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Hello is there any users using the Microtech Gefell M310 and if so have you usd it with a zaxcom hop in bag any intererence from.the zax digital am modulation?..thanks Richard

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I use it w/ an all zax set up w/ no problems. It seems like a tough mic to introduce interference to. I can't remember where I read it, but I think it actually uses 80V across the membrane and there was something about optical coupling that helps keep out unwanted buzzing.

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1 hour ago, mikerobertson said:

I use it w/ an all zax set up w/ no problems. It seems like a tough mic to introduce interference to. I can't remember where I read it, but I think it actually uses 80V across the membrane and there was something about optical coupling that helps keep out unwanted buzzing.

Hello Mike thanks for the info much appreciated..do you use m310 on interior boom and if so how do you find it..about to pull the trigger on buying one..thanks richard

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It's my usual interior mic - I like it, you get a little more in the top end and a bit less in the bottom vs. a 50. The only real issue I had with it is that it doesn't work with a Lectrosonics plug on (I don't know why). It also takes a second to fire up - it goes silent for a half second when powering up. Other than that, it's a pretty darn good mic.

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6 hours ago, mikerobertson said:

It's my usual interior mic - I like it, you get a little more in the top end and a bit less in the bottom vs. a 50. The only real issue I had with it is that it doesn't work with a Lectrosonics plug on (I don't know why). It also takes a second to fire up - it goes silent for a half second when powering up. Other than that, it's a pretty darn good mic.

 

There are some mics that require you to reverse the phase to use them with Lectro plug-ons. 

 

At least that used to be true but I'm not sure about Lectro's latest versions. 

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