4 – Recording
Depending on this setting, the input level setting range changes.
For this reason, the input level might change greatly when this
setting is changed. Before changing it, you should turn the power
OFF or turn the output level all the way down.
Using phantom power
When stopped, if you change the 1/L or 2/R input switch on the
front of the unit to MIC+PHANTOM, a pop-up message appears
confirming that you want to turn phantom power on.
When the confirmation pop-up message opens, press the DATA dial
to turn phantom power on for the 1/L connector or 2/R connector
and supply phantom power (+24V or +48V) to the connected mic.
To close the confirmation pop-up message without turning
phantom power on, change the input switch to LINE or MIC.
Use the
screen to set the voltage to +24V or +48V. (See
“Setting the phantom power voltage” on page 86. )
Battery power will be consumed faster when set to +48V than
when set to +24V.
Confirm that phantom power is OFF before connecting a line
level device to a 1/L connector or 2/R connector. If you connect
a line level device while phantom power is being supplied, that
device and this unit could be damaged.
When using a condenser microphone, before connecting to and
disconnecting from a 1/L connector or 2/R connector, confirm
that the phantom power for that jack is OFF. If you connect or
disconnect a mic while phantom power is being supplied, that
mic and this unit could be damaged.
Turn phantom power ON only when using a condenser micro-
phone that requires phantom power.
Supplying phantom power to some types of ribbon microphones
could break them. Do not supply phantom power to a ribbon
microphone if you are in doubt.
When using USB bus power, the unit might not be able to supply
phantom power depending on the computer. In this case, use a
TASCAM PS-P515U AC adaptor (sold separately).
Some condenser microphones will not operate when phantom
power is set to +24V.
Do not connect or disconnect the AC adaptor when using
phantom power. Doing so could damage this device.
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