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How in the world Do I open a Sennheiser Md421
Old 20th August 2005
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How in the world Do I open a Sennheiser Md421

Im not sure if this questions goes here or not but, My MD421 just stoped working today for no reason what so ever. i wasnt dropped or wet or anything. Im trying to figure out how to get inside to see if some got loose but there are no screw holes or anything. Do any of you guys know ? Thanks!

JP
Old 20th August 2005
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I have no idea, but if you need some parts, I've got one here with a busted casing that's not working at the moment, (I don't think... maybe I should plug it in).
Old 21st August 2005
  #3
Whack it really hard with a drum stick?
Old 21st August 2005
  #4
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Originally Posted by Jules
Whack it really hard with a drum stick?
Funny, I actually managed to open my drumstick by whacking it really hard with a 421 - in fact my drummer now plays with 421s instead of sticks thumbsup
Cut out that middle part, like feedin the tuna fish mayonnaise

Only problem is, he has to switch to 84s when he plays the ohs, and a 451 when he plays the hat, .......
Old 21st August 2005
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OT - (sorry) That would be good - a whole drum track done with expencive drum mic's instead of sticks - U47 on the kick (AS BEATER) etc...

Perhaps someone with a buget that alows for sushi for the PT operators assistant and 3 trucks of producers gear could try that for us and let us know how they got on...!

re mic' repair ..

http://www.lmcaudio.co.uk/techsupport.html
Old 21st August 2005
  #6
Han
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There's this small plate with the serial number and there's a small screw under it.
Old 21st August 2005
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[QUOTE=Han]There's this small plate with the serial number and there's a small screw under it. [/QUOTE


Thanks Hans and Jules. My god, those things are miniature tanks!! The outer casing is hard ass plastic, but inside they have another metal casing. If you pack them pretty good with gun powder, they'll make some pretty good granades. My neighboor is gonna have to watch out now!
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