DMP3 with one condenser mic and one guitar via XLR
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    Question DMP3 with one condenser mic and one guitar via XLR

    I have a DMP3 and I want to use it to record one condenser (with Phantom Power) and a Takamine Acoustic/Electric guitar connected using a Whirlwind IMP2 Direct Box, with a XLR cable going to the DMP3 from the direct box, both at the same time.

    The question is, what happens if I turn on the Phantom Power for the condenser mic in XLR channel 1 while the guitar is also connected to XLR Channel 2?

    Will the Phantom Power blow the Takamine's electronics up?

    Willy.
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    I don't think this would be a problem, however, you'll want to check with Whirlwind to be sure.

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