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Opening a mic
Old 12th February 2020
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Opening a mic

I have a Blue Dragonfly mic. I bought it new, and I only used it once, but when I tried to fit the two small nylon transport screws they didn't seem to line up with anything, and I noticed there seemed to be something moving around inside the mic.

This was a few years ago, and I arranged an RMA with Blue, but didn't get around to sending the mic to them!

I haven't looked at the mic since, and I would now like to use it. I'm in the UK, and wondered if I could open it up to see what might be wrong with it before going to the bother of sending it for repair.

How easy/difficult would it be to take a look inside?
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