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I designed this schematic after viewing the typical phantom power supply circuit. But i am still not sure that the dynamic microphone will work or not. Please take a look and tell me. enter image description here

I just connected the dynamic microphone element 2 wires with the pin 2 and pin 3 of XLR cable to use it with the interface even when the phantom power is turned on. And i connected pin 1 to the metal body of the same microphone that is covering the circuit and element. Will this work perfectly? Or do i need to change something inside it.

Thanks alot.!

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    \$\begingroup\$ I asked very easy question. And no one is helping me why?? \$\endgroup\$ – Xaidi Jul 22 '15 at 14:49
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I'm not sure what you're expecting for an answer. Your microphone is not connected to phantom power. Phantom on pin 1 is a standard. This will have no effect on your microphone. If you're really worried about it, take a lesson from Shure's SM series, and put a transformer between the microphone element and XLR connection.

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Yes, you have it wired correctly and it will work fine.

It doesn't matter if the mixer has phantom power or not, since both pins 2 and 3 will be at 48 VDC and the capsule will have 0 VDC across it. It's best to turn off phantom if you can, though, in case of small imbalances and to prevent loud pop noises.

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