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Want an inexpensive ribbon microphone with a Royer-like feature? The Nady RSM-5 has a ribbon motor similar to a Royer R121 but needs some help to live up to its potential.
In the RSM-5s I've seen, the ribbon material is thicker than specified and causes sub-optimal performance. This mic is spec'd as having a 2 micron ribbon but upon inspection I found the ribbon to be made from the same heavier 6 micron material used in the RSM-4.
And, about 30%-50% of the hundred or so Chinese-manufactured ribbon mics I've seen have come from the overseas manufacturer with improperly tensioned ribbons - often with 80% of the ribbon length sagging out of the magnetic gap.
So the first step to get an RSM-5 to be a top-shelf performer is to replace the stock ribbon with a lighter and more responsive 1.8 micron ribbon.
The ribbon motor used in this mic mimics the patented Royer technique of offset ribbon placement in the magnetic gap. In the Royer mics, the ribbon is placed closer to the front of the magnetic ribbon gap. This allows the ribbon to move further into the gap at high SPL and still remain in the magnetic field.
To avoid an obvious patent infringement, the RSM-5 has the ribbon located asymmetrically toward the back of the mic when it is addressed from the front! Simply use the back side of the RSM-5 and you'll get the same "offset ribbon / high SPL" benefit offered by the front side of a Royer ribbon. The offset ribbon placement has the additional benefit of providing different front and back frequency response curves - almost like two mics in one.
While asymmetrical ribbon placement is not ideal for M-S or Blumlein usage were a symmetrical figure 8 pattern is desired, the offset does offer the advantage of slightly different response between front and back.
Ribbon mics are simple devices, but a big part of their sound is the output transformer. Installation of a premium Lundahl ribbon microphone transformer will reduce midrange ringing distortion and really extend the low end of the RSM-5.
Once modified, this medium length 35mm ribbon mic offers a musically useful low frequency resonance without accentuating unwanted LF rumble. Plus the high frequency response sounds like a high quality ribbon mic should - righteous.
U can remove the lower kick panal on the frount of washer/reach up inside the washer to the door latch/ there should be a small round plastic tab coming out of the bottom of the door latch pull down on it that is the manual way of opening the door. Far as the f code it is most likely the door latch u can access it by removing the spring on the bellows at frount of washer. once in there remove door latch screws and wiring and reverse the steps to put back ...any more questions with it just ask ....and good luck....
This dispenser can be tricky, attched pic of dispenser area. The front cover assy releases by un-snapping the
the lower left and right edge openings. Once done lightly push upwards to release. Becareful there should be a small and short ribbon connector...release it. From here just pay attenion and look at each item before removing and reverse to reinstall.
first you nead to unplug the dryer.next you nead to remove the lint filter and remove the two screws that are under it.now grab the top on both sides and pull it forward and up.roll top back and let it lay on back wall.look between the drum and the frount panal and remove the two 5/16 screws one on both sides.next pull the frount panal forward 6"and pull up on the frount panal.rotate the frount panal and let it rest on the side of the dryer.you do not nead to remove the wires from the door switch.next look under dryer drum and you should see the old belt.remove the belt.next place the new belt over top of drum,next with your left hand grab the frount top of the drum and lift it about 2"and with your right hand grab the drum belt and feed it under the drum.2/3 the way back.next lay down in frount of dryer and look under the drum.you will see that the idler assembly neads to be reinastaled in the slot in frount of motor.with your right hand hold the idler assembly and with your left hand you nead to feed the drum belt thrugh the idler assembly and over the moter pully.next you nead to replace the frount panal to the two clips one on each side at the bottom.next with your left hand push back on the drum and with your right hand push the frount panal forward and set the drum with the frount panal and replace the two 5/16 screws.next lower the top panal and replace the two screws and the lint filter.plug the dryer in and test unit out.
first you nead to use a flat puddy knife to open the frount panal,place the puddy knife about 5" on the left and the right and push in and pull out on the frount panale.now you have axsess to the top panal.
open the door on the washer,in the middle rear just above the tub you will see the shute were the water comes in to the washer,make sure it is connected to the back panal,if is not than you will nead to remove the washer top door and cover assemble,there is a panal between the dryer and the washer,at the top of the panal on each side you will see a screw,remove them and remove the panal,at the back of the cover on each side you will see a clip with a 5/16 screw in it,remove the screws and slide the cover forward about 1 ",next lift the frount of the cover and on the right side you will see the door switch conneter,unhook the conneter and remove the cover,next you can see the water inlet shute,if is broken than replace it and hook it up to the back panal,next replace cover and panal and run a test run.
you have bad a bad roller.first you nead to remove the lint filter.next you nead to remove the two screw's at lint filter opening.now grage top on both side's and pull forward and up.ther are two 5/16# screw's one obnthe left and one on the right.pull frount panal forward and u[p to remove frount panal.position panal on the right side.reach under drum and release the drum belt.now you can take the drum belt and lift it up and remove the drum.now you see the right roller.ther is a plactic holder that hold's the roller on.remove the holder and remove the roller.replace the roller and the holder.now reinstall everthing.
When you open and close the lid on this printer, it tries to realign the ribbon. If you are getting this error, I suggestion you Calibrate the print ribbon through the print driver printing preferences on the Calibrate tab.
I don't believe that this motherboard supports simultaneous front and rear audio. That's the purpose of the jumpers; to route audio to the back panel when on and to the front panel when the front panel connectors are connected,