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Re: Audient iD4 and TLM 102

Postby shufflebeat » Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:02 pm

Wonks wrote:Note that it also only provides 48v phantom power if using the 12v power supply (rather than just USB power). So it might be more awkward to use than some other interfaces if you plan on doing location recording with a laptop, as you'll need to carry the PSU (and maybe an extension leas) around as well. If you have your own studio set-up and don't plan to record elsewhere, then it's not an issue.

I realise this is an old thread but, in the interests of clarity - am I missing something? My iD4 doesn't have a 12v in. Is it a split USB lead with one data/power plug and a similar one for power only as we used to use in ye olden dayes?
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Re: Audient iD4 and TLM 102

Postby Wonks » Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:36 pm

Oops! Looks like I may have been looking up the specs for the iD14!
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