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Old 9th Apr 2019, 9:33 am   #21
Maarten
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Default Re: What are these transformers?

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Originally Posted by joebog1 View Post
Its normally accepted that one DOES NOT use DC currents into a transformer with a Mu-Metal core!!
I will most likely be shot down, BUT please check transformer basics.
Electret condenser microphones ?? WHY would anyone want one in the first instance?? Bass boomy, treble screetchy, PERFECT for digital!!.
A half decent dynamic is far more desirable, and doesnt require ( 48 volts, no less) biasing voltages, nor does it kill superb little microphone coupling transformers of yesteryear.
I agree on not using an electret in a circuit that isn't meant for it, but they can be found with biasing tensions as low as a few volts. No 48V needed.
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