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Thanks R&G. It just surprised me that Sennheiser seem to have a pretty fundamentally different way of building the MKE1 and ME2, despite the obvious difference in quality of capsule, cable, etc. Both of these mics are designed for the same transmitters.
Just for anyone searching in the future, I got a Rode VXLR Pro and this works with all three mics. It's also about five times heavier than the Deity D-XLR, which now seems more like a passive adaptor to me. I suspect the Deity is a very different design and isn't supplying power in the same way - maybe it's doing something clever with specific Deity mics.
Yes sir. Different transmitters can require different lavs to be wired different (specific) ways. So if a specific lav is wired to work with specific transmitter, it may not work with a different transmitter(and by extension, an adapter designed for a lav with a specific wiring pattern).