Hey everyone, So I recently ran into a serious issue while on a location shoot. I've never had any signal issues with any of my mics before, but for some reason, I've been getting a strange, periodic popping sound on my ME66. I have it plugged into channel one of my TASCAM DR-680 and the other channels are usually taken up by my Sennheiser G3s. When I first noticed it happening, I switched out the xlr cable thinking that was the problem. When it persisted, I switched out my boom pole from internally cabled to external, switched out the mic for another ME66 and even borrowed another DR-680 to no avail. I've tried unplugging all other inputs, switching my power supply from an external Li-on battery to AAs and even taking out all of my outputs. I'm really at the end of my rope here. The only things I haven't tried replacing are my headphones and the sd cards that I cycle through. Does anyone have any ideas? I thought I might be getting RF interference, but changing locations doesn't help and all my cables are shielded. I've considered that maybe both my right angle xlr's went at once, but that doesn't seem likely and none of the connections have shorted. I should mention that I can't replicate the sound by jiggling connections. It seems to come and go as it pleases. Any advice is much appreciated as this has baffled me for several days now. Thanks!