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Won't stay in place

I have an oily complexion and during the services, the mic slips out of place and drops down, I continually keep shifting it back in place. It is frustrating. Any good ideas.

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That WON'T work

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Re: Won't stay in place

The rubber sleve on these mics are made to be adjustable...and you can shape and form these into the best shape for your ear. try forming it into a shape that is more snug around your ear, maybe put it on and then squeeze it a little tighter. Sometimes the arch in the mic. gets places too low and needs to be formed up a little further.
Hope this at least gives you some things to try.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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A little more info on our poblem

The problem may be resolved by placing a 330 PF capacitor across the mic's two input lines. With countryman you cannot access the mic capsule easliy so it is best to take the TA5F connector apart,( this would be the connector that plugs into the beltpack) and place the capacitor across the two lines. LECTROSONICS.COM has the capacitors and a wiring diagram to help solve this. The part number for the capacitor is SCC330P

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