Re: Andy You don't need an adapter


Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Andy,

No you don't need fantom power it is called plug-in power it is on the same menu. Well we have "Be My Eyes" and AIRA who could provide assistance. However, as you know a lot of people here have the H6. Curtesy of Patrick here's a layout of the menu structure. The numbers represent how deep the level into the menus.

H6 Menu; press the menu button to go back a level

*1 PROJECT LIST
2 FOLDER1 to FOLDER10

*1 INPUT&OUTPUT; Menu is context sensitive, thus paired channels are grouped.
2 Lo Cut
3 Track L&R
3 Track1
3 Track2
3 Track3
3 Track4
3 All
2 Comp/Limiter
3 Track L&R
3 Track1
3 Track2
3 Track3
3 Track4
3 All
2 MS-RAW Monitor
3 Stereo
3 RAW
2 Phantom
3 On/Off
4 Track1
4 Track2
4 Track3
4 Track4
4 All
3 Voltage
4 +12V
4 +24V
4 +48V
2 Plugin Power
3 Off
3 On
2 Monitor Mixer
3 Tr L&R Pan
4 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
3 Tr L&R Level
4 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
3 Tr1 Pan
4 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
3 Tr1 Level
4 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
3 Tr2 Pan
4 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
3 Tr2 Level
4 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
3 Tr3 Pan
4 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
3 Tr3 Level
4 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
3 Tr4 Pan
4 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
3 Tr4 Level
4 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
2 VU Meter
4 There are 3 VU meters on LCD.
4 0VU= -10dBFS to -20dBFS
2 Line Out Level
-30dBu to 0dBu
2 MS Matrix
3 track 1/2
3 track 3/4
4 on/off
4 Mid Level
4 Side Level
4 Track Setting
5 tr1=Mid/tr2=Side
5 tr1=side/tr2=mid

*1 REC
2 Rec Format
3 WAV44.1kHz/16bit
3 WAV44.1kHz/24bit
3 WAV48kHz/16bit
3 WAV48kHz/24bit
3 WAV96kHz/16bit
3 WAV96kHz/24bit
3 MP3 48kbps
3 MP3 56kbps
3 MP3 64kbps
3 MP3 80kbps
3 MP3 96kbps
3 MP3 112kbps
3 MP3 128kbps
3 MP3 160kbps
3 MP3 192kbps
3 MP3 224kbps
3 MP3 256kbps
3 MP3 320kbps
2 Auto Rec
3 On/off
4 Off
4 On
3 Set Start & Stop Level
4 Start Level
5 -48dB to 0dB
5 Stop Level
6 -48dB to 0dB
3 Auto Stop
4 Off
4 0sec
4 1sec
4 2sec
4 3sec
4 4sec
2 Pre Rec
3 On
3 off
2 Backup Rec
3 On
3 Off
2 Project Name
3 Default
3 Date
2 Sound Marker
3 mode
4 Off
4 Rec Start
4 Rec Start and End
3 Sound
4 Sine
4 Slate
4 Hi Q
3 Level
4 (5 default)

*1 PLAY
2 AB Repeat
3 Use REW key and FF Key, and push the up/down key.
2 Play Mode
3 Play One
3 Play All
3 Repeat one
3 Repeat All

