Why You're Getting Wind Noise ...

WingManGT

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Jan 16, 2017
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I ride a
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Yeah I thought about soldering a resistor, but considering I have no idea what value I'm going to end up needing it has to be adjustable :). As for the resistance, the current mic I'm having is 600 ohm like a set of big full sized headphones. So if I'm correct in order to drop the level around 20dB i have to solder a 2.2k resistors, but I'd rather have it adjustable like I said. Still I'm gonna give it a shot since I won't have anything better to do during the winter.
 

MasterSpin

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Nov 1, 2017
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I ride a
2015 mv agusta 800 dragster rr
I was frustrated with severe wind noise on my first 2-3 videos..tried blocking the front vents =nothing...at last I used my neck scarf to block the wind from under my chin=success!..My newer vids are now clear of wind noise at speed..I am using a prism tube with the stock mic.
 
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Mrhooligan

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Oct 17, 2017
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I ride a
Triumph Thruxton 900
Wow, I'm using a Sony ECMcs3. It's excellent when I'm riding around on roads around 45MPH (I also have the wind screens on. Helps a bit.) After that it gets shotty. I also don't have the most aerodynamical helmet either. But this is excellent information. I'll surely be looking into those proper mics. Thanks for sharing this information!!!
 
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