Hi, amateur podcaster here, sorting out a new recording set-up. I've just purchased a Behringer Xenyx 302 USB mixer to connect my microphone to my laptop for recording. However, I didn't realise that the main mic input is permanently phantom powered (no way to switch it off). When I connect my SM58 mic to it, I get a lot of static. I'm guessing this is because the SM58 isn't designed to be used with phantom power. So, what's the best way around this? Is there a similar mixer without phantom power, so I can send the mixer back and get that instead? Can I somehow stop the phantom power causing noise? Should I just get a cheap condenser mic to replace the SM58? Any thoughts appreciated.