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53937

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

"I should mention that there is a counter suggestion that leaving a plug in a socket with sprung contacts over time reduces the contact pressure and itself
Scott Fraser
8:42 AM
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53936

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

The problem could also be that the weight of the cable has slightly deflected the jack, causing a microfracture on the circuit board. These sort of
Scott Fraser
May 24
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53935

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

Not advertising but I hope informing - we stock a "Socket Saver" cable as Peter refers to. It is intended to save wear, tear and stress on 3.5 mm sockets. The
nick_felmicamps
May 24
#53935
 
53934

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

I just spray a little on a rag and wipe the plug, then plug it in before it dries, and twist it back and forth a couple of times. I've also started using a
Peter Shute
May 24
#53934
 
53933

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

It is not static - it is an intermittent contact that is the problem. This is made far worse when there is DC on the line as with PIP, as the slightest
madl74
May 23
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53932

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

Do you just clean the plug Peter? Any tips of using this stuff? I am starting to get some crackles with my LS10 and mic plugs and would like to cure it.
vickipowys
May 23
#53932
 
53931

Re: Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to

Stand by for lectures about the inherent unreliability of 3.5mm plugs. If it only affects the Shure's cable and not the ME66's, it sounds like the problem is
Peter Shute
May 23
#53931
 
53930

Static in LS-11 with Shure A96F cable/jack - which equipment to repl

Hi Everyone,   I have been recording bird vocalisations with Olympus LS-11, powered ME66/K6, and Shure A96F microphone cable for a few years now.    During
Greg Irving
May 23
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53929

Re: Minimum voltage for rechargeable batteries

Thanks you for your help on this!
amandine.gasc
May 22
#53929
 
53928

Re: Minimum voltage for rechargeable batteries

Hi! The best thing to do is to consult the manufacturer's data sheet for the type & model of the battery that you have. Then follow those recommendations.
GMO Mail
May 20
#53928
 
53927

Re: Minimum voltage for rechargeable batteries

... Amandine, It's an "all depends on" answer as there are so many types and variations of rechargeable battery available, but I'll hazard an answer. The old
madl74
May 20
#53927
 
53926

some fresh fuel for thought

'Natural' sounds improve mood and productivity, study finds http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2015-05/asoa-si050715.php
rock_scallop
May 20
#53926
 
53925

How can I power and amplify "Primo EM-172 capsules" to a line-in lev

Hello, I am totally new to the field and want to make a start in recording in nature, mainly for general ambient sounds and birds in forests etc. So far I
skoulatosm
May 19
#53925
 
53924

Minimum voltage for rechargeable batteries

Hi field recorders! I looked for an answer in previous discussion but cannot find any. I am interested in knowing your advice concerning a minimum voltage for
amandine.gasc
May 19
#53924
 
53923

New file uploaded to naturerecordists

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the naturerecordists group. File :
naturerecordists@yahoogroups.com
May 17
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