*1 PROJECT MENU
2 select project
3 Information
Displayed information of the recorded file on LCD.
3 Voice Memo
4 Add the voice memo for recorded files with Rec button and Stop Button.
3 Mark List
4 Displayed Mark list if you add the mark to recorded or recording file.
3 Project Mixer
4 Tr L&R Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr L&R Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr L&R Key
5 b6 to 0 to #6
4 Tr1 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr1 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr1 Key
5 b6 to 0 to #6
4 Tr2 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr2 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr2 Key
5 b6 to 0 to #6
4 Tr3 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr3 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr3 Key
5 b6 to 0 to #6
4 Tr4 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr4 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr4 Key
5 b6 to 0 to #6
3 Playback Speed
4 50% to 0% to 150%
3 Backup File
4 Off
4 On
3 Edit
4 Rename
5 Change the characters with up/down key and Rec key.
4 Normalize
5 Track L&R
5 Track1
5 Track2
5 Track3
5 Track4
4 Backup L&R
5 All
4 Divide
5 Use REW key and FF Key, and push the up/down key.
4 Trim
5 Use REW key and FF Key, and push the up/down key.
3 Overdub
4 Tr L&R Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr L&R Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr L&R Lo Cut
5 237Hz, 220Hz, 203Hz, 185Hz, 168Hz, 150Hz, 133Hz, 115Hz, 98Hz, 80Hz, Off
4 Tr L&R Comp
5 Off, Comp1, Comp2,Comp3, Limiter1, Limiter2, Limiter3
4 Tr L&R Plugin
5 On, Off
4 Tr 1 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr 1 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr 1 Lo Cut
5 237Hz, 220Hz, 203Hz, 185Hz, 168Hz, 150Hz, 133Hz, 115Hz, 98Hz, 80Hz, Off
4 Tr 1 Comp
5 Off, Comp1, Comp2,Comp3, Limiter1, Limiter2, Limiter3
4 Tr 1 Phantom
5 Off, +12V, +24V, +48V
4 Tr 2 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr 2 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr 2 Lo Cut
5 237Hz, 220Hz, 203Hz, 185Hz, 168Hz, 150Hz, 133Hz, 115Hz, 98Hz, 80Hz, Off
4 Tr 2 Comp
5 Off, Comp1, Comp2,Comp3, Limiter1, Limiter2, Limiter3
4 Tr 2 Phantom
5 Off, +12V, +24V, +48V
4 Tr 3 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr 3 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr 3 Lo Cut
5 237Hz, 220Hz, 203Hz, 185Hz, 168Hz, 150Hz, 133Hz, 115Hz, 98Hz, 80Hz, Off
4 Tr 3 Comp
5 Off, Comp1, Comp2,Comp3, Limiter1, Limiter2, Limiter3
4 Tr 3 Phantom
5 Off, +12V, +24V, +48V
4 Tr 4 Pan
5 R100 to R1 Center L1 to L100
4 Tr 4 Level
5 Mute -48dB to 0.0dB to +12dB
4 Tr 4 Lo Cut
5 237Hz, 220Hz, 203Hz, 185Hz, 168Hz, 150Hz, 133Hz, 115Hz, 98Hz, 80Hz, Off
4 Tr 4 Comp
5 Off, Comp1, Comp2,Comp3, Limiter1, Limiter2, Limiter3
4 Tr 4 Phantom
5 Off, +12V, +24V, +48V
3 Mixdown
4 Select Format
5 WAV44.1kHz/16bit
5 WAV44.1kHz/24bit
5 WAV48kHz/16bit
5 WAV48kHz/24bit
5 WAV96kHz/16bit
5 WAV96kHz/24bit
5 MP3 48kbps
5 MP3 56kbps
5 MP3 64kbps
5 MP3 80kbps
5 MP3 96kbps
5 MP3 112kbps
5 MP3 128kbps
5 MP3 160kbps
5 MP3 192kbps
5 MP3 224kbps
5 MP3 256kbps
5 MP3 320kbps
4 Execute
5 Do Mixdown when you push the up/down key.
3 Rebuild
4 Yes, No
3 Trash
3 Delete
3 Delete All Projects

*1 TOOL
2 Tuner
3 Chromatic
3 Guitar
3 Bass
3 Open A
3 Open D
3 Open E
3 Open G
3 DADGAD
2 Metronome
3 Click
4 Off, Rec and Play, Rec Only, Play Only
3 Pre Count
4 Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Special
3 Tempo
4 40.0 to 120.0 to 250.0
3 Sound
4 Bell, Click, Stick, Cowbell, Hi-Q
3 Pattern
4 0/4, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 8/4, 6/8,
3 Level
4 0 to 10

*1 SYSTEM
2 Date/Time
3 Year, Month, Day, H, M, S
2 Backlight
3 Power Saving
4 Off, On(Low-Backlight), On(Backlight-Off)
3 Brightness
4 Low, Mid, High
2 Battery
3 Alkaline
3 Ni-MH
2 Software Version
2 Displayed every system version on LCD.
System Version 1.10
Boot Version 1.00
Subsystem Version 1.00
2 factory Reset
3 Yes
3 No

