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Offline jmz93

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lose dc plug
« on: February 14, 2006, 04:16:51 PM »
Hi folks.  I have a lose DC connection between my MIC2496 pre and external NIMH battery. I got the battery from www.batteryspace.com, and it's cable terminates in two pins, on which you push a connector for whatever you need, in this case 5.0MM for the DC in jack on the MIC2496.  The resulting connection is too lose! The next connector size up is a tighter fit but results in no power flow.  The lose connection means that invariably, no matter how careful I am, power is disconnected from the MIC2496 for just long enough that it generates a very loud POP that ends up on my recording.  Otherwise, I'm very happy with this 4,000MA pack.  Is there something paper-thin and conductive that I can put around the end of the connector, that won't come off inside the preamp's DC jack, to make things just a hair wider? 
Thanks for any suggestions.
Note: I'm keeping everything in a padded bag - battery, bat box for mics, Microtrack, Preamp, etc. so things are as protected as they're likely to get. 

 

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