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    I can confirm that the HOSA XVS-102F cables work. At least on Scarlet X. Not the best cables in the world, but better than the ones I made!
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    Thanks Chris. You are still providing your own phantom power though right?
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    Does anybody know if there are any Epic-mountable phantom power devices?
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    Quote Originally Posted by James McLellan View Post
    Thanks Chris. You are still providing your own phantom power though right?
    Using mics that have a battery in them for power.
    Can't wait for phantom to be turned on.
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    I'm trying the Hosa cable, both from a Sound Devices mix pre, and a Rode battery powered mic. Both no good. Any hints?
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Brundige View Post
    I'm trying the Hosa cable, both from a Sound Devices mix pre, and a Rode battery powered mic. Both no good. Any hints?
    I use those cables from a SD Mix Pre-D to an Epic. That system works very well. I have no hints at all, other than to check the settings of everything.
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    James, check out this: http://vimeo.com/35924296 It's using the Scarlet, but hopefully helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andi Loor View Post
    Does anybody know if there are any Epic-mountable phantom power devices?
    Has anyone tried this battery powered phantom power supply from Denecke http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...able_Dual.html with an EPIC or Scarlet? Would this power supply and the XLR-to-mini adapter cable allow us to use phantom powered mics?
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    I have used the Denecke phantom-powered box, and it works great. It's fairly old (I think at least 10-12 years), but just about all of Denecke's products are first-class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wielage View Post
    I have used the Denecke phantom-powered box, and it works great. It's fairly old (I think at least 10-12 years), but just about all of Denecke's products are first-class.
    Mark - Thanks for this info. I found a work in progress comparison of four different battery powered phantom power supplies at http://www.core-sound.com/2Phant/3.php. The Core is fairly expensive, but it delivers more current. I use Oktava mics, so I emailed them for current specs. - John
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