ESP Project 50 Microphone Circuit Test Oscillator

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ESP Project 50 Microphone Circuit Test Oscillator
A portable tone generator that outputs mic level signal can be put to a number of good uses- to make quick work of sorting out long cable runs, troubleshooting cables on the fly, even as a rudimentary test device for your latest preamp build. Using a circuit provided by Rod Elliott of Elliott Sound Products, a DIY tone generator can be both simple to build and affordable. <a href=""><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-5476" alt="esp elliott sound products mic test tone generator recording diy audio" src="" width="300" height="94" /></a> <strong>Microphone Circuit Test Oscillator Features:</strong> <ul> <li>Utilizes one dual-opamp (1458, 4558, or LM358)- one stage for the oscillator, the other as an output buffer</li> <li>Oscillation achieved via a simple resistor-capacitor phase shift network; tunable via potentiometer (R1 in the above schematic)</li> <li>Unaffected by phantom power</li> <li>Very low current draw (operates off 9V battery)</li> </ul> <strong>Price:</strong> <ul> <li><strong>$20.80</strong> in components, not including enclosure</li> </ul> <strong>More Information:</strong> <ul> <li>View <a href="">Mouser project file </a>containing the needed components</li> <li>Full details and circuit theory on ESP's <a href="">web page </a></li> </ul>

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December 7, 2015 @ 21:59:43 Peterson Goodwyn

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  1. Since this circuit is not affected by phantom power, is there any way that this circuit could be modified to indicate if phantom power is present?

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