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Old 23rd July 2007, 11:24 AM   #1
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Default Elation mics

I have come by an elation km 202, that has really low sensitivity and no bass.

I can imagine it having low sensitivity, as it has to deal with high spl's- it's a kick drum condenser, but the no bass leads me to believe something is wrong, and it does look like someone has been playing doctor inside.

I doesn't sound like any capsule fault I have heard, but I am willing to take someone 's experience over mine.

If you know these mics or have a schematic that may help I would be really happy.
I just want to get it working.


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