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Need parts for self-repair

Where can I buy internal replacement parts for this microphone? I need the threaded plastic part that connects the wire mesh bulb to the metal body. Thanks.

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Contact Beyer directly
They are generally good with parts support

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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