Question about Audio Technica Audio-Technica AT4060 Professional Microphone
I have an AT4060 Valve mic, that is making low level popping and fizzing noises.
If I disconnect it from it's power supply, the noise disappears, so it's not the PSU.
About 2 months ago I did notice that there seem to be a bit too much distortion creeping in so I figured it must be the 7 year old valve on it's way out. I very carefully replaced it wearing gloves etc. and it seemed to fix the distortion problem.
Although I'm no techie, the recent popping and fizzing noises remind me of times when the capacitors were on their way out in other equipment.
Any help, advice or where I could get some would be much appreciated.
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