Question about M-Audio Aries Professional Microphone
Hi gilleland. About a year ago you posted about an issue with your aries condenser mic. I'm having the same issue and was wondering what you ended up doing. I'm at a loss as to what to do at this point. I've had it in a box for a little over a year and when I finally got an interface with phantom power is when I noticed it. So basically, it's brand new and never used but past it's warranty. Any advice/info you could give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a ton.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: M-Audio Aries Mic
It's very hard to tell without actually being there to take a look, could it be that when you tap the mic it;s the conncetion between the XLR and the mic that your hear...? if it's only a few months old and you can't find a solution take it back and get a replacament..
Jay.D Bsc Music Technology
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
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