EMP

EMPEMP Electret Mic Power Supply

 

The EMP nicknamed “The Eumel” (pronounce “Oymal”, german for widget) is exactly that: A small widget that allows hardwired use of lavalier mikes. It converts Phantom +48V to 5.6V electret power and outputs the signal electronically balanced with low impedance.

A range of models is available with standard sockets to fit the plugs of most popular wireless microphone systems wired either as 2 or 3 wired configurations.

Size & Weight
Dimensions:
approx. 50 mm
OD x approx. 10 mm, Weight:
approx. 55 g

MODELS

 

EMP5S
Electret Power Adapter for all Lectrosonics
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Switchcraft 5-pin TA5M

EMP3L
Electret Power Adapter for Sennheiser SK 50 or SL 250 transmitter
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Lemo 3-pin

EMP3.5
Electret Power Adapter for Sennheiser Evolution
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter 1/8" mini Jack

EMP4S
Electret Power Adapter for Shure
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Switchcraft 4-pin

EMP6L
Electret Power Adapter for Audio Ltd. TX2040, TX2020 and Envoy Blue
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Lemo 6-pin series 2C

EMP2B
Electret Power Adapter for DPAPhantom 48 volts
electret converter DPA coaxial

EMP2L
Electret Power Adapter for Sennheiser 1000 series
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Lemo coax

EMP4L
Electret Power Adapter for new Audio Ltd. Mini-TX (2040 Range)
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter 
Lemo series 0B 4-pin

EMP8L
Electret Power Adapter for Micron (old)
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Lemo 8-pin series 2C

EMP06L
Electret Power Adapter for Micron (new)
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Lemo 6-pin series 0B

EMP3S
Electret Power Adapter for AKG
Phantom 48 volts
electret converter Switchcraft 3-pin TA3M

 

Models shown for Lemo 3-pin, 3.5mm TRS and TA5M

 

TA5F for Lectrosonics

     
     
  

Lemo 3-pin for Sennheiser and Audio Ltd. miniTX

 

3.5mm TRS for Sennheiser G3

 

 

A "Must-have" field accessory

 

EMP adaptors are a crucial accessory to have in your field kit. They can be a life saver when you need to go "Hardwired" with your lavaliers when needed.