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Old 4th October 2004, 01:16 PM   #1
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ive just picked up a behringer shark dsp110, it looks great, and at the price of 5.00 was a bargain, till i got it home to find out there was no power supply unit with it!!!!
now i can build one, ive probly got enough parts lying around, but after opening the case im confused, there are 5 diodes inside, next to the power socket, can any one help with a pin layout from the power supply and is it DC with the diodes inside as protection or AC?
there is also a phantom power switch for the mic. line, which from memory is 48v, if im just using a standard mic will i need to power 48v to the unit?
hope someone can help, cheers guys, steve
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