Ideally, they should be serviced by Sennheiser in Lyme CT.
If my address book is correct: 860-434-9190 / www.sennheiserusa.com
A friend had his MKH-20s sucked into the ocean off the coast of Chile.
Sennheiser was able to return them to factory spec.
On Sat, Jan 23, 2010 at 2:44 PM, David Kuhn <> wrote:
> Hi recordists, I recently was out on Polihale beach recording the big sur=
> pounding the Island of Kaua`i. While hand-holding the mic's in my SASS ri=
> to get close-up wave-wash, a wave surprised me and the SASS got splashed.
> The mic's momentarily sputtered out, then started to recover in 2-3 secon=
> I dried them thoroughly with a hair dryer when I got home, and they sound
> fine now. However, with hydrophilic salt in the mic's, in however minute =
> amount, I'm concerned about future deterioration. I'm wondering about
> dipping them in alcohol. Anybody got advice?
> David Kuhn
> 808 335 0398
> Cell 808 651 8247
> Mail to: PO Box 1018
> Waimea, Kaua'i HI 96796
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