Question about Shure Audio Players & Recorders
A common fault with all corded/cable microphones is that one of the wires inside the cable breaks.
- I am assuming you are talking about a cabled mic?
It's possible to repair the cable if you have a soldering iron. This is the cheapest way to fix your problem.
If you don't have one, suggest you buy a new cable from your local Shure stockist.
The other major fault that occurs with mic's is that they are dropped - and that will show the same symptoms as you have descibed above if it has been dropped a few times - especially onto hard surfaces or floors!
The cable will only cost a few £'s or $'s, should be less than 10.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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