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E835 distortion My fairly new (at the time) e835 mic started sounding poorly (distorted) way to soon in its pampered life. Is there anything that can be repaired/replaced for considerably less than the cost of a new one? Thanks

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It is very good brand first try to get ride off humidity and wet by putting it with some rice in plastic box and leave it for a couple of days(rice absorb wet and humidity).if it is not working good change the mic capsule.

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