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Re: desiccating AT3032 mics

Subject: Re: desiccating AT3032 mics
From: "Dan Dugan" dandugan_1999
Date: Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:01 pm ((PDT))
> Hi Dan, 
> Was searching this very issue and ran into head first into your old message. 
> Now that Im actually using the same capsules Ive noticed the same transient 
> click (pop) for one mic. Once some new capsules arrive Ill dismantle the 
> poping capsule to find out whats going on inside. I was using them in 96% 
> humidity which is probably too high. Could also be a contamination issue & 
> will find out soon. Would be good to "cure" this, although click detecting in 
> software seems to do a decent job removing them...
> -Mike.

I don't use them much now, mostly carry them as backups, so I can't report on 
the results, but I store all my 3032s in sealed bags with desiccant boxes 
inside, give the desiccant boxes a bake now and then to keep them blue. 
Measured humidity inside bag at 15%.


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