Question about ElectroVoice Electro Voice PolarChoice Satellie Microphone - Gooseneck Microphone (18") 301485000 Microphone
Hi, I live in Alice Springs in the middle of Australia, I would like to know how to dismantle my EV RE20 Microphones so I can find out what is loose in them, something is rattling around in them.
(They are both still working Ok)
Here's a schematic that displays the assembly of your mics. You should only need a hex tool, jewelers screwdriver, and some patience.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
I have the same prob with mine. I opened it and found that a little plastic thingy was loose UNDER the diaphram! I can't see any way, short of replacing the capsule, of fixing it. The mic works, sort of. It depends on the position you hold it. Not reliably!
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Odds are the problem is the foam that usually surrounds the capsules in these mics. eventually it dries out and decays. you can replace it yourself (see the previous message concerning disassembly) with open-cell foam, or you can have an electro voice service repair center do it. i can't recommend one in oz; in the US, location sound in north hollywood does it, relatively inexpensively (~$50).
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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