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Offline Niels

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Re: Stealth Taping Cable Static
« Reply #30 on: September 27, 2023, 07:55:44 AM »
Do you guys know anyone who might custom build me a Y cable with threaded male ends that would fit my Senns?
Just a thought; did you remove the locking rings from the Sennheisers?
I have a similar setup with RØDE Lavaliers, and if the locking rings aren’t removed, the connection is extremely fragile. The locking rings should be removed when using a non locking Y cable.

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Re: Stealth Taping Cable Static
« Reply #31 on: September 27, 2023, 08:37:46 AM »
Do you guys know anyone who might custom build me a Y cable with threaded male ends that would fit my Senns?
Just a thought; did you remove the locking rings from the Sennheisers?
I have a similar setup with RØDE Lavaliers, and if the locking rings aren’t removed, the connection is extremely fragile. The locking rings should be removed when using a non locking Y cable.

Cheers
N
I believe this is the cause as well but the locking wheels seem rather permanent.  Taping the cable connects between mics and Y cable are what surely fixed the noise issue.  Thanks!

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Re: Stealth Taping Cable Static
« Reply #32 on: September 27, 2023, 09:34:07 AM »
Do you guys know anyone who might custom build me a Y cable with threaded male ends that would fit my Senns?
Just a thought; did you remove the locking rings from the Sennheisers?
I have a similar setup with RØDE Lavaliers, and if the locking rings aren’t removed, the connection is extremely fragile. The locking rings should be removed when using a non locking Y cable.

Cheers
N
I believe this is the cause as well but the locking wheels seem rather permanent.  Taping the cable connects between mics and Y cable are what surely fixed the noise issue.  Thanks!

If you want a permanent solution, you could remove the connectors and solder both mics to a stereo plug.
Mics: mk4v, mk41v, mk41 & mk22 > CMC1L/nbobs, 4061, MKE2
Preamps: Mixpre-D & Mixpre
Recorders: Mixpre-6 ii, PCM-A10

 

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