You can make the Tuchel to xlr yourself if you know the correct
pinouts--Sennheiser can tell you this. "T" or Phantom power supplies
are made by a number of companies, including PSC, Denecke, Neumann,
etc.. Try Trew Audio or Coffey Sound
for these, they might even have used ones.
In article <email@example.com>,
>I am looking for a power supply and tuchel to xlr adapter for a
>Does anyone know where I might purchase one?
Sennheiser will sell you a tuchel connector or a cable with one on the
The power supply can be a project box with a 9V battery in it. You
just supply +9V on one pin and get signal off the other pin. Nothing
fancy... you could build one into an Altoids box in an hour.
I probably could sell you an inline power supply that takes button batteries,
but frankly the first time you have to change the batteries you'll wish you
made your own with a 9V.
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."