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Robert Buncher

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  1. I have a chance to buy this set up but no guarantee it works. Any opinions. Value if working. Thanks Bob
  2. Jeff, my condolences to you and your family.
  3. Well, I guess I needn't have concerned myself with this. The remote control was not wireless but a wired joystick so no problems for me, a short day and home again.
  4. I'm going to be working around one of these Robo Cams next week, Sony BRC-H900 recording to a PIX 240. I'll be running three talent wires and sending wireless scratch to the Pix and also to another camera so I'm concerned about RF from the remote control. Does anyone have any more information at what frequencies these are spitting out RF? I see Wandering Ear's scan is in the lower 600s. Thanks. Bob
  5. The two PC board antennas I ordered arrived yesterday.
  6. Hey Jason, The image of your finished antenna is no longer available. Could you post it again? Thanks, Bob
  7. Jeff, After the upgrade I keep getting a "page reloading" message and find it difficult to read the forum. This did not happen previously. Thanks, Bob
  8. Thanks for the replies on this. All my lavs either work or don't work so I could not go that route. Instead I picked up a short Beyer Dynamic gooseneck mic on Ebay for $20 and that is working just fine. I put it in the battery pocket of the Petrol with the mic just sticking out.
  9. My error. Matt Mayer The only fader pack available for the 688 is the CL-6. The CL-6 can be bottom mounted since we had to change the top connector to accommodate the SL-6.
  10. Robert Buncher Matt Mayer. Are you saying not Mix 12 for the 633 or no mix 12 for the 688? Thanks. 52 mins · Like Matt Mayer Correct. The 633 doesn't have any connection available for any external fader pack. 46 mins · Like Robert Buncher Thanks for the reply. I believe some folks were misreading your statement to mean no fader for the 688 and I did not think that is what you said.
  11. There is a good thread on this-- search "Jwsoundgroup Peter Engh 7-pin". Based on that thread I decided to make my 7-pin XLR snake using the 7th pin as ground.
  12. For those of you who are using an external slate mic on the 664, what mic are you using? Thanks, Bob
  13. Thanks Pierre, My concern was sending an unbalanced signal into a balanced input. Up until now I had been sending just an audio signal from a G2 to the BMC. I would jump the shield and ring on the G2 1/8 and connect them to the shield on the BMC 1/4 and then connect the G2 tip to the BMC tip. This works fine. It seems my option with sending both TC and audio is possibly: TIG 1/8 to BMC 1/4 x2 Shield to Shield Left and Right Tip (TC) to Tip Left (TC) Ring (Audio) to Ring Right (Audio) I'll try this but I think there will be the problem of unbalance into balanced. Bob
  14. I need to make a cable to send time code and audio from a TIG to a Blackmagic camera. So the BMC has two 1/4 inputs which are balanced. I want to send the TC to one channel and audio to the other channel. I'll be splitting these from the 1/8 connector. How would I wire this? Thanks, Bob
  15. I friend of mine asked if it is possible to recover the programing on an helical video tape from the early 1970"s The tape is a Sony V-32 I see that there are companies that offer this service and was wondering if anyone on JWSound has used any of these services and , if so, how did it go? Is there any company that you would recommend? Thanks, Bob
  16. Thanks Gavin. I figured it would weigh in about there and so ordered the 633 and 607. That should give my aging back a break on long days. I carry my lavs and tape in a bag on my belt. Bob
  17. Gavin, that's the Petrol 607 bag that your 633 is in, correct? I'm thinking of setting up the same bag with the 633 and two or three Lectros. Could you tell me how much your bag weights in total? Thanks, Bob
  18. Malcolm, Yes, that's the cable I am referring to and I have been looking for it for a good while, just in an effort to isolate the boom mic as much as possible. I hadn't been able to find a supplier. Thanks for the info. Bob
  19. Bill and Eric, Thanks for the info on the Techflex. I guess as a separate question, where can I get cloth covered cable to use as a short connecting cable between a boom pole and a mic? I have not been able to find that type of cable. Thanks.
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