
Eric

"Mike Linton" <mike_linton_home@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi. I'm trying to figure out a way to wireup a standard microphone to
> my Samson UHF Series One UTL1 wireless body pack - specifically an AT
> shotgun mic. I can't seem to find any information around on how to go
> about this. I've tried making a cable up based on what I could find
> for a wiring diagram, but I can't quite get it to work. It's
> extremely quiet and requires gaining the transmitter/receiver up,
> which gets very noisey.
>
> Any info would help.
>
> Email me!
>
> Thanks!
 
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"Mike Linton"
>
> Hi. I'm trying to figure out a way to wireup a standard microphone to
> my Samson UHF Series One UTL1 wireless body pack - specifically an AT
> shotgun mic.


** Which AT shotgun is it ?

It needs to be one that uses a battery.


> I can't seem to find any information around on how to go
> about this. I've tried making a cable up based on what I could find
> for a wiring diagram, but I can't quite get it to work. It's
> extremely quiet and requires gaining the transmitter/receiver up,
> which gets very noisey.


** Likely if you are trying to get phantom power from the body pack.




.............. Phil
 
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