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About Eric Toline

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  • Birthday April 17

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    Coral Springs Florida
  • Interested in Sound for Picture
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    Owner, Production Sound Solutions, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale Florida

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  1. Eric Toline

    Cedar DNS 2 Digital I/O

    I can make you those adapters. Call me: 954-289-4770
  2. Eric Toline

    Cardiod Microphones

    TRS stands for Tip, Ring, Sleeve. Same connector that's used on your head phones. the Tip is the positive or the left channel on HP's. the Ring is the negative or the Right channel on HP's and the sleeve is the common ground for both channels. TRS microphone input connectors do not supply 48v phantom power for microphones that need it to work properly.
  3. Eric Toline

    Cardiod Microphones

    250GBP is about $330 usd. It's kind of difficult to recommend anything at that price point. The Sennheiser 416 sells for $1000 here.
  4. Eric Toline

    News from Audio, Ltd

    There are many 48vp to lav power adapters available now for people who want to plug in lavs to cameras with only 48vp power available. All that is needed is an XLRF to whatever tx input cable. It does make the tx package somewhat more cumbersome though.
  5. Eric Toline

    News from Audio, Ltd

    "Audio Limited to Offer Recording Feature on U.S. A10-TX Wireless Transmitters WATFORD, U.K., 2 JULY, 2018 – Audio Ltd. announces the introduction of a powerful new recording feature for A10-TX Digital Wireless transmitters sold in the U.S. market. Available on 9 July, 2018, firmware revision 2.0 brings built-in recording from balanced microphone and line-level inputs to the A10-TX. “The built-in recorder and timecode generator in the A10 transmitter have been great tools for our users. Up until now U.S. customers have not been able to take advantage of these features,” says Kishore Patel, managing director of Audio Ltd. He adds, “Version 2.0 brings recording to U.S. market A10-TX transmitters for boom microphones and other balanced microphone and line-level sources. In these applications, the A10 is not worn by the actor or presenter.” Audio Ltd A10-TX Transmitter with A-Boom accessory A10-TX Digital Wireless Transmitter with A-BOOM accessory The A10 Digital Wireless System includes two components, the A10-TX transmitter and A10-RX two-channel receiver. The A10 U.S. system operates in UHF frequencies, from 470 to 608 MHz (470 to 694 MHz internationally). Up to 15 systems can operate simultaneously in a U.S. television channel. The system is fully digital– microphone signals are converted to digital at the transmitter and remain digital all the way through to the receiver’s output. A digital system offers superb full-bandwidth, full-dynamic-range audio without the audible artifacts associated with analog RF links. The A10-TX transmitter offers a universal audio input accepting two-wire lavalier microphones, balanced microphones (selectable 12V or 48V phantom power), and balanced line-level signals. It includes an integrated digital recorder with a precision timecode generator (recording not available with lavalier microphones in U.S. market transmitters). An internal microSD card in the transmitter stores audio data in proprietary .mic format. The free Mic-to-WAV utility for Mac OS and Windows converts .mic files into industry-standard broadcast WAV files with timecode. Audio Ltd A10 System On location shot of the A10-TX Digital Wireless Transmitter with A-BOOM accessory. Photo credit: Quartal Studio The wideband two-channel A10-RX is the companion receiver for the A10-TX. The A10-RX is available in either a slot mount A10-RX-SL or cabled A10-RX-XLR model. More information on new features with 2.0 firmware, such as frequency scanning with the Sound Devices 688 mixer/recorder and SL-6 powering and wireless accessory will be available on 9 July, 2018."
  6. Eric Toline

    Countryman B6 caps?

    If the cap you use on the B6 is never changed then a dab of clear nail polish around the perimeter of the cap when it's in place will keep it there forever.
  7. Eric Toline

    The New Sanken CS-M1 microphone

    They are for sale now but we sold out our first shipment in 3 days. We have more on order from the Sanken U.S. distributor who says next shipment will be in about 4-6 weeks. I'll post when they arrive.
  8. Eric Toline

    Sanken COS 11 cable noise

    Got the file to open on a different comp, yes there is some rubbing noise but it's very hard to offer any specific advice from a short sample. It could be loose clothing rubbing on the capsule or the cable. You just have to keep working on placement and isolation of the capsule, I would suggest using the Rycote Overcovers for the capsule. Good luck.
  9. Eric Toline

    Sanken COS 11 cable noise

    Sorry there seems to be an issue on this comp with DLing the file.
  10. Eric Toline

    Sanken COS 11 cable noise

    Sorry can't open the file.
  11. Eric Toline

    Adapting Sennheiser G3 wired mics for use with Sony UWPs

    No that's not correct. The shield/ground and the white wire get tied together at the ground connection and the black wire goes to the tip for Sennheiser or the ring for Sony. The ring on the Sennheiser is for a line level input.
  12. Eric Toline

    Sony UWP-D11 kit mic creates noise when used with G3?

    Sony uses a different wiring configuration for their wireless mic input than Sennheiser. So a mic wired for Sennheiser 3.5mm TRS will not work with a Sony transmitter and the same the other way. Sony uses the ring of a tip-ring-sleeve connector for the audio input and everyone else uses the tip for audio. So for adding new mics you'll have to choose which system you want to use them with. You could have adapters made that would allow Sony transmitters to accept Sennheiser wired lavs to work and Sennheiser transmitters to work with Sony wired Lavs. My best advice is to choose which system you want to be the main one and choose to have new lavs wired for that one and use one adapter for all the other lavs you have now.
  13. Starting on Tuesday June 12th from 10am to 4 pm we'll have two of the new Sanken CS-M1 microphones available for demo. Production Sound Solutions 4549 Powerline Road, Oakland Park, Florida. RSVP not required, stop by and give a listen to this new breakthru microphone on your gear or ours. $895 is the price.
  14. Eric Toline

    Something is up with the HTTPS version of the site…

    I'm so glad that I have absolutely no clue about this issue or what you're talking about.
  15. Eric Toline

    Zoom F8n.

    It's kind of hard to beat a mixer with a ton of iron transformers.