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Re: M/S: MKH 50/20 with MKH30 combo > How to line up diaphragms ?

Subject: Re: M/S: MKH 50/20 with MKH30 combo > How to line up diaphragms ?
From: "Max" oatcruncher
Date: Sat Jan 23, 2010 4:13 am ((PST))
Can I too make a suggestion here; if taking the mic apart is not something =
anyone wants to do (I don't), could one of our American friends ring Sennhe=
iser USA on Monday, and get a second opinion from them?

--- In  "thxdave" <> wrote:
> Dan, I tried the light trick before I posted my question to you but I was=
 unable to see any trace of the capsule. However, I do agree with you that =
it SHOULD be in that general area. However, the post from Max sure seems to=
 contradict that. The hunt continues.
> dave
> --- In  Dan Dugan <dan@> wrote:
> >
> > I'm sayin' I don't know what's goin' on with this! If holding it up to =
a bright light doesn't reveal anything, try removing the hex screws and sli=
ding the whole guts out of the shell to see.
> >
> > -Dan
> >
> > > So you're saying that the man in Sennheiser's service department is w=
rong then Dan?
> > > Max
> > >
> > > --- In  Dan Dugan <dan@> wrote:
> > >>
> > >>> where is the capsule on my MKH60 shotgun? I have it in an M/S rig w=
ith my MKH30 and the capsule on the '30 is easy to see but not so the '60.
> > >>
> > >> Understand that the interference tube (slotted part) is an empty tub=
e in front of the capsule. But it's a cardioid capsule so it needs a rear e=
ntry. I think the rear entry might be the last three slots before the flatt=
ened part of the body. I'd guess the capsule is at the wide spot in front o=
f those, so the diaphragm could be at the front of that wide spot. Hold it =
up to the light to see if you can see it there.
> > >>
> > >> -Dan Dugan
> >

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