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I recently bought a Pocket Pod (yesterday, in fact), and since then I've only got it working when it's connected to the PC via the USB cable. It works perfectly in that case, but as soon as I remove the cable, it stops working. I've tested it with batteries only or with a power supply, and none of it works. The only case when the Pocket Pod functions normally is when it has either batteries or cable plugged in, and it's connected to the PC. I've read that the device needs a mono cable to activate, but I've been using a stereo one and there's no problem. Maybe the cable works when the USB is plugged in, but it doesn't work as a switch for when it is not. Should I try a mono cable or is there another problem? Thanks in advance
I'd like to use a USB powerbank instead of 2x AA batteries, as doing so would give me much more battery capacity and in general would be more convenient for my purpouse. Question is: - can the transmitter operate under 5V or will it break anything? Thank you in advance!
I wonder if I could trouble you for a bit of advice? Iâ€™ve got a Line 6 XD-V30 wireless mic, which I wouldnâ€™t mind taking out busking with me. Though the mic is wireless, the receiver needs a power supply 9v â€“ 200ma. Could I get 4x 9v batteries, wire 2 pairs in series, making them collectivly 18v, then join them together in parallel, bringing the voltage back to 9v. Is my logic correct here, can I damage the receiver and how does this effect the 200ma side of things? Cheers!