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Re: equivalent bi-directional mic?

Subject: Re: equivalent bi-directional mic?
From: Klas Strandberg <>
Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2005 11:51:46 +0200
Run 2* EM21PIP and connect each mic to pin 2 and 3, respectively, of a 
balanced input. Sometimes it is better to have the capsules side by side.


At 02:39 2005-06-01, you wrote:
>   Rich Peet wrote:
> >I agree that there is a shortage of 8 mics.
> >back to back cardiods are the easy answer as that is an equiv.
> >The ME-64 is a long tube so would not be the best choice.
>There's also the Ambient Emesser kit, but they don't quote a noise spec.
> >What is the card equiv for the WL183 by Shure?
>WL185. 5.5dB higher noise rating, though. Mount two capsules
>back-to-back anti-phase? Maybe use one mic preamp for the pair? But
>how to deal with the PIP polarity...
>-Dan Dugan
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