*1 LANGUAGE
2 English
2 Japanese


*1 SD CARD
2 rename
2 Format
2 Performance Test
*1 USB
2 Card Reader
2 Audio Interface
3 Stereo Mix
4 PC/MAC
4 PC/MAC Using Battery Power
4 IPad Using Battery Power
3 Multitrack
4 PC/MAC
4 PC/MAC Using Battery Power

***USB Menus.
Once you've selected your interface type, input metering is displayed
*1 Input/output
2 Lo Cut
3 Track L&R
3 Track1
3 Track2
3 Track3
3 Track4
3 All
2 Comp/Limiter
3 Track L&R
3 Track1
3 Track2
3 Track3
3 Track4
3 All
2 direct monitor
3 on
3 off
2 MS-RAW Monitor
3 Stereo
3 RAW
2 Phantom
3 On/Off
4 Track1
4 Track2
4 Track3
4 Track4
4 All
3 Voltage
4 +12V
4 +24V
4 +48V
2 Plugin Power
3 Off
3 On
2 Loopback (listed, though unavailable in multitrack mode)
3 Off
3 On
2 Mixer
3 track pan
4 Track L Pan
4 track L Level
4 track R Pan
4 Track R level
same for the xlr/trs connecters
2 VU Meter
4 There are 3 VU meters on LCD.
4 0VU= -10dBFS to -20dBFS
2 Line Out Level
-30dBu to 0dBu
2 MS Matrix
3 track 1/2
3 track 3/4
4 on/off
4 Mid Level
4 Side Level
4 Track Setting
5 tr1=Mid/tr2=Side
5 tr1=side/tr2=mid

*1 Tool
2 Tuner
3 Chromatic
3 Guitar
3 Bass
3 Open A
3 Open D
3 Open E
3 Open G
3 DADGAD
*1 exit
2 No
2 Yes

On 25 Apr 2021, at 12:51, Andy via groups.io <meikle.aiden=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi again Gena.

In Neil Ewars Review of the H6, he slightly mentions this socket and I was aware of it. But as you said, you need to go into Settings and selectPhantom and then how much power you require.

Incidentally once connected the X Y's are disarmed.

I quite hate the Settings menue. I know you get into them by pressing the settings button and out again by pressing the same button again, after makeing your changes and you do this via the joggle, pressing in to select, then menu again to get out.

. Most of the options in there probably don't concern me.

Once you have secured sighted assistance, for example, you could select 24 bit Wave at 192 Khz, so just like that, you can make other general settings, like setting up Phantom power,However because the menues don't speak, you really need sighted assistance to choose the general settings at the start.

So what do you do when you no longer need Phantom for a particular mic, Get sighted assistance again and and again so on.

This is why I'm buying 2 sets of BSM 9's. One set can go into this mini socket. And will not require Phantom, I think and the other mike is being converted to Twin XLR's, which may.

With this set up, I turn Phantom power on at the XLR side and off at the mini socket level.

Well, that's my theory! I can only try and if I'm right, then I'll have no need to frequently cry out for assistance from a sighted person.


Regarding the 1.5v pp9 battery/filter modules, I have been advised that Macro Madness have stopped making them, wonder why they would do that ???

They do suggest as an alternative:

Hi Andy,


The only problem is we discontinued our battery/filter modules. What we can do is wire them directly into phantom power converters or makeup an adapter cable with phantom. Your thoughts?


Thanks,
Mike

I'm getting this work done. I think but MM are very slow in responding to messages, so it will be a little bit of time yet.

Strange though Gena, why would they discontinu a product which they say is essential for another one of their products to work?

As I said at the start of this thread, I plugged the BSM 9's directly into my LS50 without the need of such a power pack?

Very best wishes.

Andy Logue.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Georgina Joyce" <gena@gena-j.me.uk>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2021 5:12 PM
Subject: [all-audio] Andy You don't need an adapter


Hello Andy,

If you feel your X Y microphone on the right side. The face with the release button. The top back corner is a 3.5mm socket. That is where you put your binaural microphones. Of course you also need to turn it on in the menu system. All this is described on page 88 of the manual.

Regards,



Georgina


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