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No it's not a sealed mic... there are three Philips head screws under the label ring just below the pop screen. You can either peel up the ring and loose the Audio Technica logo and markings or, as I did, simply use a razor blade to cut out around the screw holes.

After opening your mic you can GENTLY peel the foam from the condenser film to boost performance and response but only if you have a very good pop filter.

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Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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