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Neewer NW100 Phantom Power + pre-amp???
Neewer NW100 Phantom Power + pre-amp???
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Old 11th October 2019, 12:19 PM   #1
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Default Neewer NW100 Phantom Power + pre-amp???

Hello I'm new to the forum and a real noob on Audio,
so this might sound (or totally be ) a stupid question!
I recently bought a Neewer NW-700 microphone (one of that chinese manufactured cheap mic) and it comes with a 48v phantom power.
Everything works good except that I don't have any Gain control for the input of the Mic.

Since it is plugged to the PC motherboard, passing trough the Phantom Power (link 1) I was wondering if I could put a Pre-Amp (link 2) straight to the input-output of the PP and have a gain control on it.

phantom — imgbb.com
preamp — imgbb.com

Thanks in advance!
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