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My shure ksm44a mic will work only when the ac is on

Is it a humidity problem

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The KSM44A does not care about the humidity. However, it does require phantom power from the mixer. Take it to a friend to see if it works fine into their sound system.

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SOURCE: No sound from a Shure MX412D/C

Sounds to me like you may be missing a phantom power supply. The 570S is a Dynamic mic. The MX412d/c is a Cardioid and requires a 11-52v supply over pins 2 & 3 in the mic cable. Phantom power is a feature of most professional mixing consoles(usually 48v). If you do not have a phantom power supply on your system- then you can purchase single battery powered units to insert in the link between sound console and Mic. For example: AKG B-18
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Check the wire connections where the xlr cable connects.

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Sorry, that is not possible. Different manufacturers use different companding, noise reduction, and squelch schemes. Thus, even if they are on the same frequency, you might not get any audio or the audio might sound quite funny.

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