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    Freelance Sound engineer in film since around 2013. Before CTO in a conference equipment rental company...
    Besides, running a recording studio for film and broadcast audio post production.

    Mainly doing documentary and tv-series stuff.

    Based in Vienna, Austria

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  1. For testing purposes run the tc through a mixer and play with the level. If you can reproduce/eliminate the problem you know it is that...
  2. Hi folks, I am going to add the mkh 8060 plus the Emesser ATE208 to my kit. Have any of you experience with this combo on an zaxcom 743 (or 742) s? Or general MS recording with this transmitter. Thanks for a good discussion!
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    TC cable

    Thanks for the great input! I have a crimp tool. Will check out rg174
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    TC cable

    What cable do you use for making proper tc cable? I have best results when using mic cable from a multicore I don't need any more. They work best on the lemo side but i struggle sometimes to get it nice on the bnc side. To solder the shield on the bnc shell works but doesn't look nice. Using a 50 Ohm bnc works well on that connector but sucks soldering on to the lemo 5pin... Best regards!
  5. With the right tools and a steady hand it is not that hard. Without a big loupe with led lights I wouldn't even start. The picture is just an example.
  6. What crimp tool do you use for the ferrule? I know there is one from lemo itself but is there a cheap, good alternative? I use the small hole on an rg 59 by now but it seems it is not as stable as it could be...
  7. Thank you for your input! @glenn I trust you blindley! Still: Do you have sources where this is explained? In my mind, having two filter after each other should not be a problem (apart from adding noise...) Going with the micplexer would tie my qrx200s to block 23 if i need to use all my trx. I am upgrading the qrx100 to an 200 eventually. @ramallo What made you change the AS-122 (and to what)?
  8. In a pipe or not, surrounding air pressure changes constantly. Any mic will handle this. Don't worry...
  9. I am considering buying one of them. I see an advantage in the AS-122 for having more inputs, wider band (so i could use one receiver in a totally different block) and a bit cheaper. My kit is all zaxcom (qrx200 and one qrx100 block 23 into a nomad 12) What are your thoughts? Have one of you compared these devices? Is there a potential issue with the qrx200 and the AS-122 regarding the filtering? Thank you and happy new year!
  10. I just learned it when checking on my dealers website... Sorry to be late. What chargers do you use? Sound guys solutions one look nice. Is there a "smart" charger? Or is it not necessary with these?
  11. I just learned that the TRXLA3 (The single AA version of Zaxcoms "normal" transmitters) is discontinued. Am i the only one who for maybe no particular reason feels uncomfortable when thinking of switching or adding np50 batterys to the arsenal? I am thinking of getting an ZMT3 phantom though... #showerthoughts
  12. So that means they run off 3V "plug on power" without batteries? They still need to be charged, right?
  13. I actually meant if they can be powered by some sort of phantom power or supply voltage... Thank you for the information!
  14. Can the mics be powered by something other than the (AAA and built in) batteries?
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