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SR71 I have a pair of SR71 and love them. Recently, one of them has developed some extraneous noise. After experimenting with it, I finally isolated the problem to the XLR connector. When the extraneous nosie happens ( intermittenly), and I wiggle the connector, the noise would go away. I have tried different cables to ensure its not the problem with the cables. Since there is currently no distributor of Earthwork product in Hong Kong (where I live), I would like to try to fix it myself. I am a electronic engineer. I think there is probably some loose connection at the XLR connector. The question I want to ask is how to dismantle the microphone. Regards, Matthew Chu Technical Ministry Evangelical Community Church Hong Kong

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  • Matthew Chu Jul 13, 2007

    Baze,
    Unfortunately, I could not take it apart by twisting the bottom part of the mic. It almost seems to be glued together. There is no screw on the bottom part (the XLR connector opening) that I can see either. So I am still trying.
    Thanks anyway for your suggestions.

    Matthew

  • ramallo
    ramallo Mar 29, 2013

    Hi Matthew, can you disassemble the microphone?

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I am not sure about this model of mic but it could be as easy as twisting off the bottom. There could also be a screw near the XLR jack that has to be removed, or tightened. Some mics have the XLR jack glued in pretty tightly. I am giving you suggestions based on other mics, I haven't touched a SR71. Hope that helps! Baze

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