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CAD HM50VC Harmonica Mic

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HARPMAN
Feb 24, 2009 2:40 PM GMT

I make a successful bid by ebay.

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Feb 24, 2009 6:24 PM GMT
BlowsMeAwy Greg Replied:

I have one. This is basically a JT30 / Hohner BluesBlaster - same shell, VC and element as an original BluesBlaster, which means an MC151 crystal. After the supply ran out Hohner switched to an el-cheapo-piece'o'crap element that is worthless. I don't know enough about the chronology of the CAD model to know whether there's a chance that it might have suffered the same indignation. The one I have had an MC151 in it. The volume control, like a BluesBlaster, is only 500K which is too low for a crystal mic. I ripped mine out, along with the XLR connector, and gave it a screw-on connector. Now it is JUST like a true JT30.

/Greg

BlowsMeAway Productions


Feb 25, 2009 10:03 AM GMT
HARPMAN Replied:

Thanks GREG !

I understood about CAD HM50VC .

And I have your products, In-Line Volume Control.


Mar 06, 2009 2:44 PM GMT
HARPMAN Replied:

I get CAD HM50VC mic yesterday.

See photo at my blog.

http://ameblo.jp/harpman/entry-10219768464.html


Mar 07, 2009 7:21 PM GMT
Barbeque Bob M Replied:

When those mics were produced, the only thing different was the gold trim on them and nothing else. CAD is well known in higher quality audio circles, so for thast crowd, it's an easier sell, wheras in most audio circles, the old thing Astatic ever stood for were cheapo mics and turntable needles.


Mar 07, 2009 8:57 PM GMT
HARPMAN Replied:

>Barbeque Bob M

Thanks Bob, I understand.

It is same as 80`s JT-30.


Mar 17, 2009 5:30 PM GMT
Barbeque Bob M Replied:

It's closer to a mid to late 80's version, but I'll take anyone made prior to 1984 when Astatic was still making their own crystals and ceramics and used the screw on connectors any day of the week over anything they've made since then.



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