Question about Rode M3 Professional Microphone
If you have good manual dexterity, a head for detail memory, and good soldering skills on SMALL wires, you may try reconnecting them. The grill may need to be reshaped and then held in the original position with contact cement. Test the mic before you attempt the last part. Otherwise, you may want to let a pro do this. As always, you have to weigh the costs against your own abilities to do this, keeping in mind the value of the mic. I can tell you that, as an experienced tech in this area, I only attempt this delicate work when I feel 100% and undistracted.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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