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Old 16th October 2011, 10:34 AM   #11
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You may also get help from the Yahoo "Micbuilders" group at , micbuilders : micbuilders >.

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I do not find any real good suggestion there....
My solution is in:

http://www.by-rutgers.nl/ME6211-PRO37R.html

After building all different 'solutions' is the last fifteen years, I never got a microphone of this quality!

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I know! Read the article in question on my website (by-rutgrrs.nl).
BTW. what is an LDC?
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LDC is mean : Large Diaphragm Condenser = LDC

LDC capsuels always have two types. One type is singal gold-plated diaphragm -----Uni-directional

The other is double Gold-plated diaphragm----Omni- Uni- Bi directional type

You can check the LXMIC they have the capsules, LX34-1 and LX34-2
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Hi All

Anyways, it turns out that they can't seem to handle the SPLs that are required for recording. For instants, the output clips when I clip the mic onto the accustic opening of my guitar, and play relatively loud. I would also like to clip them onto drums. Any help would be great,
Pete
Pete,
if you build your own electret microphone, you could connect a capacitor in parallel with the cartridge in the order of, say, 100 pF to avoid clipping.
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