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Denecke's Dcode PS-T Microphone Power Supply is a low noise 12V parallel or T power supply that feeds a broad range of condenser mics. In addition to -15dB pad, it uniquely features a polarity reversal switch for powering older red dot mics.
A single 9V battery can run a high current microphone for up to 24 hours. Small, rugged, and light weight construction makes the PS-T perfect for mobile applications. A noise floor under 0.01 mVAC also suits it for mics feeding DAT machines, radio mics, tape machines, and mixing panels.
Support for Red Dot Microphones
A unique polarity reversal feature lets you feed some older specialty mics with the PS-T. Red dot mics don't work under the usual T-Power scheme of sending positive current on XLR pin 2 and returning negative current via pin 3. The PS-T's Red Dot switch lets you reverse this relationship, so you can use these mics too.
With a noise floor under 0.01 mVAC, the PS-T sounds surprisingly quiet when the mic is capturing dead air.
Excellent Battery Performance
A single 9V battery can feed a high current mic up to 24 hours (results will vary with different mics). When you first put a battery in, the PS-T flashes to let you know it's okay. If the battery is weak, the LED lights and remains steady to warn of possible poor mic performance.
The Microphone Power Supply offers -15 pad to boost the signal when mic performance is low or the signal is weak.
The Phantom Power Supply is made small but tough to handle use on the road as well as in the studio.
In the Box
Denecke Dcode PS-T Microphone Power Supply
Microphone Power Supply
Table of Contents
3-Pin XLR Female
3-Pin XLR Male
1 x 9VDC
12V ±2V Power Output
-12v (reversed polarity) Output in Red Dot mode
Operates on a 9V Battery