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    popping in bynoral mics

    When ever I'm walking I here a popping from the right mic. any suggestions?
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    Ivan Fegundez. Recording Technician, live sound technician, and mastering technician.

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    Hi Ivan -
    Have you performed the standard process of elimination? Change mic, re-route signal to another input on the mixer, etc, etc, etc...?

    Hopefully your not working with any pranksters... that would be just plain mean!
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    Since it happens when you're walking, it's probably some vibration-induced thing like a bad connection. Wiggle each part of the system separately - mic, mic cord at the mic, mic cord at the jack. Tap on the preamp. You should find something that is sensitive and there's your problem.

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    I did that and it seams that ti's the cable to the mic itself. What do I do now?

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    Since it happens when you're walking, it's probably some vibration-induced thing like a bad connection. Wiggle each part of the system separately - mic, mic cord at the mic, mic cord at the jack. Tap on the preamp. You should find something that is sensitive and there's your problem.
    Regards,
    Ivan Fegundez. Recording Technician, live sound technician, and mastering technician.

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    Easiest: Replace it.
    Cheapest: tape over the sensitive part to make it stiff.
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    Worst: try to fix it yourself. You'll just make a mess of it, the connectors and cables on these mics are too small. Somebody with experience doing this specific thing has to fix it.

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