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BROKEN CONNECTION We let the kids play one night and when they were finished they couldn't figure out how to disconnect the mic from the wiring harness. They twisted the cable which twisted the wiring inside the mic breaking the connection (must of learned it through their father). I attempted to reconnect the connections but was unsuccessful. I'm looking for a new female 6 pin connector to reattach and the wiring instructions so I get the connections right or any other suggestions for reconnecting the wiring. I've searched the internet for a wiring diagram (no luck) and went to Radio Shack to see if I could find a female connector (again no luck). Suggestions? P.S. it would probably be easier to get it fixed right!

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You need to replaced the "voice coil". that thing that youve been desoldering and soldering is the voice coil. It has two wires- white and black. it is already grounded and need to be replace (the fact that it humms..). my company distribute wow magic sing here in Philippines and we can easily repair that.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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SOURCE: I did not use my mic for about 6 months. It was

If it is an adapter type power supply, you may need a new adapter. If this type of supply is left plugged into the wall over time it can burn out from overheating or transients in the power etc. Also it appears that these have rechargeable batteries in them. Have you tried putting double A batteries in the battery compartment if there is one? The website is :

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: magic (karaoke) mic sound delay problem when connected to HDTV

Ok..I found a workable solution. Essentially using my HDTV only for the lyrics(video output) and using a RCA to stereo mini plug cable to send the sound output to my amplifier that has a analog stereo input. Works like magic. No delay. It went from being unusable to WOW!

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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See if the microphone connector wiggles. It shouldn't move, but if it does, the legs on the connector can snap inside.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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Contact Enter Tech at and ask about a replacement cable. It sounds like it's wired wrong and I couldn't find any details on the correct wiring on their web site. So, just replacing the cable is the best way out.

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Ignore GazllFixIt...

If it's dead, a connection is already broken inside.

Much more unlikely is that the capsule is at fault - and if it is you can't make things any worse anyway.

Who cares if you break a connection when you take it apart - as long as you can use a soldering iron, it's easy enough to fix. If you can't, why would you be taking apart in the first place ;)

You'd be mad to send it to Sennheiser to solder 1 or 2 points then send it back to you! Waste of time and money.

Try learning something yourself, especially if it only cost $10 and doesn't work to begin with.

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If you are hearing something (it should sound absolutely fine, clear, loud etc), ...find the broken connection elsewhere...but also, be happy because it definately still works and is definately fixable and you can do it yourself.

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