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48V Phantom Power Thump
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48V Phantom Power Thump

Is there a reason that audio interface and microphone preamp makers can't make slow ramp AKA slow rise phantom power a standard feature? The FMR Really Nice Preamp has this as a feature. And it's listed on this preamp too: https://www.seventhcircleaudio.com/p...plifier-module


So I know it's possible to do. Why is phantom power thump still a problem in the year 2021?
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Because it's cheaper. One cap and a resistor - why that could cost as much as 2 cents - maybe even more!
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Originally Posted by The Byre ➡️
Because it's cheaper. One cap and a resistor - why that could cost as much as 2 cents - maybe even more!


I mean...I guess I'd rather save two pennies than slowly destroy a condenser microphone over time. I think that's what we all want, right?
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