For Sale: Electro-Voice 727SR ceramic microphone
$20 including shipping.
But wait! There's more...
You may or may not recall that right before Dayton, I mentioned that I had
recently bought this "wired for Ten-Tec" EV 727SR mike... only to find out
when it arrived that it wasn't wired for a 4 pin connector (Corsair, Omni,
etc.) but was wired with a 1/4" stereo phono plug for some of the older
rigs. (No one's fault but my own for not verifying that first).
Yes, I did pick up the parts to modify the mike. However, thanks to the
generosity of my friend Greg NB3C (nee KQ3DX), who recently sold his Omni
VI, I now have a 705 Electret Microphone to use with my Omni VI+. And this
makes the EV surplus.
The mike cost me $19 + shipping, but I'll pass it on to a better owner for
an even $20 and pay for the shipping myself (domestic only please).
Not only that, but I'll throw in (at no additional charge) a KDK DM-55A (if
I can read the small print correctly) mike that I picked up at Dayton. My
original plan was to build a small "converter box" that I was going to plug
the EV into, and use the cable from this KDK to attach back to the Omni (and
add in connection for a footswitch and so forth). The rest of the parts I
have a use for, but the KDK mike, I don't. So, since it was intended for
use in the EV project, I'll pass it on with the mike. (I have no idea of
the working condition of the KDK mike; I was told it worked "just fine" but
bought it as-is, and that's how I'm passing it on.
Oh, before I forget, the EV mike is still in the bag as received from the
dealer. Never had a reason to open it...so I'm passing it on that way.
Anyone interested in the mikes, please email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now, that leaves me with only one major problem.
You see, the Omni VI+ is a black-dot Ten-Tec, but the 705 mike is an
orange-red dot TT. I just hope that, considering all the discussions on
these matters in recent years here on the reflector, that the two ARE
73, ron w3wn
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