Item # 151084 | Customer Ratings: ( 4 Based on 4 reviews)

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Sterling Audio PHP1 48V Phantom Power Supply
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Use your handheld condenser live.

The Sterling Audio PHP1 Power Supply provides stable 48V phantom power for one condenser microphone. Meets DIN 45596 standard.

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  • Small and effective.

    As reviewed by Isaac on 5/5/2008

    This little box has helped me threw thick and thin it has never let me down. Its small and you can fit it anywhere. There is no problems, well so far that I have bought the product. My condenser mics work awesome. If you needed phantom power for just one mic for recording acoustic or vocals this is the way to go.

    25 of 28 people found this review helpful.
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  • Total Quality

    As reviewed by Steve on 5/19/2009

    I had purchased a Sterling ST31 condenser mic to capture ambient noise for my multitrack recorder. The PHP1 allows me to have an independant mic, apart from the mixer. It allows me to experiment more with my recordings. I think the PHP1 is a great piece of equipment for anyone into recording. Well worth the money.

    13 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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  • Delayed Satisfaction

    As reviewed by Anita Crane on 3/19/2012

    I can't really say what I think about how the phantom power interface works, as when I ordered this little guy I searched everywhere, even on the Internet to see what kind of cables I needed in order to hook up the phantom power supply to my particular amp. This information was not available anywhere. I now find I need 2 cables, as well as the plug that comes with the power supply box. Of course I had one mic cable to plug my mic to the phantom power supply, and but now I need to order another to hook the phantom power to my amp. It seems it would be simpler if the little box just plugged into the amp, but it seems I need to plug it into the wall power. It would be helpful that this be pointed out in the information for purchasing the box. It is a learning process I suppose. I am assuming that all will work well once I get all the cables in place. And to tell you the truth, I am not sure this is the way it works. II was also wondering if perhaps there was a shorter cable for this job? Okay Guitar Center, we are not all "sound experts". I gave the unit 4 stars based on other reviews and my experience with ordering this product. By the way I had to wait almost 2 weeks to get it as it was back ordered. I also thought that when I purchased my condenser mic from GC that they might have told me I needed the phantom power for the mic to work on my Genze Benz 60. The amp does have phantom power, but not the level needed by the mic I purchased per recommendation of the GC reps. I can't ask questions unless I know what to ask.

    1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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