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Re: Physics of moisture-induced mic noise

Subject: Re: Physics of moisture-induced mic noise
From: "Grant Finlay" grantfinlay
Date: Tue Jan 5, 2010 11:58 am ((PST))
--- In  Curt Olson <> wrote:
>Indeed, some mics need time to adjust. Going the opposite direction,  
>one of my four AT3032s will pop intermittently for a few hours when I  
>take it into sub-zero (f) cold. (This wouldn't be from condensation,  
>would it?) The other three seem to handle the transition just fine.

To be honest I don't know, there's so many factors involved that it could be 
any of them. 
Just do the basics ie: clean the contacts regularly, both xlr & capsule/mic 
body plus any switches on the side. It's a bit like a car really, preventative 
maintenance will cure most problems but sometimes you need a mechanic... 


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