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I have no sound from my E6

Alright...my E6 just stopped working.  I plug a regular headset or lav mic into the body pack and the mics work great but the E6 gives me nothing.  I thought it might be a short but when I wiggle the connections or unions, there is no crackle or pop.  Any ideas??? or known problems??  Thanks.

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Check the headset closely around the mic capsule and ear attachment for placing the mic on your ear. This is prone to problems from bending the mic to fit different people. You may find a break in the metal under clear rubber material. Also the cable itself could have a problem. Countryman sells the cable and it unplugs rather easily. There is a junction in the cable that is actually a plug. You can pull it apart there. Be careful as the mic is very expensive. Also countryman provides excellent technical support. Good luck.

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Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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