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About EnotsMedia

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  • Location
    Harrisburg, PA
  • Interests
    snowboarding, kayaking, hiking, traveling
  • About
    I mainly work as an Audio Supervisor in Unscripted , Documentary and some Corporate work as well.
  • Interested in Sound for Picture

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  1. Thank you for this explanation. Helpful. BUT....if you purchased a single ear earpiece, labeled MONO....would it be silly to think it would NOT work with a Comtek? - see my frustration? It appears that there isn’t any Sidekick variety that works w/ a Comtek w/o using a mono adapter. Using an adapter, in my professional opinion, Using a mono adapter is the standard procedure for making stereo wired headphones play in phase with the Comtek mono connection adds a break/ failure point in the system. I would think that with the few IFB systems we use (Lectro/ SENN/ COMTEK) that the
  2. Thanks Rado...this all makes sense in words...but where are these options located- Not on the BB site.(or my usual suspects site) Sure i know I can get anything custom made..Why would it be wrong to think a MONO earpiece would not work on an MONO output -comtek? Rado-do you/ have you used the Sidekick w/ comtek 216? If you can please post a pic of the magical cables you speak of. Thanks!
  3. Rick, sorry I was incorrect and you are correct, the cable is TRS, but my feeling is that if the earpiece is sold as “mono” shouldn’t the 1/8” be TS, for mono? Or...
  4. Anyone using the Bubblebee Sidekick (ver 1) with a Comtek 216 RX? It appears it doesn’t want to play nice. No sound at all coming through. Tried multiple RX’s, no luck. Sidekick seems to be functioning, tried direct connection to headphone out of mixer (664) and also works connected to iPhone. So unit is functioning. BB says the Sidekick has a “universal 1/8” jack” and looks to be TRRS ....not TRS.. and current unit is “Left Ear/ Mono.” Using a Mono adapter on the Sidekick “fixes” the issue but not ideal or what i expected. Comtek 216 Rx is mono out ...so what am I missing? My dealer is look
  5. Not much to make out....It’s just a 3D printed cap. I had quite a few breaks on the straight style connectors, this relieves the pressure point and the cable direction feels more natural.
  6. Loving the Low Life, got some low profile TA5F whipped up for my DPA6061’s.
  7. I use Gotham Sound low pro jumpers, no problems ever. Super thin XLR cable has never failed me, even the set I use for camera mic use, and they get a lot of abuse. 10/10 recommend.
  8. That Micro usb is very fragile, for what it’s worth I use a short right angle micro usb - usb a , to a power bank for my CL12. I feel there’s less protruding with the right angle connection.
  9. Sorry for the self promotion. But I’ve been told a few times that my site “works” pretty good. ....I update it every so often. I feel it’s something that’s needed, but I’m not a fan of keeping up with it. Appreciate any thoughts. www.enotsmedia.com
  10. I used mine a few times to get a clean feed from a board at sporting events. It was nice not to worry about it for 5hrs then just batt swap and re jam. Same events I’ve used it as a ambient recording with a PS1-A and a MKH60. Again, set It and forget it. I’ve also used it to record some quick guitar/ keyboard jams to listen back (via 1/8”) while driving to get a feel/ ideas on how to progress... it’s a nice little unit to have on hand, so small and robust. Great addition to my kit.
  11. Regarding the distortion, I would check your monitor (headphone) level to make sure it’s not cranked too high- especially on a Reno show. Sometimes we tend to crank it higher to hear things then it can affect how high your mix and iso are set. (I like mine at -6db/- 4db using Remote Audio HN headphones, but to each his own.) I run my mix lower and iso’s Hotter, Just a thought. And for the Sony WX hop prob, ditch them, I always talk production out of a mix track/ hop whenever I can. You are more then likely overloading the 411 fronts by having the Sony TX so close -even low power and away
  12. Obviously not load tester, but I use this guy a good bit just to quickly check the levels on my Powerex AA’s... simple and works great. And...like you I get a pile of slightly used AA Li’s going and just want to know where they are at level wise, quickly determines what I feel comfortable using them in. D-FantiX Digital Battery Tester for AAA AA C D 9V 1.5V, Household Battery Checker Tester for Small Batteries Button Cell (Model: BT-168D) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014FEM21G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_3mHZCbM5CBXQS
  13. 3x SRB PSC RF MULTI SNA600a keeping things tidy and clean with NiteIze cable ties on each SMA run, RF Multi fits snug in the Stingray but is easily accessible to switch over to the ALP 650’s when in cart mode. , SNA’s fold up slim within the bag design. Nothing crazy, but it works well for my needs.
  14. Hot and Humid - loose, wicking T shirt (Patagonia Capilene is my jam), loose pants if it’s buggy, swampy, high grass. I only use bug spray when absolutely necessary. Comfortable shoes (you know your feet ) and extra change of socks helps for super swamp days. And always, always look for shade and stay there if possible. Favorite hat if you can’t be in the shade.
  15. Thanks Dave! It never occurred to me to see if they can make custom length. Going to reach out.
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