Right on Dave!
I hadn't a clue! Dr. Who! Who?
Was that anything to do with Rex Harrison (who oddly left the
school I attended in Liverpool about the same time I was born)
and 'Talking to the animals'? No?
I now realize I should have asked one of my 3 (North American
born) children, now aged 41 to 24!
Now what was that again? "Time and Relative Dimensions in Space
Oh. .......... You mean an outdoor loo?
Speaking personally I just pop behind a convenient tree and
Back to my painting ...........
Thanks anyway. Terry.
Ignoring all the OT posts about Dr. Who....
Given that a multi-core system will deliver 48v "Phantom Power" to
microphones that need such a thing (e.g. powered dynamic condenser mcis),
then passing 12v though ought to be fine... The only thing I am not sure
about is the ampage, and whether this would be a problem.
I would suggest researching a bit on the phantom power bit - which of the 3
wires in the XLR takes the feed, and what the usual ampage is.
<after some very quick research..>
phantom power is usually pretty low - up to 60mA. 2A sounds rather high :)
Take a look at http://www.shure.com/support/technotes/app-phantom1.html or
The idea on using the multi-core to flick a relay is a good one. Maybe the
coax one is OK too, but you'll need to check what the cable can handle.
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