Question about Rode NT-2000 Professional Microphone
This mic likely has a built in preamp. BEFORE you open the mic, verify that your pahntom power from your preamp is clean.
If you are unfamiliar with phantom power for mics, google it to find a treatise.
Noisy or failing phantom power could be your problem. Also the preamp in the mic could have a problem rather than the diaphram. Dust would NOT normally cause what you are describing.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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