I play the guitar and am using a “C-Ducer” pick-up that requires phantom power. In addition, the guitar audio signal needs to be sent over a Shure UHF (U1/U4) wireless system. How can I phantom power the guitar pick-up in a wireless arrangement?
First consult the user manual of the guitar pick-up to determine the phantom power voltage requirements. If it can be powered at the standard 48-volts DC level, the Stewart Audio BPS-1 Phantom Power Supply will work. The BPS-1 is a small package powered by standard alkaline 9-volt batteries and includes a belt clip. Use the Shure model WA310 Microphone Adapter Cable “4-pin Mini Connector (TA4F) to XLR(F)” to connect the BPS-1 power supply to the Shure wireless transmitter. Finally, adjust the gain level of the transmitter for best audio transmission without distortion.