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Thread Dosent seem to work???????????

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elzee_20

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1 Posted on 07/01/2010 at 12:25:18
i have just bought a rode nt-1000 microphone, but it does not work with my pc/computer. I have just pluged it in with a regular wire, is there anything else i need to get or do for this to work? I am a total novice. My piece of junk microphone works so i pesume its a power issue? can anybody please help?
ugly boy

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2 Posted on 07/03/2010 at 22:48:49

is it a condencer mic? what interface are you usin to plug it in? if it is a condencer mic well then it needs phantome power. most interfaces would have a phantom power button sometimes labeled as 48V. it should be pressed in so your mic gets the power it needs to work.
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3 Posted on 08/05/2010 at 06:52:22

I would also want to know what is the interface you are using

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