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I need to take apart a beta 52 kick drum mic but i can't work it out further than unscrewing the wind shield could anybody help?

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Hi matt

The capsule can be released from its mounts for replacement by popping back the clips that retain it. I need to take apart - 9f4b878.jpg
Is this what you were intending to do.


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