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About Kisaha

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  1. Kisaha

    Are Sennheiser HD 26s worth the price?

    What is the problem with the 25s?? I never had any issue, is anything I have to be aware of? I got recently the original velour pads and they are great.
  2. Kisaha

    Choosing boom pole

    Have you used an Ambient QXS? Do you know how they do compare? QXS580 is excellent for a lot of different jobs. 80-330cm and 620gr. It is very sized convinient and fits well to various mid size Orca/K tek boom bags.
  3. Kisaha

    Deity Connect.

    All these sound amazing, really. Is this true diversity X 2, or if only one TX is beeing used?
  4. Kisaha

    Anyone used the Hawk Woods DV-SQNR Power Adaptor?

    I believe it doesn't show battery capacity. I am planning to use it with AA batteries inside the recorder as a backup/fail-safe "valve". It has 2 additional hirose and they regulate in 12V.
  5. Kisaha

    Anyone used the Hawk Woods DV-SQNR Power Adaptor?

    I just ordered the SQN2S for my F8. I will be able to comment next week, hopefully, but they are a very common solution.
  6. Kisaha


    Is there any issue with Zoom F8, still?
  7. Kisaha

    DPA 4018C vs Sennheiser MKH50

    I would go for the MKH50, but I am quite happy with my Audix-es so far, but if you have the budget go for the 50. I own the Oktava but it is not really a film and video pro tool.
  8. Kisaha

    Getting back in the game... Need pole reviews.

    Vdb has a new range. PSC have been reliable through the years. Ambient QXS are excellent for general use. I am debating buying a medium K-Tek or an Ambient QXS for ENG work.
  9. Kisaha

    V-Mic D3 Pro

    Aputure is being active, for sure. Just can't really place their products to my workflow. I am sure they sell well to people that put image as their first priority, while have a minimum budget for sound, and these are the vast majority.
  10. Kisaha

    V-Mic D3 Pro

    Is this relevant to our job? Or is it just for cameramen?Is it a poor man's CS-1M?
  11. Kisaha

    Sanken Cs-M1 new mike

    What about reflections indoors? Is it "behaving" similar to an MKH50? And what about outdoors, does it "cut" it through the noises?
  12. Kisaha

    Deity Connect.

    What about it? Does it have? How much?!
  13. Kisaha

    Sanken Cs-M1 new mike

    You are not hijacking. This is a very important aspect, and the microphone it is so new that we need all the experiences we can get. What is your opinion about the reach, acoustic quality, indoors vs outdoors, this vs other well known mics? What mounting and air protecting accessories are you using?
  14. Kisaha

    Sanken Cs-M1 new mike

    The HG is "harder" so can put a softie in front, I have the 7 and is too "soft" even for more basic configurations. I will probably buy just the HG lyres and replace them on the mount.
  15. Kisaha

    Sanken Cs-M1 new mike

    I, too, am between the 2 Sanken's. There are plenty of aforementioned solutions from all makers. Bubblebee Spacer XS fits, a few Rycote solutions, (WS10 probably)/a Rycote special for Sanken (including the softie) and the most advanced idea I have seen, that can be mounted easily on a camera, the Cinela Cosi (watch the video).