what kind of Din connector is this?

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pucho812

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Anyone know where I can find this 3 pin din or equivalent. Found a few more km84's in the studio storage but they are not the i version.
 

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Michael Tibes

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I'm not sure, but I wonder whether these mics can handle 48V phantom? I know these plugs with a different type of phantom powering called 'Tonaderspeisung'. In that case 48V might blow the electronics. Only in case you are not aware of the possibility ;-)

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I'm not sure, but I wonder whether these mics can handle 48V phantom? I know these plugs with a different type of phantom powering called 'Tonaderspeisung'. In that case 48V might blow the electronics. Only in case you are not aware of the possibility ;-)

Michael
Possible. They may have their own psu but I doubt it here. The mic is a km84 not a km84i by that point Neumann was on the 48v phantom standard and the only difference is the i versions have xlr connectors vs the non I versions which have din
 
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