Question about Marshall MXL 2001-P Professional Microphone
Mics are very delicate . a lot bundled into a small area. If you are handy..take it apart. All you may be able to do is check for loose solder joints..mics are dropped, moved a lot so they go through a lot of physical stress. My last mic repair ended up being a bunch of loose solder connections. if not..if its of value to you..send it in. Trace Electronicss..Canada.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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