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Re: Getting new gear
« Reply #15 on: January 22, 2024, 01:22:38 PM »
Agree with all of the above except for the negative comments about the quality of the sound from the Church mics. I think they sound fantastic and I personally prefer them to the admitedly excellent Sound Professional mics recommended above (I own both types). That said, the Church CA14 mics are more lightly built and far more prone to use-related damage. Luckily, Neutrino does a great job of repairing these mics when needed. Keep your eyes peeled for a used set, since  buying new ones can involve unpredictable and frustrating wait times.

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Re: Getting new gear
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2024, 05:14:22 AM »
I would post a wanted as in the Yard Sale here. Surely someone has a set of those Audio Technica mics (or the older ones with fixed cardioid capsules) they are not using

And if you find a pair without the low-sensitivity mod, Sound Professionals will do it for $50:

https://soundprofessionals.com/product/SP-4.7K-MOD/

Can you please confirm that the mentioned price is same for all ?

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Re: Getting new gear
« Reply #17 on: January 24, 2024, 03:46:13 PM »
I would post a wanted as in the Yard Sale here. Surely someone has a set of those Audio Technica mics (or the older ones with fixed cardioid capsules) they are not using
And if you find a pair without the low-sensitivity mod, Sound Professionals will do it for $50:
https://soundprofessionals.com/product/SP-4.7K-MOD/
Can you please confirm that the mentioned price is same for all ?

All you have to do is click on the link and it shows you the price. $50 for straight connector, $60 for right angle connector.

Presumably this is for mics you are in the process of purchasing from them but if you want to confirm other variables or details you should get in touch with Sound Professionals themselves. Their customer service is great and one of them is a member here.
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Re: Getting new gear
« Reply #18 on: January 24, 2024, 04:14:54 PM »
All you have to do is click on the link and it shows you the price. $50 for straight connector, $60 for right angle connector.

Presumably this is for mics you are in the process of purchasing from them but if you want to confirm other variables or details you should get in touch with Sound Professionals themselves. Their customer service is great and one of them is a member here.

It's for any AT-853 mics, regardless of where they were bought in the first place. I've had them do the mod on two different mic sets I had purchased from the Yard Sale here, both of which have performed beautifully since.

And agreed on their customer service: Chris Carfagno is the best at both answering questions and providing service: info@soundprofessionals.com

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Re: Getting new gear
« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2024, 04:47:56 PM »
All you have to do is click on the link and it shows you the price. $50 for straight connector, $60 for right angle connector.

Presumably this is for mics you are in the process of purchasing from them but if you want to confirm other variables or details you should get in touch with Sound Professionals themselves. Their customer service is great and one of them is a member here.

It's for any AT-853 mics, regardless of where they were bought in the first place. I've had them do the mod on two different mic sets I had purchased from the Yard Sale here, both of which have performed beautifully since.

And agreed on their customer service: Chris Carfagno is the best at both answering questions and providing service: info@soundprofessionals.com

Very true!!!

 

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