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TRITON AUDIO Phantom Power Blocker Connector

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TRITON AUDIO Phantom Power Blocker Connector
Key Features
  • Protects Vintage Equipment
  • Prevents Short Circuits
  • Protects Computer Interfaces
  • Signal Passes Unaffected
Triton Audio's Phantom Power Blocker Connector safeguards your equipment from phantom power while allowing signal to pass freely in both directions. Connect it to the cable which plugs into your gear to ensure that you won't be blowing up your beloved Dynaco pre.
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Will this work to stop phantom power from ...

Will this work to stop phantom power from reaching my ribbon mic?
Asked by: Eli
Yes, it is a protection device for passive ribbon microphones Phantom blocker blocks Phantom power while leaving the audio signal intact. Phantom power can be applied to either the male or the female side of Phantom Blocker's XLR connector and will not reach the opposing xlr connector, the audio signal travels without restriction in both directions.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2020-06-18

Does it affect sound quality?

Does it affect sound quality?
Asked by: Charles
No, the Triton Audio Phantom Power Blocker Connector should not have any affect on the sound quality. It is designed to block phantom power and prevent it from passing through to the microphone.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2023-01-23

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Can I use it when phantom power is off?The reason is to prevent accidental phantom power.
Asked by: Sanghoon K.
Yew it works without phantom power.I use it with a Line 6 Helix straight into the desk and can't tell a difference with or without phantom power activated.
Answered by: Mr A.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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