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    Production Sound Mixer over 35 years. CAS member. Local 52 member.
  1. Thank you all for your reply. Take care and be well.
  2. This is going back in time a little. My friend has 4 DAT tapes that were recorded on a Fostex PD4 at 48kHz, 30 fps non drop. He wants them transferred to a digital computer file that he can edit. On the Audio side, I was planning on using my Fostex Pd4 to transfer from it's AES/EBU digital output via a 110 ohm xlr into my Sound Devices 664's digital input. The 664 would be set to 48kHz/ 24 bit. I would send the Fostex's playback time code into the time code input of the 664. My question is, will this work without me doing anything to alter the playback speed for the file to work whe
  3. I think the mix bus link (Tape) in and out levels on all of the SD mixers is -10 . Feeding the 664 into the 442 through the mix bus was fine. After contacting Sound Devices, they verified that there is a problem feeding a 442 into a 664.
  4. Thanks Phil. In hindsight, I probably could of used the line outs, sent them into the 664 on channel 7 & 8, and had full fader level control from the 442 . I was stuck in the thought loop that in order to send the 442 line out into the 664, I would have to do it through a regular input, and loose that mic input (I was running 10 mics) I didn't think of switching the machine to 12 input mode, because I don't own a CL6. However It would of worked with the 442. At the end of all of this, It just would have been more convenient if the mix bus cable link worked properly.
  5. Thought about that, except the direct outs on the 442 are pre fade only and I wouldn't be able to ride gain or fade those channels out completely from my L,R mix. ( Client used LR mix for fast turnaround and didn't have time to use iso's)
  6. Good call. Checked with SD & Matt Mayer said There is an issue with the MixBus link between the 664 and 442.
  7. I had a job where I needed more than 6 inputs (Mic Level) , so I figured I could use my 442 and link it to my 664 via the xlt a35 cable from Sound Devices. The problem is when using the cable from the mix out on the 442 to the mix in/out of the 664, the level is too low (0db tone from 442 reads Under -10 on 664) When I feed the 664 into the 442, all levels are fine (Tone reads 0db on both machines and the level down the mix bus is fine. Tested this setup with 2 other 442 mixers & 2 other xlt a35 cables. Has anyone else had this problem? I would love to be able to record the l&r mix on
  8. I had a job where I needed more than 6 inputs (Mic Level) , so I figured I could use my 442 and link it to my 664 via the xlt a35 cable from Sound Devices. The problem is when using the cable from the mix out on the 442 to the mix in/out of the 664, the level is too low (0db tone from 442 reads Under -10 on 664) When I feed the 664 into the 442, all levels are fine (Tone reads 0db on both machines and the level down the mix bus is fine. Tested this setup with 2 other 442 mixers & 2 other xlt a35 cables. Has anyone else had this problem? I would love to be able to record the l&r mix on
  9. I had a job where I needed more than 6 inputs (Mic Level) , so I figured I could use my 442 and link it to my 664 via the xlt a35 cable from Sound Devices. The problem is when using the cable from the mix out on the 442 to the mix in/out of the 664, the level is too low (0db tone from 442 reads Under -10 on 664) When I feed the 664 into the 442, all levels are fine (Tone reads 0db on both machines and the level down the mix bus is fine. Tested this setup with 2 other 442 mixers & 2 other xlt a35 cables. Has anyone else had this problem? I would love to be able to record the l&r mix on
  10. Anyone using the new Lectrosonics SR receivers in their bag? If so how do they compare to the 411a reception wise?
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