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    Still photographer with interest in sound in every way.
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  1. For the Go II it’s a very nice feature indeed. But for being an eventual loophole side stepping the patent with a built in microphone, my theory fails.
  2. When I fast skimmed through the saxcom patents I notice this being pretty much repeated through out. audio input port configured to couple to an audio input device But the Rode does not have an input port. They have audio input device directly on/in their device. Could it be that simple that Sax never thought about a built in microphone?
  3. SD built their system to be easy to generate, download and install a light weight license file which enable an already existing function in the recorders firmware. Cant really blame them for that. The simplicity is really good and a solid and production stable solution. The verification of the license is done in recorder. There are no revocation options of a license as the recorder is not an online entity or would require a firmware stored block list to disable an already downloaded file. It's either a good will gesture from SD if a unit is deemed write off or for us to
  4. All other plugin licenses from SD are encrypted/hashed with recorders serial thus bound to the specific recorder. All functionality are already in firmware. The purchases are final. One could hope that SD will honor and fully top up any previously bought plugins in case one have to return a machine to them which later turns out to be beyond repair. But who know. Would be great if they could make an official statement.
  5. Here’s a F4 for cheap and from France. cant beat the zooms when it comes to bang for buck. https://www.leboncoin.fr/image_son/1917115168.htm?ac=206978287
  6. Did your TC trouble got solved? Was it a broken machine and what did SD repair in it?
  7. I’ve used my MixPre-6 with iPhone as an interface and it worked out fine. If the Deity is class compliant it should work out fine. It’s a bit app-dependant. You need an app which can manage external inputs for multi channel recordings. Audiobus can route the sound. GarageBand is free and can do recordings. SD have actually published a little piece about this. https://www.sounddevices.com/mixpre-ii-series-as-audio-interfaces-for-tablets-and-phones/
  8. It looks more like metal fatigue as if it was screwed on with too much torque during manufacturing.
  9. The Zoom H5 with its detachable mic module is not that large either and it manage 2 channels phantom powered. Dimensions of H5 without module: 67 x 135 x 42 mm Weight without module: 176g. And you can use it as an ADC with an iOS device if you feel the need for that.
  10. So they have known about it for a couple of years and not cared enough to solve it - or it’s a hardware related defect which can’t be solved through firmware. Anyway its a bit saddening and should not be neglected this way
  11. Most of them are speced at around 10000 cycles. But which part that might fail in the end I don’t know.
  12. Yes. works perfect with my UltraSync Ones as well.
  13. I still love my HHB Portadat 1000 TC even though it’s lived in storage for a very long time. Even the HHB logo was one of the better designed ones.
  14. Do you only need the LTC to put TC for the video or do you need audio to go with the Hero7 video as well? My first thought is that it’s your audio processing setting that is causing confusion. Check what it is set to. Low: Applies minimal processing to the audio file. Saves a .wav file with 3 separate audio tracks – one for each mic on the camera. Medium: Applies some processing, including your manual audio choice if enabled (stereo or wind). High: Fully processed audio (matches the audio that you’ll find attached with your video – but higher quality).
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