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Phantom power is a 48V of DC voltage usually usually applied to the studio level condenser mics. In your case it is obviously not the issue. Just plug this mic in any recorder with a 1/8 jack and you'll be fine. BTW, from the Olympus site: "Just plug the TP-8 jack into the "MIC" jack of your recorder"
It is extremely unlikely that a 1/8" TRS microphone needs phantom power. Instead, it most likely needs plug-in-power. The difference is that phantom power is 48V, while plug-in-power can range from 3-5v. If you plug a plug-in-power device into a source of phantom power, there is a good chance you will damage it. Plug-in-power was originally a Sony thing, ...
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