B_Van_Deusen Posted March 4, 2022 Report Share Posted March 4, 2022 Hi, I have several mic cables that have recently developed “nics” along the cable that are just on the outside casing. The mics work fine, there are no intermittency or interference issues. I suspect it happened after putting them in some DPA mic cases that were too small, and the edges snipped the cable casing. I’ve had these mics for years without this, and after putting these cases into play I noticed this development pretty quickly. Anyways, many of these “nics” are in the middle of the cable, or near the mic itself. I’m looking for a product to repair the nic, probably a rubber cement, that ideally doesn’t harden or compromise any of the other parts of the cable. I don’t want to use heat shrink because that also often creates a hard edge that can damage the casing from it rubbing against it. Does anyone have a product they recommend or have found a good solution to a similar problem? (To be clear, cutting the resoldering endings is not an option here, the nics are way up the mic line) best wishes, Brett Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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