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About soundtrane

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    Bombay, INDIA
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    jazz, cinema, art, technology
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    20 years and more of location sound and audio post in the most difficult conditions. Own equipment rig, top of the line stuff, never rented out.

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  1. hihi = hehe heh...
  2. Mike, how do you charge the battery? What is the capacity you are using? 10Ah?
  3. Second that. the WRC is the place where one needs representation in the first place - in the first place setup where they purportedly decide on spectrum (re-)allocation...
  4. One can always record unprocessed tracks - it's the world of multitrack digital recorders...
  5. Sponge (wet) is not recommended by experts. because of the thermal shock caused. brass wool is the recommended method for cleaning tips. and - AVOID tip tinners... also when you finish, clean the tip and 'tin' it with solder before you turn the thing off. this way the tip is always covered and will not oxidise... After years of using cheap solder station(s), i finally invested in the industry standard - METCAL. What a difference! It is simply incredible... Of course, expensive, but... I have the pre-heater, hot air station and the soldering station with two handpieces (soldering iron and tweezers) now... -vin
  6. time to ask them again! and MPR50
  7. For the amount of current consumption of a DNS 2, one does not really need to use a very thick cable...
  8. Robert, after many years of using G3 systems for foldback, i switched to Wisycom IEM. I have the dual 250mW Tx and 4 x Wisycom bodypacks which are diversity receivers which are for my boom ops and utility most of the time. I also have a number of G3 Rx for the rest of the crowd. This system works perfectly. Range is incredible even at 100 mW. For antennas I use the Wisycom ground planes... For portable, I use a G3 Tx. Wisycom Rx are definitely much better sounding than anything else, even when driven by a G3 Tx. The range is incredible even with the G3 Tx. If you really want a high quality Rx reception, this is the way to go. my 2 cents... -vin
  9. Would advise to check the voltage on the plug on tx compared to the 48V Ph from the mixer... Apart from this, cant think of anythying else off-hand....
  10. Maybe Randy Thom?
  11. blue = zaxcom
  12. HA! That completely depends on HOW the LtRt was created. I will only say this much now on this thread to avoid creating any more confusion, and more importantly a sudden void in the middle of all that is going on here. the Center -- in an LR space is a GHOST center. created from equal amplitude, zero phase signals going to both L and R speakers.
  13. Constantin, my friend, hope you are well! Feels like AGES since we met, but it is just about a year or so. I have no idea since i have still not used these connectors. I just feel that you should go through the LEMO docs and it will give you a much better idea. Yet, if you want me to - i will ask my local Indian LEMO rep, who is a SUPERB person for more info on this. At some point of time i too will need this information. warmest regards -vin