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Shure beta 58a mic dismantle

Sir
How do I get into my beta 58a mike to re-solder the 2 leads back. The 3 pin plug pulled out when lead was removed.
I have unscrewed the grill and I see the insert inside rubber mounted. It is very tight. I think there may be a cir clip under the head?
I just want to re-solder the 2 leads and put the 3 pin assembly back and get on with it.
Can you please help
Regards
Peter

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  • Musman4 Mar 04, 2008

    Thanks for info but is now fixed.

    The problem was the leads were still attatched to the 3 pin XLR connector but came off inside off the little PCB below the insert. No soldering iron was small or long enough to reach in to resolder.

    thanks, anyway.

  • Anonymous Jul 01, 2008

    same as the first one

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Musman4:

i have 58S, which should look very much alike.

if you can see a screw in a small recess near the tail (not the 2 screws over the switch), remove it.

it you do not find this screw, probably because you lost it, so the 3-pin socket came out. Also, there is a C shape insert, wriggle and raise it, it should pop out.

good luck!

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The small screw you see near the tail is a left hand thread so to remove the three pin xlr you screw it anti-clockwise (the screw goes down) clockwise the screw comes up back into the hole securing the pin back into the casing.

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Take out screws which handling XLR and remove the grill.Then with your left hand take the micjust where was the grill screwed and with the right hand get the body and unscrew it.

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