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    Has anyone here ever built a 24 volt power supply with phantom power?
    Any links or diagrams/instructions on how to do it?
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    Michael,

    I suggest you visit the Tech Talk forum over at RO and post the question. They are a great bunch of people and usually someone will have an answer.


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    What , where is the RO forum?
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    Originally posted by t_chance
    What , where is the RO forum?
    http://recording.org/users/kev/
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    Add
    http://members.nuvox.net/~zt.robgrow...ntompower.html
    to an existing 24v supply.

    Here's a kit: you could also build it on your own from the schematic
    http://www.seventhcirclestudios.com/SCA/SCA.htm
    goto PS01 power supply.

    I've got some others I'll find and post later. My wife's trying to get my ass out the door to "go shopping" now.

    Later:
    Here's a phantom supply with discrete components. With this or the first one above, you'd need to tap into the secondary AC of the power transformer at 25-30vac.
    http://www.seventhcirclestudios.com/SCA/SCA.htm

    If you want some reading on power supply design
    http://sound.westhost.com/power-supplies.htm
    or
    http://recording.org/users/kev/PS.htm

    Here's a schematic from the above site with both 24 and 48v supplies. You can run both from an external AC 24v wall wart, or you could as easily incorporate 115 primary/24v secondary transformer which are cheap and available.
    http://recording.org/users/kev/TKpowersup.pdf
    Last edited by crazydoc; 02-01-2004 at 18:38.
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    Thumbs up THANKS for the link

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    Great links, all of them, Crazy-Doc!
    I knew I had been to SeventhCircles before, I just didn't have the link.

    Thanks for the help.
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