AT8539

Power Module

MSRP* US$129.00
Two-Year Limited End-User Warranty

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer.



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    Power module for AT892 MicroSetģ. Also suitable for use with any Audio-Technica Wireless Essentialsģ microphone terminated with 4-pin locking connector. The AT8539 allows you to convert your wireless microphone into a wired model. Comes equipped with a snap-on belt clip.
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    phantom pwr

    i wanna use AT8539 with "pro35 cW" to go wired. will i need phantom pwr or the module includes it?
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    Yes, you will need to provide at least 11 volts phantom power to the power module. Phantom power ranging anywhere from 11 to 52 volts DC is acceptable. The power module converts phantom power to a much smaller bias voltage for the microphone itself. Phantom power may be provided from either the associated audio mixer, amplifier, or recorder or via an inline phantom power supply (such as our AT8801 Single channel 48V Phantom Power Supply).
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