Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I recently bought a used Shure wireless system. I accidently dropped my wireless SM58 microphone at practice (it dropped from maybe three feet up onto carpet) and now it isn't working. When I turn on the transmitter, it "pops" as usual and the receiver shows a signal as I switch it on. However, there's no longer a signal being picked up or a sound. I'd like to fix the mic myself if possible, I'm pretty handy in the electronics department.
I would imagine the mic element broke. To test, remove from the case and without touching anything else, touch (using a small screwdriver if need be) the solder connections on the wires for the mic element (while system is up). Hum? Yes? bad mic element. No? Problem with electronics. Look for broken wires also.
The receiver shows signal so RF is ok. You have a problem with the audio section.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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