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My mike just stopped working, dead?

Hi there , my AKG c414BULS has just stopped working, none of the wires seem to be loose,any idea what it might be

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The first thing to check is the phantom power. Make sure it is there. The mic will appear dead without the power present.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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