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  1. Digital Preamps

    I was wondering if anyone is familiar with digital preamps and the various unique sonic elements that different brands offer. I 've tried a number of different analogue preamps in my life and can audition the differences of an SSL preamp and a more commercial Tascam preamp as well as the transparency of a Sonosax one but I am not much experienced on digital preamps. Has anyone compared the digital preamp offerings from Schoeps, Lake People and Audio root ? I am particularly interested on compact preamp offerings rather than 1 U units. Is anyone aware of the current draw required for Digital Phantom Powering and whether DPP restricts on board batteries on compact units ( i.e. DPP needs an external power source ). Since A/D is always taking place in the mic with digital mics, do digital preamps play as an important role as analogue ones ? Best
  2. New 512Wh Lithium-iron phosphate battery with eSMART technology! The eSMART LiFe-512wh is directly compatible with our smart power distributors. Plug-in your battery on an AUDIOROOT eSMART compatible power distributor and benefit from real time battery State Of Charge informations! http://www.audioroot.fr/product/esmart-life-512wh/
  3. AUDIOROOT is proud to present it’s latest product line of high power LiFePO4 batteries. These batteries available in 9 and 20Ah capacities are now eSMART enabled and fully compatible with our power distributors with integrated fuel gauge technology. The eSMART LiFe-115Wh and eSMART LiFe-256Wh are a perfect match to our latest dual battery power distributor for location sound recording : K-ART. Add 1 or 2 low cost LiFePO4 travel chargers to your kit and you will get the perfect power solution for your sound cart. The eSMART LiFe batteries are also compatible with our compact power distributors eSMART BG-DU and BG-DU-REG. More informations http://www.audioroot.fr/product/esmart-life-115wh/ http://www.audioroot.fr/product/esmart-life-256wh/
  4. AudioRoot eSMART K-ART The AUDIOROOT eSMART K-ART is a low footprint power distribution box with a total of 16 direct DC power outputs and 4 x USB 5V ground isolated outputs. The K-ART includes 10 led illuminated power switches, a main power switch and 2 battery fuel gauges. Like it’s little brother eSMART BG-DU the K-ART is fully compatible with any type of battery ranging from 9 to 18V. When used with our eSMART Li-xxWh batteries the K-ART provides full battery informations without any calibration routine. This product was designed for use on small to medium size location sound carts. The power distributor can be connected to 2 batteries at once. The 2 batteries will discharge simultaneously thru an integrated ideal diode. These batteries can be of any type of chemistry (SLA, NI-MH or LI-ION) and the 2 fuel gauges provide all the informations required to monitor the batteries state of charge (voltage, current, power, etc…). The eSMART K-ART uses internal coulomb counters and a calibration routine to measure each battery’s true capacity and display it’s remaining capacity in real time. This power distributor is also fully compatible with our full line of Li-XXwh smart batteries. When plugging an AUDIOROOT eSMART Li-xxWh battery to the K-ART the user will have access to all the battery’s information without the need to perform any type of calibration. More informations: http://www.audioroot.fr/product/esmart-k-art/
  5. Here's a link to the Audioroot cLINK 2.4Ghz camera hop: http://www.audioroot.fr/audioroot-wireless-audio-camera-link-product-42.html I'm not sure of the various attempts to use the 2.4Ghz as the frequencies for a camera hop because of all the 'other' types of kit trying to use these frequencies including the 2.4Ghz video senders that would be sitting a few inches away! Apart from that I think it looks fantastic! Wil
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