Ok, mine is US too and thought if you were in the UK it might be different, but both manuals show B. Also, A is the trigger and B the mic on the main unit so definitely surprising...Im for sure it’s A. I tried B first and it got nothing but silence, and I made sure to double check the cable and the inputs on the mic. I bought it in the US and I read the manual that said it should be B, so I was surprised too
I’m going to open my sensor unit and take some voltage checks on both lines to and from the main unit later this week and will report back.
Exactly, powered here usually means amplified speaker outputs. If you have the make and model, I‘ll be happy to double check the specs. No worries if not, I’ll run some tests and let you guys know.As for phantom power, I’m not sure. I have a very cheap “powered mixer” which means it is usually designed to power speakers that don’t have their own power source. I don’t have any button or switch or anything that tells me if phantom power is turned on or off, so I don’t know. But from what I can tell, it seems to work just like any regular mic, and it was actually pretty simple once I tried it out