Question about SE Electronics SE2200A Professional Microphone
Hi everyone! I dropped my SE2200A and the two cables (red and black) on the top came loose from the cuircuit board. I want to solder them back but I don't know where to solder them (to which part of the circuit board). Can anyone help? Thank you! Filippo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: frequency settings on se2200a
It is a pad..which is a switch that will 'reduce' sound level or volume which in a nutshell is useful for recording loud instruments..So switch to -10 db if placing the mic fairly close to say loud drum or horns..etc..
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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