Question about Audio Technica Audio-Technica AT4040 Professional Microphone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thats exactly how you do it:) Some times it doesnt matter what you do, you will get strange resonances. Careful EQ is the best way to tone it down. Some guitars will present boominess on certain notes, thats just the way they are. Acoustics rely on this boominess to some degree. Good luck and happy recording. :) Happy to talk more to you about it.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
The round 4 pin connector is called a DIN plug. What you need is a Converter plug/socket/lead.
Please have a look at this ebay link below it shows you what you may need.
However what you need is a little unorthodox, and i wonder if you may need to wire it in directly? The XLR, has three pins, and the DIN has 4. (Only three are used though) So it is quite possible that one could simply joint them together.
A Microphone, only usually has two leads, and a shield. A Plus, and Negative, and shield, Earth, (Usually shield and Negative go together)
So as related you need a 4 pin DIN plug to an XLR adapter like the one shown in the link below.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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