HosaMogami

Thanks for the update!


jordan s

Chunger, I placed an order on your site about two weeks ago. Are you close to shipping it? I can pick up in person if need be. I live about 10-15 mins away from you if you're still in the East Bay.

chunger

Chunger, I placed an order on your site about two weeks ago. Are you close to shipping it? I can pick up in person if need be. I live about 10-15 mins away from you if you're still in the East Bay.

Hi Jordan,

I was short a few 3 pos screw terminals and those just showed up in the mail.  I'll let you know when I have your parts sorted and you can drop by.
DIY photo documentaries consolidated here:  http://studio939.blogspot.com

RuudNL

Re: Unmarked Microphone bodies and parts (SYT-5, CU-49, HT-11A, GT-2B, and U47)
« Reply #1103 on: September 10, 2018, 04:17:48 AM »
When will the Alctron HT-11A bodies be available again?
(It seems they are sold out for a long time.)
There is a solution for every problem!

http://www.vansteenisaudio.nl

chunger

Re: Unmarked Microphone bodies and parts (SYT-5, CU-49, HT-11A, GT-2B, and U47)
« Reply #1104 on: September 10, 2018, 07:28:25 AM »
When will the Alctron HT-11A bodies be available again?
(It seems they are sold out for a long time.)

Hello,

Note the recent status update https://groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=50015.msg890808#msg890808  A production batch of HT-11A  body kits have been completed and are currently in transit.
DIY photo documentaries consolidated here:  http://studio939.blogspot.com

jordan s

Re: Unmarked Microphone bodies and parts (SYT-5, CU-49, HT-11A, GT-2B, and U47)
« Reply #1105 on: September 12, 2018, 11:27:18 PM »
Got my order, thanks Chunger!

Re: Unmarked Microphone bodies and parts (SYT-5, CU-49, HT-11A, GT-2B, and U47)
« Reply #1106 on: September 22, 2018, 03:04:59 PM »
Hi guys, newbie here.
I've made clone type kits in the past (La2a's, Neve 1073, Pultec Eq etc) however I've not attempted a mic.... Until now.  Since giving music a break whilst working on my house I have now decided to set up a studio... Again!! Must be mad ;-)
I was hoping to make a U87 style mic. I'm sorry for my ignorance here but is there an unwritten rule that one place cannot just supply all of the parts needed in one go? I remember all of this rigmarole with my other projects... Its all flooding back to me now.
I like the DIY building but I hate the amount of hours spent searching the net.
Again I am sorry for my ignorance and would appreciate any advise.
Many Thanks
Brett

Pip

Re: Unmarked Microphone bodies and parts (SYT-5, CU-49, HT-11A, GT-2B, and U47)
« Reply #1107 on: September 22, 2018, 08:36:06 PM »
Hi guys, newbie here.
I've made clone type kits in the past (La2a's, Neve 1073, Pultec Eq etc) however I've not attempted a mic.... Until now.  Since giving music a break whilst working on my house I have now decided to set up a studio... Again!! Must be mad ;-)
I was hoping to make a U87 style mic. I'm sorry for my ignorance here but is there an unwritten rule that one place cannot just supply all of the parts needed in one go? I remember all of this rigmarole with my other projects... Its all flooding back to me now.
I like the DIY building but I hate the amount of hours spent searching the net.
Again I am sorry for my ignorance and would appreciate any advise.
Many Thanks
Brett

Go to the top of this topic, look in white market, research is what DIY is all about IMO!
Pip
New York City
http://geosonixlab.com

Go to the top of this topic, look in white market, research is what DIY is all about IMO!
Hi Pip, thanks for your response, I understand that this can all be part of the fun, but I really enjoy the making part, not so much the sourcing all the parts from all over the place part  :'(
I suppose I was just hoping that there was a one stop shop kinda thing going on by now, maybe there is and I've missed it somehow?

Brett