Does anyone have a simple circuit to strip phantom power from an input. I have a mic level input on a camcorder that has non-switchable phantom power. Presumably some sort of DC blocking Caps arrangement would be required?
It's an XLR 3 pin female that delivers 48V in the normal way ( Distributed on pins 2+3 through 2 x 6K8 resistors so pins 1-2 read 48V as do 1-3). I need to plug a line signal, padded down 60 dB to mic level, into this input without getting power back to the line output. I figure Caps inline with each power leg would do the trick but I don't know values required.