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  • Birthday 10/17/1960

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    I am a production-soundmixer from Berlin/Germany shooting mostly Tv-Movies/Movies of the Week but also rent out gear for other mixers.
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  1. Hi Michael, I have worked with mkh50 and -40 wirelessly for a long time and the microfones never had a problem. To use EMC-Connectors is a good idea, because the connector extends the rf-safe housing of the mic over the open (not shielded) wires. The gap ind the shield between the mic and the connector is the culprit in most cases because it is not symmetrically wired. (see pic). cheers Christian
  2. Most kid´s clothes like jeans or jeans jackets are usually stiffer than grown up ones, because the manufacturers don´t reduce the thickness of the fabric, when they make them. So kids produce more rustling noises than the big ones. Thats why my first choice would be a boom. But because most of them are amateurs and you can´t rely on them, I always wire kids.
  3. Hi ramallo, how can Wireless Work Bench see the spectrum of RF Explorer? Wireless Microfone Analyzer is able to see RF Explorer on USBtoUART. christian
  4. The mics are called "Haun" if you look at the "Thomann" Website. https://www.thomann.de/de/haun_mbc_440_stereo.htm
  5. They look exactly like the ECM-88: https://pro.sony/en_SG/products/lavalier-and-headset-microphones/ecm-88bpt I own a few of those for almost 10 years and like the sound and the ruggedness. They are smaller and shorter than Cos-11. Downside: sound goes in through small slits on the side left & right. If you put them on a sticky, you have to be very careful not to block the openings. some mounting techs dont work because of the openings on the side. https://cvp.com/product/used_sony_ecm-88bc
  6. My new video link: two 2.4ghz wifi transmitters attached to the "video combo". Sdi to hdmi converter on the backside, all four devices powered by usb from either "anton bauer" on the combo or from a powerbank.
  7. K&M 23550 https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/534727-REG/K_M_23550_500_55_23550_Adjustable_Microphone_Bar.html
  8. I bought a pair of Beyer DT240 as replacement for HD-25/director/AD etc. and I am really surprised, how good they sound. I will def. buy more pairs in the future because they survived life on set in 2019 without a problem and are really affordable. Cheers Christian
  9. Hi Michael, what is RF oscillating? Cheers Christian
  10. https://www.wimo.com/en/rf-explorer-3g combined with this software: https://github.com/berkon/wireless-microphone-analyzer/blob/master/README.md Bernd Konnerth the developer is a very helpful guy. You can contribute to the software and make requests.
  11. Maybe this little device from AudioLtd can help you: http://www.audioltd.com/tech-articles/a-filter-rf-filter-for-balanced-microphones/
  12. That is a really good idea! I would try to incorporate the first shockabsorber into the tube to make the whole thing as small as possible. You have got the hollow tube anyway, so what if you use the black tube as a shock absorber like an Ambient "Floater" upside down?
  13. https://de-de.sennheiser.com/sifa Singapore Permitted Frequency Bands MHz Range TV CH License Status Max Transmission Power Bandwidth Notes Source Reference 169.4000 - 175.0000 Licence Exempt 500mW ERP View 180.0000 - 200.0000 - Licence Exempt 112 dBμV/m @ 10m View 470.0000 - 698.0000 - Licence Exempt 10mW ERP View 487.0000 - 507.0000 - Licence Exempt 12 dBμV/m @ 10m View 1880.0000 - 1900.0000 - Licence Required 100mW EIRP View 2400.0000 - 2483.5000 - Licence Required 100mW EIRP View TV Channel Spacing: 8 MHz DTV Broadcast Standard: DVB-T / DVB-T2
  14. You will need three input channels to decode on your desk as shown in the pic. The relation between the level of the Mid- and the Side-Channels makes the width of the stereo panorama. The Side-channels must be linked. Happy decoding!
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