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About jason porter

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    I have been recording sound for almost 20 years. Mostly TV, doc & lifestyle.

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  1. Try a BNC connector that is for rg174.
  2. Keep a close eye on it for the first few days. I've had unreliable batteries in the past, as well as a poor connection of the battery.
  3. Nothing to be afraid of. Remove all screws from top and bottom of case. Note the longer and shorter screws and where they go. There are another 4 screws (I believe) that hold the XLR board in place. Remove them and the ribbon cable if you are comfortable with that. I think you can still change the battery without completely removing the XLR board.
  4. Those are UHF antennas tuned for Block 20. The picture has all the information you need.
  5. Maybe they're referring to the old Ambient TRX units. https://ambient.de/en/product/time-code-link/
  6. I had the battery door issue with my TCX2s. Even though I had to ship them back to Gotham (from Canada) who sent them to Betso, they got turned around rather quickly, less than a month. I've waited longer to get simple cables made! 😀
  7. Do you mean ucr301? They can have frequencies locked (not really, but a custom group of frequencies programmed) I don't believe the 300 (or 205, etc) can be manually programmed like that...maybe they can with some board-level tampering.
  8. Pixel, Android 9. No issues, but I'm very new to it and have only used Wingman on one shoot.
  9. I may be wrong about the planted mics, but they said they have a day to record the sounds of the car (engine, exhaust, doors, creaks etc)
  10. There is an article or two written about the sound production. I believe they use Zaxcom recording transmitters, planted mics and crossed fingers.
  11. I worked with 2 RED Gemini this past week. One had the tiny 4 pin Lemo TC, the other had the OMOD XLR2 add-on which was standard 5-pin Lemo.
  12. I have a new one that is considerably stiffer than my older ones. I haven't had issues with it showing through clothing.
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