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Re: noisy 8020 mics

Subject: Re: noisy 8020 mics
From: "Munir kureshi"
Date: Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:44 am ((PDT))
Hi Vicki,

Thank you for your input on 8000 series. You have provided very valuable in=
formation. If somebody from the forum can suggest other mics would be great=

Happy recording.


Sent from my iPad

On Sep 24, 2011, at 8:22 PM, vickipowys <> wrote:

> Hi Munir,
> This thread started because I was having noise problems with my new
> MKH8020s.  In the past week I have found out that there is a noise
> issue with the entire 8000 series of mics, all the models, not just
> mine (i.e. 8040, 8060, 8070).  While some people have these mics and
> they work OK, others find they have periodic loud fizzing noises in
> the mics.
> So no, definitely NOT, I would NOT recommend the 8000 series mics as
> 100% dependable.
> Others might like to chime in on what mics they have found to be 100% =

> reliable.
> Vicki
> On 25/09/2011, at 1:27 PM, Munir kureshi wrote:
>> Hi Vicki,
>> Thank you for your input, it really helps. You like MKH8020, but
>> you also mention that they are good when they work. Have you had
>> any problems with them? I am recording some extremely endangered
>> animals and if you are lucky, you get one chance to record them.
>> You have to have 100% dependable equipments. I will checkout 4022
>> and see how they sound.
>> Regards,
>> Munir.
>> Sent from my iPad
>> On Sep 24, 2011, at 6:08 PM, vickipowys <>
>> wrote:
>>> Munir,

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