Happy New Year!
Here is the correspondance on the pcb pad for the U67 Mic pcb AMI sent me the updated schematic with these details below.The circuit:... and the reference image:Best,Rich
First post! And perhaps the most useless... http://www.crameda.com/pdf_files/eng/multiswitch/MS-L-E-060915.pdfIf one was willing to go the extra mile and mount these to Chungers u67 will it work electricaly with the circuit? Not sure what current and voltage flows through the pattern switch. It's possible to get custom markings on the thumb wheel so if well mounted they would look pretty nice. Or? I might be in over my head here.. =) /Emil
Of course it's complicated! Even fitting it/them to body is probably close to impossible due to the size of them. Would look cool though, and closer to original Neumann design.
Had the body powder coated almond.Interested in the above switches or other cosmetic improvementsNeed a new grill built the same contour lines as mic body / original 67. Back side of grill to be black wire (like elam). Probably going to go for open weave one layer c12 type. Anyone here messed with different mesh sizes and types on 67/87 types? Even contemplating buying head assembly from sennheiser.Polish grill holder to chrome.Need to source touchel connector.Probably wont stick those flags on there... was just messing around with a pin.
Hey guys, I just bought some gac7 cable from redco, and a have a couple questions before I start assembling it. Is there a specific color to pin number orientation? I noticed that the blue wire is a thicker gauge. I am also unsure as to what I should do with the shield. I'm having trouble loading some of the build docs on my ipad By the way, that powder coated body looks excellent, I might have to do something similar
Thanks Dany, that's everything I needed to know and more. Thanks for the explanation. I get an error when I try to load the build docs. The safety one loads fine every time.
All good points Sredna. Yea, I wouldn't just "trust" anything. I'm gathering as many tubes, bought and borrowed, as I can to do a listening test with a friend who has two 67's. I'm going to try out the selected ones from that link so I know if it's going to be sufficient or not for future tube mic builds.