Question about Shure SM48 Professional Microphone
1st thing to try is a different XLR microphone cable. Sounds too simple, but sometimes it's the cable. If the mic has ever been dropped/damaged, OR has seen alot of saliva/spit from singing into it...it's possible the diaphragm has crapped out. At which point, get a new mic, because the SM-48 is not an expensive mic to replace with same.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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