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ART PHANTOM II Pro - Battery Operated Phantom Power Supply

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ART PHANTOM II Pro - Battery Operated Phantom Power Supply
Key Features
  • XLR Input and Output Connectors
The PHANTOM II Pro from Art is a 2-channel portable phantom power supply with XLR connectors that operates off of two 9 Volt batteries. Condenser microphones with voltage requirements from 9-48 Volts are supported.
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ART Phantom II Pro Overview

The PHANTOM II Pro from Art is a 2-channel portable phantom power supply with XLR connectors that operates off of two 9 Volt batteries. Condenser microphones with voltage requirements from 9-48 Volts are supported.

Lightweight, 2-channel portable phantom power supply
9-48V condenser microphone requirements supported
UPC: 840402014201

ART Phantom II Pro Specs

Input Connectors2 x 3-pin XLR Female
Output Connectors2 x 3-pin XLR Male
Adapter12 VDC
Battery2 x 9V Batteries
Power2 x 9V, AC Adapter
Dimensions5.6 x 1.75 x 3.6" (144 x 45 x 92mm)
Weight1.5 lb (680g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.01 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.85 x 5 x 3"
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question

Does this unit come with a multi-voltage AC adapter?
Asked by: Ken A.
No it Does Not , but they are easy to find on Amazon. I use mine out in the field so the Battery option Works Best for me . Hint : Buy Pro industrial Batteries and you won't be disappointed. Good Unit for the Price. Quite Operation which is what you are looking for in a power supply.
Answered by: John D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Does this work with Audio-Technica PRO 44? The instructions say it requires 9V to 52V DC phantompower.
Asked by: Anonymous
9V to 52V DC phantom power means the microphone will work providing any amount of voltage within that range. The ART PHANTOM II Pro provides 9V-48V and therefore is capable of providing sufficient power to the Audio-Technica Pro 44 microphone.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

my battery door is broken. there is a little gold piece like a washer for the screw to thread into...but this piece is not attached to anything so the screw won't turn to hold the door closed. has anyone had this problem...and if so...any fixes other than tape? i have had the item less than a year...so i am a bit bummed.
Asked by: Anonymous
The gold piece is a brass nut that is pressed in a hole and held by friction. It most likely came loose by overtightening of the door screw.The solution is to disassemble the whole back panel and to carefull hammer the periphery of the hole with a ball pen hammer to make it a little smaller. Press the brass nut back into the hole and reassemble the back plate. Do not overtighten the door screw.
Answered by: BERLUKAS C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

How long do the batteries last with output set to 48V? Also they state that the 7-12V AC adapter, but what's the AC adapter's minimum amperage?
Asked by: Anonymous
My experience with one Sure Lav Mic has been at least 8 hours battery life on a video shoot. Good for Field work where you are not guaranteed power. I do not know the amperage minimum for the AC adapter but I can't believe it is anything under .5A. Check the spec sheet put our by Manufacturer. There are a ton of Universal AC's adapters available
Answered by: John D.
Date published: 2019-12-13
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