not that it was all that big of a deal to add another 6" gooseneck (my last one though) which I bought cheap, I still have another flange somewhere about the place so I had that covered, and plenty of mic cables.
This is not set up to use but to show, I can remove any gooseneck and have the mic up in the attic if I want. As you can see space is limited so one combo that might not work is a large dia condenser (I have 3) with a dynamic and the ribbon mic. But I can use a condenser in place of the ribbon though and that mic cable has a right angle plug so it has more room to move it about. Of course I added the foam to the existing insulation and the bottom is about 1/3 full of foam stacked up.
One thing about the Jet City that should be noted is that the jacks, mic cable/plug and gooseneck that came with it a were pure garbage. But given the next reasonable option above a Jet City is the Rivera at 1000 bux (compared to 329 for the Jet City) with less than 50 more (not counting mics of course) for mods this isn't a bad way to go and it sounds great (but I can tweak that too)
I never learned anything from being right Hink 2012
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