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Old 21st July 2005, 08:38 PM   #1
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Lightbulb "Cápsula" for vinyl DIY

If you capsule of vinyls it's broken, you can use this.For make tjis capsule I used a mic and cost pin
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Old 22nd July 2005, 09:23 AM   #2
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Default Esto es mui bueno, This is very good.

But, i am afraid that electret condenser microphone, the normal ones, the standard ones we can buy in electronic shops, the ones that are very cheap, will cannot reproduce all the audio spectrum.

Phono equalization will produce enormous bass and electrec condenser microphone limits of high frequency may be perceived, as the more common is to start to loose audio sensitivity around 12 Khz (the normal cartridges, as you have Senheiser special units very different)

Tell us, your listening impressions with that clever adaptation.

Congratulacciones hermano, hay que esto es la pura expression de la filosofia do haga usted mismo.

Congratulations brother, because this is the perfect philosophic expression of diy.

I loved your experience....give us more details, the way you fix the "needle" into the cartridge and more informations related the weigth you had to re-adjust, the sound produced too.

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Default The audio archive.


The cost pin is paste to diaphragm of microphone with hard glue: Loctite.

I use the PC for recording the sound of this capsule, the equalizer RIAA I do with “Adobe Audition”.

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