Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hiya, not really sure... Can only be 2 things wrong though so worth checking out.
1 - one of the wires has come loose either at the head or on the xlr at the bottom. Worth checking. If you have to solder on the head, it must be a quick job though so as not to damage the wiring on the head.
2 - the head itself. Get a hold of shure at www.shure.com and mail them for a price incl shipping etc.
Really not complex to change so need to send it in, just find someone who can help with the solder if you not comfortable.
Hope that helps
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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