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I have a Shure beta87 Mic, the plug where the cable connects to the mic got pulled out with the cable and lost in a club, is it possible to buy a replacement for it or can I send it in somewher e to have it done?

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Hi noahrock

You can get a replacement lead from a musical instrument store. It uses a standard microphone XLR connector. Be sure to get a decent quality item that uses Cannon, Switchcraft or Nuetrik connectors. You wont have problems with the plug coming off again.
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