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I haven't used the microphone for a long time, and now I am trying to use it and it doesn't want to turn on. I have tried three different kinds of cables and it is still not working. What should I do?

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  • jacor53 Mar 08, 2009

    yes

  • jacor53 Mar 08, 2009

    It's a SHURE SM81, I paid a good amount of money for this and I'm shocked that it has just stopped working.

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What is the equipment that you are plugging the mic into, and have you used the exact same setup successfully previous to this?

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You have two year warranty, and if this is a factory defect they will replace the mic the same. Contact shure.

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Hello Sir.
i'm not gonna quote from this but ithng the solution is here and also best steps and advises and tricks for ur Shure Mic.

The advanced guide.

plz accept solution.

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Have u adjusted the line input level for the mic? maybe it is turned off or way down

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    there is a way to test the mic, u will need a digital volt meter has a Mili volt scale, touch it ro the mic connector jack on the positive and negatine ring, tap the mic, the meter should jump, if it doesn't then indeed the mic is defective, the other possiblity is a burned mic pre-amplifier in the amplifier input for the mic, it has to be one of those 2 things

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What is your model ?

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Have you trey to test wih a different mic

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    micromaster Mar 08, 2009

    i seems that the problem was on he reciever mic input, better to call someone to check and inspect the unit

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