I would like to build a mic with this capsule and use a standard one-transistor Jfet circuit of ECM electret mics (common source either
Has anyone ever tried to wire such a large capsule with a single Jfet transistor ? Do you think this might work as a decent condenser mic ?
Thank you for the comments!
The picture showed a 451, with the omni capsule, but an XLR female to male Tuschel connector, a small box with a Tuchel female, and on the other end . . a BNC socket. Complete with BNC to ¼" jack. I think this put people off, and I put a bid in for a realistic amount and got it.
can you tell me how to solder it please? If you can draw on the picture where to exactly solder the 2 cables I would be really grateful
460JW is Jim Williams moded 460B body, 460Stock is the stock body, and which capsule is attached you cen derive from the file name.
These are two different takes on a 7 string flamenco guitar, so one gets a pretty nice range of frequencies. There was also some buzz in the guitar which I purposedly left to see how the mics react.
is there a way to connect the AKG CK94 figure eight capsule with a C451E or C460B body? Some kind of adopter?
Advice much appreciated
I've been reading various posts here that talk about the NT5. Then it's further mentioned that the NT55 is a better choice as it has the same omni capsules as used by the NT5 AND has a nice set of cardioid capsules. I've also read that the NT55 cardioid capsules are the same as on the NT4. Here is the question.
I have an NT4. Are the capsules on the NT5 removable? If so, and I bought a pair of them, would putting my NT4 capsules on the NT5 be the same (or at least similar) to having an NT55 (Not withstanding that the NT55 has various switching options)
Thanks in advance for any information
It's been a while since I've posted. I have heard "B3 Capsules" in passing, from a couple of sound guys preping for a job. Can anyone tell me what they are referring too? Is this a microphone capsule?-- and if so to what mic and manufacturer?