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Old 1st November 2011, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default condensor mic for speaker measurement

hi all
i want to construct a simple condensor mic for measuring speaker FR. i want to make something as in following link
Gainphile: Cheap and accurate speaker measurement

but locally WM-61A mic is not available. however many other similar mics are available listed in below link
Microphones | element14 India
please help me chose the right mic for this purpose

thanks
pranam
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Old 2nd November 2011, 03:20 PM   #2
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The Behringer ECM8000 is a nice microphone, but it needs phantom powering and is not just a capsule as the WM-61A.

Digikey ( DigiKey Corp. | Electronic Components Distributor | India Home Page )sells to India, shipping is US$40 for a $2 part. Maybee you can get together with some friends to make a larger order to make it worth. E
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