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I have an Audix D6 that was hastily disassembled, the wires on the microphone capsule were Ripped off How can I repair?

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Not to be rude...send it back to Audix to fix or replace. They are somewhat of a liberal company, and usually fix things or replace for free. Just talk to a rep. Now, I am not saying lie to them about it being disassembled.

Posted on Jan 11, 2013

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SOURCE: Works, sounds very thin, level drop

Bad microphone capsule, stuck diaphram. Replace capsule.

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SOURCE: Hi, I have an Audix D6 that stopped working (after

Take it easy, there is no way to damage a dynamic microphone using a phantom power (assuming that the phantom power is correct). In other words try using another cable at another input to check the mic. In the extremely rare case that the mic has a problem there is nothing you can do, just take care and check the phantom power cause I think that the problem is at this stage.

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Hi, I have an Audix D6 that stopped working (after producing nasty popping sounds when connected), I believe because of a bad combination of unnecessary phantom power and a malfunctioning cable. My...


Take it easy, there is no way to damage a dynamic microphone using a phantom power (assuming that the phantom power is correct). In other words try using another cable at another input to check the mic. In the extremely rare case that the mic has a problem there is nothing you can do, just take care and check the phantom power cause I think that the problem is at this stage.

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Try another xlr cable.

If you are using it for vocals/singing, the moistness from your breathe can get on the capsule and cause noise.

It is a microphone that needs phantom power to operate, so check your phantom power supply, whether it's from the mixer/console, or external source.

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The ground (shield) is connected at pin 1. I think that it's the white color cable.
The "in phase signal - hot" is connected to pin 2. It's the red color cable.
The "out of phase signal - cold" is connected to pin 3. It's the yellow color cable.
Your microphone is a dynamic one so there is no need for power supply and no worry about wrong connections.

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You might want to check the other end as well. Take a ohm meter and check the wires to make sure their is a reading on both.The wire you speak of is called shielded cable and there should be no reading between the sheilding and the center conductor when they are seperated from the capsule. If there is a reading you have a short.To clarify, the outer sheild should read at or near zero when you check @ each end as should the center conductor ( the white ) wire.There should be no reading between the two (the sheild and the white) when they are unhooded @ each end. Also when the capsule is unhooded you should get a reading between the two terminals, if not the capsule is open and needs replacement.

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I found this happens with a bad capsule.

On the end of the wire you have the microphone capsule. If I remember correctly, the capsule can be unscrewed from the microphone amplifier case assembly. This part can be ordered from a supplier for Sony professional parts.

I have also had the wire go defective, and need replacement. With most of these models, the complete capsule assembly has to be replaced along with the new wire.

If you are not used to servicing this type of microphone, Sony has service reps that can service and test the microphone for you.

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