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This mic is sensitive. I have moved in a closet in my house. How do you deal with this mic when it still picks up so much air. What can I do?

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Your mic may be sensitive but its gain is set in the mixer or computer to which it's connected. I don't know what you mean by "too much air" but if you mean "room sound" there shouldn't be much in a closet unless it has all hard sound reflecting walls. You will need to provide a better description of the problem.

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Hi intel

Aahhh the joys of second hand gear. wow, the holes have been enlarged... may be that the original screws are not fitted to it also. OR less likely, mic may have become this way from years of being pulled in and out of a bag, with loose screws the whole time. It will rattle if the screws are a loose fit, can only suggest to you at this point try and get some new screws for it. or short on that (more drastic measure) to resecure the head of the mic with a small dap of clear nail varnish about each screw head. the varnish will hold well enough, but may present an issue getting the mic apart again, this depending entirley on how much of the stuff you have applied. Less is better :). other than that, there is not really a fix. Hope this advice helps you.

regards
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