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A little more info on our poblem

Our countryman is brand new. has been popping since day one. could it be a problem with positioning of the tip relative to the pastors mouth. it sounds the same as when you tap the tip of a lapel mic.

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Sorry to say - but that's really poor advise to suggest placing a capacitor on your brand new mic!!! Don't do it. That will immediately void your warranty. Instead, take your Countryman back immediately to your dealer and trade it in for a Audio-Technica BP892cW-TH. Believe me, the Countryman E6i's are nothing but cheap headaches waiting to happen - then when you try getting them serviced from Countryman Associates, you'll learn first-hand what a real nightmare and expen$ive headache is all about. The Countryman E6i's are both highly over-rated and highly over-priced. Do yourself a favor and get rid of the Countryman while you can. The Audio-Technica is the better solution. You won't be sorry. Good luck.

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The problem may be resolved by placing a 330 PF capacitor across the mic's two input lines. With countryman you cannot access the mic capsule easliy so it is best to take the TA5F connector apart,( this would be the connector that plugs into the beltpack) and place the capacitor across the two lines. LECTROSONICS.COM has the capacitors and a wiring diagram to help solve this. The part number for the capacitor is SCC330P

Good Luck!

Dale Robertson

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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