Stuart Rohre wrote:
> Mike, if you have the very oldest D 104, the bad audio reports you describe
> are typical of an impedance mismatched D104. It is a high impedance mike.
> To use it for modern low to medium impedance SSB mike inputs, you need a
> matching transformer, or an emitter follower preamp to step down the
> impedance from the 100,000 ohm range to say 600 ohms. Then, the mike will
> sound great. I use the D104 very successfully with Ten Tec rigs with
> attention to matching.
> Stuart Rohre
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Check out Heil they make a replacement element for the D104 and it works
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