Question about Shure (LX287CC) Professional Microphone
My battery connection moves only one thin piece of plastic supports the battery on one side. Because of the lack of support the battery can move. The mic goes off and on. How can I fix this? The power pops my sound system.
This is a horrible design for a battery on a Shure Wireless, I would expect more for what I paid for it.
I know they could have come have come up with something a little more durable!!
What we used to do is put a piece of double side tape at the back (the thick 2mm spongy one) and then put paper or something over the front so the battery doesnt stick to it, battery then has alot more pressure on it. The tape sticks into the back of the mic. Its a bit stoneage, but worked pretty well.
Best of luck
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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