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#1 psquali

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 11:44 AM

I recently bought 4 crown mics from eBay.  One of the mics I know is a GLM-200.  The other 3 are a mystery.  They look just like an older version of a GLM, meaning that the head looks like it's made from a harder material than current GLM's.  They are white [or painted white], have very long cords from the diaphram to the XLR connection, and have an "H" on the back side of the head.  I've tried to remove the paint @ the XLR where the label would typically be but there is no label.  Can anyone help or tell me what brand & model these are?

Thanks in advance.

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Posted 28 March 2005 - 04:04 PM

Well that's going to be a little hard to say without seeing them. Would it be possible to get some photos in jpeg format and send them to Mark Chapman here at Crown Tech Support. (mchapman@crownintl.com ) Mark is our resident Crown microphone specialist here in Tech Support.

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Posted 28 March 2005 - 07:35 PM

Sorry, but the only digital camera I have @ home is this lousey cell phone.



The black mic is a GLM200 for comparison.  The wire around the white 'neck' was not put there be me, it must have been used for positioning the head, like a gooseneck.  The screen on 'white' is slightly wider than the GLM200 and sits lower on the body of the head.  ...Bad terminology. I know, but I hope this helps.  Thanks

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 09:29 AM

The white microphones are not our GLM's as we have never made them in white. After checking around with a couple of people the microphones you have could be a Countryman or a Tram. The H probably designates it as a Hypercardioid version of the microphone.

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Posted 29 March 2005 - 05:55 PM

Oh well,  I was hoping they were Crowns.  Thanks for your time & the info.