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Someone dropped my mxl v69 medt and bent the gold grill but did not damage the mic it still works can i replace the grill or how do i disassemble the grill in order to bend it back into shape if possible

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Very delicate work.
Take it to a Watchmaker ot a good tech.
Do NOT clean with alcohol or any solvent !
I would say bring it over, I do these things, but I am in Caracas...
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SOURCE: I have a MXL 990 studio mic which I recorded one no longerworks

Are you using the original cable for the mike? In order to use phantom power the XLR connectors have to be wired in balanced configuration. Pins 1,2 and 3 must be wired separately. If you use a cable with 1and 3 connected you could damage the phantom power supply and in some cases the microphone.

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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I would see if the Phantom Power is OK.
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Peace-

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Open up carefully.
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The v-69 is a tube condenser. We here at Pro Line Music are MXL Dealers. If you can get the mic to us we can repair it 215-736-8055

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Are you using the original cable for the mike? In order to use phantom power the XLR connectors have to be wired in balanced configuration. Pins 1,2 and 3 must be wired separately. If you use a cable with 1and 3 connected you could damage the phantom power supply and in some cases the microphone.

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