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Does Spider Jam POD-Quality Direct/Recording Out handle Phantom Power Rejection?
on 2012-05-02 07:10:54.7910
I'm planning on converting my "Spider Jam Direct/Recording Out" RCA's into an XLR port (or pair of ports) that route back to a PA system. There are adapters I can purchase to manage this. However, there's 52v of phantom power dancing on the signal line.
Does the Spider Jam compensate for the 52v or would I also have to purchase/build a box to filter it out? My sound guy says it's called "Phantom Power Rejection".
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Re: Does Spider Jam POD-Quality Direct/Recording Out handle Phantom Power Rejection?
on 2012-05-24 15:28:42.9580
The RCA output jacks/circuit was never intended to see an XLR connection; you're going to be modding out the amp. These jacks do not have phantom power rejection, sorry. You'd need to use an external DI box that has the capability to filter out the voltage.
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