Question about Sony One-Point ECM-MS907 Consumer Microphone
I had a similar problem with my ECM-MS907.
The cable had broken near the mic and the right channel would drop in and out as i moved the cable.
Unfortunately the only solution is to open up the microphone, unsolder the cable, cut out the broken area and solder in the remainder of the cable.
I did this this morning and it was quite tricky. It's easy to open the microphone (3 screws) and the 3 solder pads (left, right and ground) are large and easy to solder to. The big problem is that the wires for left and right channels in the cable are very fine and insulated with enamel which is hard to strip (try just burning it off with the tip of the soldering iron).
Anyway, a bit of an involved fix... I wish this mic had a 3.5mm socket on the bottom instead of having the cable soldered in. I hate stuff that's not easily replaceable.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
The Source, Best Buy. Any good stereo store. Practicall any good quality cable can be used for that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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