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My Sennheiser MKH 416 Shorts In and Out

Sennheiser MKH 416 P48 shorts out when moved around quickly or is bumped. Gently tapping the mic brings a strong signal back. Sounds fine when not shorted out. Opened mic up and did not see any obvious damage, broken connections, or loose chips. I'm going to take it to a repair shop, but, was just wondering what I am in for. Thanks. -James

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You can send them to Pro Line Music
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215-736-8055
It will cost $65. for evaluation + parts+ aditional time past 1hr. + return shipping.

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You won't need a complete short to drain the battery much faster. Unless you can compare the figures to a known working one it's difficult for you to tell what is right and what is wrong.
Is this a handheld or a beltpack? Is it a genuine unit or a Chinese copy?
A set of GOOD batteries (Duracell, etc) should last between 6 and 8 hours minimum with these units.
If you have the tools you could take the unit apart and look for signs of failed components. A partial short circuit on a board due to moisture (from sweat or other liquids) can cause higher battery usage.
At the worst case, Sennheiser fixed price repair is around 60pounds exc vat.

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If the foam is in pieces, one piece of the foam can come to the element while speaking (or singing).
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This is quite common with G2's, and really annoying!
If you are lucky, 50% of the time the red button is pushed inside the mic.
You need to remove the bottom section:
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If the red button is not inside, they are available as a spare part from Sennheiser dealers.

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If you havent any experience with build electronic circuits, or soldering and the like, I suggest getting on of these. It runs of 2 9volt batts, or mains supply. Is the easiest way to go, and in reality, by the time you bought a decent case, sockets, and bits and peices to build one, you could get this one for $50. Too easy. I CAN build the stuff, but I would go this way. Plus it allows you to use 2 condensors if you want. And it does have the T-power 12 volt supply that the mic requires for operation. Is you need more info, please just ask. cheers

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