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Csaba Major

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    I am a location sound recordist in Hungary.

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  1. I’ve 3d printed a box for the receivers. There is no cover for mini, but it doesn’t need. If i have to work in rain, i will use a rain poncho. The box and the mini assembled with a screw at the mini‘s bottom. The sennheiser IEM transmitters are fitting at the strap. (2pieces series2000 transmitter with 100mw) so there is 6wireless and 2 ifb line, and i have a pair of mic/line analog input. this rig is cca 4.5 kg with batteries. it can work for 4 hours with 2 aaton batteries. (At least 3,5hours)
  2. You can't use this for Iphone telephone calls. Only for Zoom or Messenger Calls. Iphone doesn't give you acces via USB soundcards.
  3. Sadly it’s not a soultion for telephone calls. Iphone breaks the usb connection if you start a phone call. My solution is a minijack lighning Y cable, and sending a mic level mix from ProTools or a SD recorder.
  4. I’ve buyed a Cantar mini for bag works, and i gonna make a 3D printed “box” for the receivers. It just a prototype. There is space for 3 src, and an NP1 battery, and a power distro. I had an earlyer version with antenna distro as well, but i’ve dropeed this item. I’m facing to smaller, lighter stuff. Now its 5kg with NP1, anf two Cantar batt.. I’ve printed some early versions. Tomorrow will finished the new prototype, i will make some photos about it.
  5. Hi! Can could you please send me the .stl file? Im curious about the AudioRoot Power distro mounting!
  6. You can buy it from Lectrosonics.
  7. Sennheiser HMD26 https://en-us.sennheiser.com/professional-headset-tv-radio-broadcast-hmd-26-ii
  8. Here is mine. - 633 - 3pieces of SRc - soundbag dashboard - Rieger Antenna distro - AudioRoot power distro - NP1 batt in the back pocket - 2pieces of sennheiser 2000transmitter for IEM it’s lightweight and awsome. I can use it with my RF Venue sharkFin antenna.
  9. The blue tracks are the mix tracks. MixL MixR you can rerecord the playback audio to a desired track. this method is very difficult, but it’s not a rocket science. If you have done with the preparation, its very easy to playing back the files. Finally i have found aerfect video about it:
  10. Offcourse. There is detailed instructions in the Cantar User Manual. The blue tracks are the mix tracks. MixL MixR you can rerecord the playback audio to a desired track. this method is very difficult, but it’s not a rocket science. If you have done with the preparation, its very easy to playing back the files. yes it is. The blue tracks are the mix tracks. MixL MixR you can rerecord the playback audio to a desired track. this method is very difficult, but it’s not a rocket science. If you have done with the preparation, its very easy to playing back the files.
  11. What do you need? It’s an amazing feature of Cantar. you can play back any files what you recorded before. During the recording. you can make if i remember well, 21 start and end point. So during recording the Cantar workingbas a theater playback machine. You can route the playback files to any track, and any output. You can prepare 5 different playback file, with 21 start and stop point of each. You can’t import files. You can play back, what you recorded before.
  12. But I have find the tailor.
  13. Thank you for this detailed pictures!
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