Welcome to this build guide step by step of our C12 DIY Kit.

 WARNING! The construction process of this tutorial is only for educational purposes.
Everything must be done only by qualified technicians and electronicians. This DIY project
involves
to work with the circuit of the Power Supply which has lethal voltages. A very good
knowledge of electronics and soldering is required before starting the project.

 

Chapters:


1. Populating the PSU PCB
2. Assembling the PSU Box
3. Pre-calibration
4. Populating the microphone PCB
5. Assembling the microphone
6. Assembling the 7pin cable (optional)
7. Final Microphone Calibration


To make this microphone, you will need:

- Our full kit C12 DIY Kit or Partial Kit.

It includes our high quality PCB, a perfect recreation of the Vintage C12 circuit.

 

 

- An electronic or analog multimeter to calibrate the microphone.

 

 

- A quality soldering iron with a fine tip.

 

 

- Tin of quality (0.5mm - 1mm)

 

- A small cutting pliers special electronic and cutter

- Set of precision screwdrivers.

- Possibly a desoldering pump, if ever you need to desoldering a component misplaced.

- Cleaning solder flux. Isopropyl alcohol to about 90% with a toothbrush and cotton swab will do the trick.
It is important to clean your welds and remove the flux which may interact with the circuit.

Once you are ready, that you have gathered all the necessary materials and that you are now aware risks, we can begin.
















































THE MK2 EDITION USES TOROIDAL TRANSFORMER. JUST REPLACE ALL WIRES BY THE NEW COLOR.




























FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: BLACK-RED, BLACK-RED
MK2 EDITION TOROIDAL TRANSFORMER: BLACK- ORANGE, BLUE-YELLOW





ON THIS NEW PICTURE: MK2 EDITION: BLACK=BLUE, RED=ORANGE











MK2 EDITION:
1=BLACK
2=ORANGE
3=BLUE
4=YELLOW


















































































































































































































































Toutes les photographies de ce tutoriel sont soumises au droit de l'auteur

2014 © Mic & Mod

 

Plug your XLR to preamp, and do not activate the +48V phantom power.

All pictures in this tutorial are subject to the right of the author

2014 © Mic & Mod


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