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Re: Cable for stealth rig

Nice to hear that & thanks :) Glad I could help. Jonas ... ✺ ✺ ✺ http://jonasgru.sk Nice to hear that & thanks :) Glad I could help. Jonas On 26 Mar
Jonas Gruska
Mar 26
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23685

Re: Cable for stealth rig

OH! hey Jonas! I've come across your recordings before! I like your stuff very much Ben
blegottesman
Mar 26
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23684

Re: Cable for stealth rig

There is a schematic for a battery box in the files of this group, that is the easiest solution. BTW, I make my mics on completely separate cables connecting
Jonas Gruska
Mar 26
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23683

Re: Cable for stealth rig

Jonas, definitely don't need to go this route, it is just the way I did it once before. Definitely open to new and better ways! I will go with the mogami
blegottesman
Mar 26
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23682

Re: Cable for stealth rig

Why go to RCA males? Are your mic capsules already wired up to rca females? Typically you'd just go 3.5mm male plug on one side and the mic capsules on the
Casey Connor
Mar 26
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23681

Re: Cable for stealth rig

There is no problem using balanced cables for unbalanced connections. Just tie one of the lines in twisted pair to shielding. I use the for the exact same
Jonas Gruska
Mar 26
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Re: Cable for stealth rig

Also, I would need unbalanced cable, as the mic input on the edirol r09hr is unbalanced. Again, the rig is 2 capsules wired to 1 stereo jack into a recorder
blegottesman
Mar 26
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23679

Re: Cable for stealth rig

Do you really need that to be like that? I tried various brands of the type of cable you're describing. Nothing even came close to the Mogami solution. You can
Jonas Gruska
Mar 26
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Re: Cable for stealth rig

Hey, sorry if I wasn't clear. I am using two capsules that I hook up to 1 3.5 mm stereo jack into my recorder. I am new to making these, but as I understand
blegottesman
Mar 26
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Re: Cable for stealth rig

Was going to suggest the Mogami W2697 myself. And if you are plugging just a single mic in, you can use the Mogami
Casey Connor
Mar 26
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Re: Cable for stealth rig

I can recommend the one I use for the microphones I sell. http://www.canford.co.uk/Products/30-910_MOGAMI-2697-CABLE Small diameter (2.5mm), flexible and well
Jonas Gruska
Mar 26
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Cable for stealth rig

Hey guys, I do a lot of stealth field recordings with my primo-172s, but I am so dissatisfied with the thick, and unflexible chord I am using (converted 3.5
blegottesman
Mar 26
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23674

Re: Strange Wind/Squeek Noise in Tube Mic

Thanks guys. I decided to swap the tube and did so with 2 other NOS CV3929 and both we're bad (unlucky). I decided then to use some EF800 I have, swapped a
sethinspain
Mar 26
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Re: Strange Wind/Squeek Noise in Tube Mic

This sound is a connector or capacitor failing issue. Someone has already mentioned reseating the tube. Check every connection pay attention to the Capsule
Jules Ryckebusch
Mar 25
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Re: Strange Wind/Squeek Noise in Tube Mic

... If the noise comes and goes, it is by no means certain that it is the tube. But they are cheap enough, surely, to have spares. If you can fix it by
David Pickett
Mar 25
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