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    Quote Originally Posted by Masten View Post
    Hi Mark,

    Right. Ok well thanks very much for trying it anyway. Did you get the replacement and manage to try it with the PS400?

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    Masten
    I replaced the OpAmp in the mic, but even though the mic seems to power up and capture sound, it still isn't working right and I have to troubleshoot it further. At this point I haven't bothered to even give the PS400 a try.
    Mark.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by audreyspency View Post
    The Hugely popular MK 219 is a fixed pattern, cardioid microphone featuring a large diaphragm capsule teamed with a low noise discreet preamplifier circuit. Magnetic reed switches are provided for reliable long term durability of both the 10dB pad and the high pass filter.
    The capsule employs an extremely thin, gold plated diaphragm and is built to a classic design, enabling the microphone to equal or outperform models many times its price, not only on subjective sound quality but also, in many cases, in terms of sensitivity.

    When used for vocals, the large diaphragm capsule adds warmth and enhanceshigh frequency detail while still sounding completely natural. It is strongly recommended that the microphone be used in conjunction with a pop filter when close miking vocals.

    The Oktava MK219s high sensitivity means that it can be used on acoustic guitars, pianos and (in stereo matched pairs, available by special order) for ensemble recordings.
    Oktava MK-219 condenser microphone. Oktava-online - only genuine Russian made studio microphones
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