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Alternartives to Rode D-power plug
Old 16th November 2009
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Alternartives to Rode D-power plug

Hello fellowship, I´m looking for an alternative to the rode power plug.
The problem is that the output of my sm7 feeds a mic splitter and the output to the preamps is quite low.

The rode power plug uses the same preamp circuits that you could find in their condenser mics, also it needs to be feeded by the phantom power.

Before I purchase one of them I want to know what other alternatives have we got.

Thanks a lot to all
Old 16th November 2009
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Don't buy the Rode one. I did. And brought it back the next day, because it was unusably noisy. This has a good rep it seems and supposedly not noisy, but I have not tried it:

FetHead - tritonaudio
Old 16th November 2009
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Yes, my friend Rimshot said the same...

But there are no other chances to triton or rode???
Old 16th November 2009
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Old 16th November 2009
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Old 6th April 2020
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Originally Posted by Karloff70 View Post
Don't buy the Rode one. I did. And brought it back the next day, because it was unusably noisy. This has a good rep it seems and supposedly not noisy, but I have not tried it:

FetHead - tritonaudio
You must have had faulty unit. I have both FetHead and D-PowerPlug and the only difference is that FetHead has ~10 dB more gain.
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