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  1. I've decided to wait for the adapter to arrive an not snatch the dpa cable. Maybe I find later that I'll upgrade the tbp06 to something better
  2. Hi again I tested to wire as discussed without using an adapter and it sounded well. I recorded it and recorded also the hs30 headset that came with the v30 system. The signal was not as high from the dpa but the s/n ratio in my ears was no problem. I'm concidering to snatch the microdot and solder the jack directly to the dpa's cable.
  3. Thanks a lot 😊. I'm waiting for the adapter to arrive and will let you know when I've tried it out.
  4. It looks like you have worked with this a lot. Could I connect the 5 volt and signal from the TBP06 to the tip of the minijack on the adapter, and the rest to ground?
  5. Thank you for answering. The specs at dpa says: "...Power supply: For wireless systems: Min. 5 V – max. 50 V through DPA adapter. With DAD6001-BC/DAD6024/DAD4099: 48 V phantom power ±4 V for full performance......" I am planning to use an equivalent to DAD6034 not listed in the specs. Isn`t it correct to assume that the listed adapters handles the high voltage so that the mic doesn't blow? The DAD6034 does not handle the higher voltage. The bias voltage delivered from TBP06's ring is 5 volts DC. If this is correct it means that the TBP06 is perfect match for the dpa 4066 with the DAD6034 adapter. The only question will then be how to wire this together? The DAD6034 adapter shortcuts the ring and sleeve to ground on the adapter and receive the signal at the tip.
  6. Hi I just bought a dpa 4066 used from Ebay. My plans are to use it with my V-30 transmitter. There are no adapters available for this purpose. As far as I can se the microdot Senneheiser mini jack adapter has no passive components attached, but simply shortcut the sleeve and ring, and sends signal to the tip. My question is: If I buy the Sennheiser adapter how can I connect this to the 6.3 mm Jack for the V-30/35 receiver?
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