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Mic troubles mic cuts in and out seams to be mostly in the morning but sometimes in the evening. It's not the battery or cable connection, checked both and replaced the battery anyway.

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Re: mic troubles - Hisonic HS596B VHF Stage quality Wireless Microphone w/ 2 handheld & 2 lapel Microphone, 4 Transmit......

Check antena connections first

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I hear a white noise when I connect microphone with mixer (Behringer DX2000)

You posted this in questions about the Shure PG42 mic. That mic comes in two versions. There's the USB version which connects direct to a PC. Then there's the standard version which is used with a mixer. I presume you have the standard version as the Behringer doesn't have inputs for USB mics.

The standard version is a condenser mic. It needs power. The power is supplied by the mixer. It is known as phantom power because it travels up the mic cable from the mixer to the mic.

  • Make sure your mixer has phantom power switched on.
  • Use the correct mic cable: Either a 3 pin XLR to 3 pin XLR, or a 3 pin XLR to 3-pole jack (TRS). The leadis a balanced mic cable

  • Check the setting on the mic for attenuation. 0dB is no reduction in signal level. 20dB is a large reduction

  • Look at the Behringer's settings. Make sure you know what each control does and how it affects the sound. Pay particular attention to the effects send and return (FX SND RTN)
Most times there's an issue with no sound from a mic, it's usually down to a poor quality or broken cable; or no power; or the settings on the mixer.

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Rode NT3 Microphone Stopped Working

hi you will probablt find it has beed dropped or banged about a bit as they are usually really good and dont usually break unless they have been dropped or even got wet what you can d is check the battery terminals are good if still no joy then remove casing and check wires that goto the battery terminals failing this their isnt much you can do as you wont be able to get replacement parts because they dont repair these they just replace but check everything you can before you get rid of the unit ok let me know if you need further assistance

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Repair lavalier microphone

Lavalier microphone usually breaks by the cable, near the clip, 'cause talents mess with it during shots. here you will understand how to fix it.

Don't know what is the brand of this mic, but if have one that is similar, quite shure it will be fixed in the same way.

Detach mic from body pack or by phantom power injector.
write_tip-jzzyfeyvjm4ftyhthvyxbacz-3-0.jpgCry for the mess your collegues make with mic cables ...

Detect the problem ... in this case is clear u have to cut a piece of cable and resolder the capsule

with two pliers, gently twist the two pieces of the capsule to unscew it.

Now you have access to the mic PCB, solder points etc.
write_tip-jzzyfeyvjm4ftyhthvyxbacz-3-6.jpgWhen you will cut the damaged part of the cable remember to re-set screen and vibration pad in the same order like it's now (use that hoto as reference).

Take note of where shield and signal are soldered (mic do not work if reverse biased or works very bad ... and could be damaged)write_tip-jzzyfeyvjm4ftyhthvyxbacz-3-10.jpg

Desolder the cable and cut the damaged part.

Strip the cable tip (and recycle the plastic cover to insulate ground shield.
Pre-solder signal and shield tips.
write_tip-jzzyfeyvjm4ftyhthvyxbacz-3-21.jpgSet on the cable bumper and screen NOW (if you removed them) :D

Carefull position cable in correct position (remember the polarity you noted before).
pre-soldered tips touching the right pcb position.
Gently position soldering iron on the tips. Soldering on both sides (cable tip and pcb) will fuse and make the electric contacts.

It's time to re-assemble the whole thing.
Make a knot on the cable or use a cable tie to add mechanical strenght to the cable :D

Now your mic is (quite) new. Connect body pack or the phontom power injector and check it on your equipment.

Happy fixing :D

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I have an audio technica wireless mic with the 4 pin connector. We have purchased a new lavalier mic but are still having trouble with tge mic maintaining a connection. It keeps cutting in and out if you...

Mic plug has been replaced (new lav mic) so that leaves the mic jack connected to the body transmitter. Corrosion is a possibility...

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but I think it's something to do with the mic jack on the transmitter. Some units solder these connectors directly to the internal PC board and after a while, the solder connections break. Have a tech open it up and closely inspect the input jack's solder pads.

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My Audio-Technica AT4033CL mic worked great up until recently. it has been cutting out and not picking up sound constantly, i have to tap it in order for it to pick sound up again, sometimes it stays...

The most common problem at these cases is a loose of the phantom power. Take a closer look at all the connections and check that the phantom power supply voltage is enabled at the mixer. If it's possible check with a multimeter that you have 48V DC at the 2 - e pins of the XLR connector.

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most likely a loose connection inside suggest,
check battery is held tight in place, if not then it might be possible to very gently bend the battery terminals just enough to help the connection.
if not battery connections then its inside the mic could be the power or the capsule wiring, need a tech or the dealer to take a look

hope this helps
thanks for using FixYa

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Shure sm58 just started outputting very low volume. It has been working fine with our system for years. Tried other sm58 mics on the same mic cable with same system setup and no troubles. There is still...

Check your wire connections inside the mic where the xlr cable connects to the mic. Hopefully your mic has never been dropped as this will damage it. The sm58 is pretty much indestructible, so check your cabling that you use, try a different channel.

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During performances the mic signal cuts out and comes back in. What are some causes of that problem?

If it is wireless mic, then either low battery, interference from other devices, or damaged element in the mic.

If it is wired, then damaged element or more likely a bad cable is at fault.

Also if you are using a noise gate and the threshold is set too high would do it.

You don't mention what type mic. I will say that most mics do NOT bounce very well and elements are often broken.

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I have an ECM-MS907 Sony mike. I started having some issues with a wierd buzz and then I realized that my cord was frayed. Is there anywhere I can get a replacement cord? The issue I see with replacing...

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.

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