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Old 13th April 2011, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default XLR balanced to camcorder input adapter


This is my first post so hey everyone. Thanks for all the info that i leeched during the recent months.

So i have a question.. looking to buy a HV40 camcorder, i found out that if i wanted to use a microphone like the Azden SGM-2x i need to use a blanaced XLR to camcorder jack adapter like the Juicedlink JL-CX211 or the Beachtek DXA2Tl.

Now..i found at least one person who used a Universal Stereo Preamp Kit for this. My question is..

Does anyone have a schematic for a beachtek/juicedlink-like device? The velleman preamp doesn't seem to be such a device, only an usual preamp.

Thanks a lot and sorry if a got something wrong.
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