Whirlwind MicPower 2

2-channel Battery/AC-powered 48V Phantom Power Supply
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Two Channels of Reliable 48V Phantom Power!

The Whirlwind MicPower 2 phantom power supply gives you an affordable, portable way to use high-quality condenser microphones with nonpowered recorders and mixers. If your recording interface or small-format mixer lacks its own phantom power source, just plug into the Whirlwind MicPower 2 and give up to two of your condenser mics the true 48V phantom power they need. The MicPower 2 runs for hours on four AA batteries, or you can use its included AC adapter. Either way, the MicPower 2 will provide your microphones with ultra-quiet, reliable 48V phantom power.

Whirlwind's 2-channel MicPower 2 Phantom Power Supply Features at a Glance:
  • Affordable and portable true 48V phantom power source
  • 2 channels
  • XLR I/O
  • Runs on 4 x AA batteries or included power supply
  • Ultra-quiet circuitry won't affect your sound
The Whirlwind MicPower 2 provides reliable 48V phantom power to your condenser mics when you need it!

Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Power 1 x AC Adapter (included) or 4 x AA
Inputs 2 x XLR
Outputs 2 x XLR
Manufacturer Part Number MICP2

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Wanted to be able to run my Shure SM81 as wireless, and this gadget sure comes through. SM81 into it, battery powered phantom option, Shure WA310 - TA4F to XLRF into a Line 6 transmitter and I'm cable free. A little pricey but it sure delivers. Really convenient to be able to swap instruments without the danger of a cable snagging something. Does one thing (well, two I guess) but does that thing superbly well.
Music background: Music Director, Celtic mandolin/bouzouki et al.

Very nice

A very useful gadget. Like to use my Shure SM81 for mandolin, tenor guitar & bouzouki. And wanted to untether the mic stand for quick stage reconfigurations. This allows me to run the condenser into one of my Line6 transmitters for the instruments. If I wanted to use a second condenser, I'd have room for it too, but I'm content to use a dynamic for the vocal/fiddle mic so far. It's very light weight so it sits on a small tray on the mic stand easily. It's nice that I could plug it in if I needed to I suppose, but I've only used the battery option. And it's a backup if I need to pull out the little Roland amp that doesn't offer phantom power but can run on batteries if I need to be loud off the grid.
Music background: Gigging musician, Celtic persuasion.
See also: Phantom Power Supplies, Whirlwind, Whirlwind Phantom Power