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Its pretty hot and dry up here in Gauteng (South Africa) so I doubt humidity.

My other two condensors work fine all of the time.

I am worried that the one night we moved the equipment in the rain I may have got a drop or two on the mics... would that result in permanent damage though?

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try putting it next to an airconditioning vent. The dehumidified cool air should help dry it out.

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Thanks MSG, I'll give that go if they come back with no solution. We have a CAD dealer somewhere in South Africa, so that is where they have been sent to for now.

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ArtKau wrote:
Its pretty hot and dry up here in Gauteng (South Africa) so I doubt humidity.
have got a drop or two on the mics... would that result in permanent damage though?
I don't think so...not permanent.


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