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6. Re: modified ambient recording setup AT 3032

Subject: 6. Re: modified ambient recording setup AT 3032
From: "Paul Jacobson" thebrunswicktwitcher
Date: Sun Dec 2, 2007 1:13 pm ((PST))
I'm thinking the stickers on the 3032's are most likely Quality  
Control inspection numbers. I don't know if this really helps with  
identifying close production items - perhaps if the mics are  
purchased from the same source at the same time and have same QC  
sticker there is a reasonable chance they come from the same batch.

BTW Thanks to Rob for his suggestion on mic testing methodology. I'll  
have a go at doing some tests with pink noise and freq sweeps and see  
how the mics compare.

Interesting to read how one of the better mic manufacturers performs  


On 03/12/2007, at 7:18 AM, artsonics wrote:

> Hi Phil,
>    Yes I agree, whether the sticker is serial number or batch number
> who knows? I still can't find any on the k6 but glasses did help in my
> effort earlier, perhaps I need a magnifying lens for any further
> examination.
> The photos were much appreciated by the way.I needed to get a good
> look at the Rode stereo bar and shockmount to know what to look for.
> thanks.
>                               clint

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