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Old 11-14-05, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default Isomax Countryman Headset Microphone...

... wired for a Sennheiser.

I thought I was cool enough to wear this thing, it turns out I am much more suited to a coathanger lanyard. Oh well. It's pretty much brand new, it's been used 4 times. It's an E6i, click here for the countryman website, these things are almost invisible. I have all the caps and the windscreen as well as the case it came with and the warranty. It's black, not flesh colored.

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Old 11-14-05, 06:35 PM   #2
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. . .what about the Countryman didn't work out for you?

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Old 11-14-05, 09:40 PM   #3
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Aesthetics, mostly. Regardless of what other people tell you, I'm a stand up guy; it's just more natural for me to have a microphone in my hand, which I can then just throw into the lanyard once I need my hands free. That, and I can't do my sound effects with the isomax because I'm not going to put the tip of a $500 headset in my mouth and spit all over it. I highly recommend this thing, I think it's great, but more suited aesthetically to someone who isn't so crass, mean, dirty, and a stand up comedian.
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Ah ha. I have one, and it works very well for my needs, since I solved the problem of it falling off when I laid down. I was just wondering what kind of problem you were having with it.

Thanks for the info--that certainly makes sense.
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how much you want for this thing???
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I'm still sitting on this thing, if anyone is interested. It's still brand new, it's worth about $400 (I paid 435 for it).

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It's still lying around, and I'm in need of cash as I won't really be able to work during the competition (we only get three days off in three weeks). Still brand new.
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What competion are you doing?
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Good luck Eric answered my own question.
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Do you think it would work well to capture my harmonica voice and kazoo??? Does it come off the headset so I can strap it to my harmonica holder?
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It's got this clip thing that you use in order to turn it into a lav, that might attach to your harmonica holder, but I'm not sure.... click here for the info on it.
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