Question about Sony ECM-HS1 Gun Zoom Microphone
Sounds like a ground issue to me. that sounds like either 60 cycle hum, or a loose or broken ground. You can probably do an ohmmeter check, first, with no power, and see if you have continuity. That's not unusual for mikes of the seniority of your equipment.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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