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Old Today, 08:48 AM   #81
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Fixed gain field recorder?
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Don't improve the microphone too much, as that will make it more difficult for the ADC to outperform the microphone's dynamic range

Why are there 15 dB...20 dB differences in A-weighted noise between the PUI and Primo capsules and most of the others?
:-)

So if one happen to need more gain maybe it would be an advantage to do the Scotts Linear Audio circuit and add gain afterwords in the reception stage rather than relying on the FET in the capsule...

Seeing Scotts answer it seems to be in the electronics - but if so, how strange to differentiate a product catalogue by seemingly downgrading performance....?

Wouldn't a pentagon diaphragm spread standing waves better?

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