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I tried taking apart a AT835b shotgun condenser mic without tearing wires but ended up tearing the wires. So how? do I solder the wires to which spots

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If you feel the shield goes to the middle, try red on one terminal and white on the other. If not, reverse it.

If it's labeled on the circuit board...pin 1, pin 2, pin 3, then pin 1 is usually ground, pin 2 is hot (red), and pin 3 is cold.

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Ignore GazllFixIt...

If it's dead, a connection is already broken inside.

Much more unlikely is that the capsule is at fault - and if it is you can't make things any worse anyway.

Who cares if you break a connection when you take it apart - as long as you can use a soldering iron, it's easy enough to fix. If you can't, why would you be taking apart in the first place ;)

You'd be mad to send it to Sennheiser to solder 1 or 2 points then send it back to you! Waste of time and money.

Try learning something yourself, especially if it only cost $10 and doesn't work to begin with.

Remove the capsule assembly - desolder and disconnect the wires at the base of the mic (not from the capsule) yourself (see, opposite of last advice), then connect them directly to a cable with an XLR on the other end. Forget about ground for now.

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If you are hearing something (it should sound absolutely fine, clear, loud etc), ...find the broken connection elsewhere...but also, be happy because it definately still works and is definately fixable and you can do it yourself.


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