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 on: October 05, 2022, 02:08:59 PM 
Started by toranrt - Last post by toranrt
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 on: October 03, 2022, 09:37:05 AM 
Started by Eddie Eagle - Last post by Eddie Eagle
From my new Haunted Noodles collection.

https://soundcloud.com/iamlazerkat/lost-in-the-fabric-of-space-time

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 on: September 30, 2022, 10:50:24 PM 
Started by Spindrift - Last post by klaus
There is no standard that Neumann or the company(ies) which supplied cables for Neumann mics consistently adhered to. But there are predominant patterns I observed:

Audio (+) = white
Audio (-) = black or brown

Ground = thick blue
Heater = thick red

B+ = Yellow
(0-120V) = green

You can choose any color you like for any function, but it seems logical to at least terminate the thicker conductors as described.

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 on: September 30, 2022, 08:17:24 PM 
Started by Spindrift - Last post by Spindrift
Hi All,

Does anyone have a color chart for the wiring of an SM69 cable with genuine Neumann SM69 cable? The cable appears to have some larger conductors like tube mic cable for U67s etc.  And wish me luck, this looks like a bear of a connector to terminate.

Thanks,
Keith

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 on: September 28, 2022, 01:57:00 PM 
Started by soapfoot - Last post by moby
No affiliation; this winder in Serbia has been making some pretty interesting-looking reproductions of some of the harder-to-find vintage mic transformers.

Reviews over on GroupDIY have been very, very positive, and he's been over there as well documenting some of his process repairing, rewinding, and reverse-engineering some of these rare transformers.

He's just repaired and reverse-engineered the old Rohde and Schwarz V2545, which was the transformer in some early C12s (including the two best-sounding C12s I've ever personally heard).

I hope he can get enough interest to bring that one into production. He's just recently added transformers for the C12A, the C414-EB and C414-EB-P48.

https://www.mobytransformers.com
Hey to all! here I am. Thanks for such a kind words. I just realized that I never registered here, so I did it now.

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 on: September 25, 2022, 03:06:14 PM 
Started by Vertigorecording - Last post by Vertigorecording
Vertigorecording  -  thank you for the details on the McMaster Carr part number. After a year of use, do you find that the 30A durometer still provides enough stiffness to support the amp unit/capsule in the correct position when you hang the mic upside down?  I just installed the 30A and found that it would sag enough to let the capsule get very very close to the top of the grill.  I'm considering trying 40A.  I still have the original rubber support ring and it suffered the same issue (that's why I'm trying to replace it) The original material is much stiffer than the 1/8" - 30A sheet from McMaster Carr.

Good question, I don't actually own the mic but that is a concern!

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 on: September 24, 2022, 03:51:29 PM 
Started by Vertigorecording - Last post by shirk
#protips

Thanks, Klaus!

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 on: September 24, 2022, 11:27:45 AM 
Started by Ubermunch - Last post by klaus
You can plug a modern KK67 head onto a vintage U67. The only thing you need to do is either cut off the ground pin in the head or, more elegantly, drill a small hole into the head board where the ground pin of the head would go (it's already marked with a slightly different surface color in the head board).

You can buy the KK67/KK870 head assembly with or without basket from Neumann.

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 on: September 24, 2022, 11:20:26 AM 
Started by Vertigorecording - Last post by klaus
Alternative: buy the part for the new M49V from Neumann. It is identical with the original in fit and quality.

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 on: September 24, 2022, 09:53:42 AM 
Started by Vertigorecording - Last post by shirk
Vertigorecording  -  thank you for the details on the McMaster Carr part number. After a year of use, do you find that the 30A durometer still provides enough stiffness to support the amp unit/capsule in the correct position when you hang the mic upside down?  I just installed the 30A and found that it would sag enough to let the capsule get very very close to the top of the grill.  I'm considering trying 40A.  I still have the original rubber support ring and it suffered the same issue (that's why I'm trying to replace it) The original material is much stiffer than the 1/8" - 30A sheet from McMaster Carr. 

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