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Eric Toline

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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

    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.
  2. 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.
  3. Eric Toline

    Sanken COS 11 cable noise

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

    Sanken COS 11 cable noise

    Sorry can't open the file.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Eric Toline

    Zoom F8n.

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

    Zoom F8n.

    When the F8 came out 3 years ago we tested the F8 against the SD 552, 442 & 302, Zaxcom Nomad & Maxx and a couple of others that I can't recall. While not a scientific lab controlled test to be sure with an MKH 50 as the test mic, the concensus was the F8 was equal in sound to the 442 and they were tied for 1st place with the 552 running a close 2nd then the rest of the field.
  11. Eric Toline

    Pictures up load problem

    You're responding now to post I put up in December of last year? Why?
  12. Eric Toline

    Adapting Sennheiser G3 wired mics for use with Sony UWPs

    Sennheiser wired lavs to work with Sony wireless? Easiest thing to do is open the connector and unsolder the wire going to the tip and solder to the ring and you're done. From the solder side here's the diagram: *Tip-short tab *Ring-long tab *Ground tab w/ cable clamps
  13. Eric Toline

    Audix SCX1 HC and Sennheiser MKH 416 Audio Sample.

    It doesn't have the low end of the 50 but it has better reach with a slightly narrower pattern.
  14. Eric Toline

    Audix SCX1 HC and Sennheiser MKH 416 Audio Sample.

    Gotham should have it in about two weeks or so.
  15. Eric Toline

    Audix SCX1 HC and Sennheiser MKH 416 Audio Sample.

    I have no experience with the 1e. You'll have to be the judge when you hear the M1. The LF gradual roll off is amazing below 100hz as it allows the voice to be above the ambience with out any artifacts. IMO, with in reason it sounds better than any other shotgun I've used or heard but that of course is personal opinion.