Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have an AKG c414 B-ULS and for quite some time it has been making a very noticable windy, crackling noise (like someone is blowing onto the mic, and the sound of a wood fire almost).
I had the mic repaired by akg for £250 about 2 years ago and the problem did stop for a while (couldn't say how long) but now it has returned and i cannot afford to have it repaired again.
I'm not at all sure what the problem is myself but i remember the akg man saying that it was a loose screw (possiblly earth screw).
Anyway, any help would be hugely appreciated.
Had the same problem. Check the ground (earth) is attached properly to the mic. This will cause the signal to be interrupted and can also cause a phasing problem. A lot of techs don't check that when you send them for repair
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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