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 on: Yesterday at 02:48:58 PM 
Started by brucekaphan - Last post by klaus
That question has been around for a while and, like so many issues, I find it to be more of a theoretical than experiential issue.

Theoretically, you would need to distinguish between sealed bags on tube and solid-state mics. While keeping the bag open over solid-state mics makes some sense*, on tube mics, a case could be made* to always seal the bag after the mic was on:
the volume of (dryer) air in the body of the mic is greater than the air volume in the head basket.

Therefore, in a sealed environment, excess moisture will tend to be sucked away from the drier body to the more moist head, thereby drying out a moist capsule much more efficiently than through exposure to ambient air in the room.

* in practice, I have not found any different results between sealing and not sealing.

P.S.: I have a sticky that goes a bit more into drying out moist mics and capsules:
        https://repforums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/topic,37255.0.html

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 on: Yesterday at 09:33:24 AM 
Started by brucekaphan - Last post by radiovinhet
Cover any condenser mic whenever you are not using it continuously, even if just for an hour or two for lunch break. No need to talke it off the stand.

The reason: the capsule's electrostatic attraction (polarization voltage) continues, and airborne particles continue to fly towards the capsule, like the moth to the light.

What you think about seal this bags? Will avoid more moisture in the capsule? Example, in the case when i'll not use mic mics for 1 month...

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 on: Yesterday at 09:12:04 AM 
Started by radiovinhet - Last post by radiovinhet
I've found this 4 mics on ebay, but the seller don't know anything about it. Could be a good set of mics? German mics? Looks like pencil / shotguns mics. Thanks for your help.

 4 
 on: January 26, 2023, 09:19:56 AM 
Started by toranrt - Last post by jessicavanessa
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 on: January 23, 2023, 09:44:53 AM 
Started by vinylwall - Last post by klaus
Good to know, at least that it's an M22x1.
Try that size nut and let us know how it fits.

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 on: January 23, 2023, 08:15:33 AM 
Started by vinylwall - Last post by vinylwall
Thank you for this information.  Take care all.

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 on: January 23, 2023, 03:33:55 AM 
Started by vinylwall - Last post by schneidm
Hello,

the part was provided by Tuchel. The historical documentation just specifies: Tuchel T2810 M 22x1, compression moulded nut, without any further details.

Best regards,
Martin Schneider
Acoustics Development
Georg Neumann GmbH

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 on: January 22, 2023, 06:40:27 PM 
Started by vinylwall - Last post by klaus
I measured several NOS Tuchel inserts, both, threads on male connectors and female nuts (!), and found a clear match only for the pitch: 1.0MM
But metric tables are a bit less definitive about any M-designation (metric), see table, and I found nothing for inch/Whitworth correlates.

Here is what I measured:
OD of the male connector: one of them is 21.60mm black, NOS original), another (newer, NOS Amphenol-made) 21.74mm
ID of the original nut: 20.91or thereabout for both versions.

The metric thread table below identifies the closest match as "M22x1 6e"
Inch table have only 7/8" in the general vicinity but nothing close. I also perused a Whitworth table and nothing there either.

I will contact Martin Schneider of Neumann to find out what they may have.

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 on: January 22, 2023, 02:33:45 PM 
Started by vinylwall - Last post by vinylwall
Hello all.  I'm hoping someone can tell me the size and thread count of the jam nut used to mount the Tuchel connection into the bottom bell of a U47/U48.   ???   Thank you.

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 on: January 19, 2023, 10:53:07 AM 
Started by madisoncarr - Last post by sheryldixon
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