Paul Vannatto;157895 wrote:
I moved this post to a new thread. Having it included with your other is going to become quite messy in responses, since the topics are so different.
Anthonie Hunter;157904 wrote:
Could you please specify the Make and Model of that Lav mike?
Scott Kennett;157911 wrote:
Thank you, Paul. I wasn't sure about creating a new thread or to leave it tied to the other one since it may have an impact on why we were having sound problems. I reckon that I could place a link to that thread here in case anyone is interested in seeing a tie-in.
I'm not sure what microphone comes standard, but this is the LAV we're using (Shure BLX1 Bodypack Transmitter, H10).
Anthonie Hunter;157966 wrote:
Your theory that 'the diaphragm is being held in place with energy' is wrong.
Any mic is a mechanical device, of which the diaphragm is by default in the neutral position, without any current needed.