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My AKG Perception 200 Cut the signal suddenly

Suddenly it started doig this thing when it's working the level go down suddenly.. i tried diffrent cables with it and diffrent PA and it's not getting any better

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    e_felber90 May 13, 2012

    i have the same problem. have you found a solutuion? thanks

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Sounds like a loose connection. Try duct taping the microphone cable in place where it enters the microphone.

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