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Mikro Addict

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    New York, NY
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    Making movies and documentaries.
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    I am fascinated by all thing audio especially vintage and home mods.
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  1. I am looking for a shallow rackmount pullout shelf for my control surface. Used is fine.
  2. Thanks for the advice which is greatly appreciated. I hope it is the same when working with a Lectrosonics SRA receiver too. I have set the gain in the receiver to zero dB, and the channel 3 & 4 recorder gain to +5dB, as you have suggested. Now, I If I am to connect a shotgun microphone like an MKH 416 running on external +48V phantom power, will the +5db setting will be adequate or would I need to increase it?
  3. As a followup, to this excellent video, if I were to connect a wireless receiver, will I get optimal levels by adjusting the trim knob on the side? I do not really want to add another mixer to get mic level on those channels. Should I be setting line level in the receiver then? If so, which Lectrosonics receiver should I be using? I have old UCR and SRA receivers at my disposal.
  4. Has anyone 3D printed or sourced colored boots for Rean TA3 straight connectors?
  5. Has anyone 3D printed or sourced colored boots for Rean TA3 straight connectors?
  6. Hi Janik, This is a great effort. Could you please share the STL files on ThingVerse or SoundFish? Merry Christmas, M
  7. I am in favor of using 4x8 or 12 black thick cardboard boards creating a sound baffle which stand up on their own, when a couple of them are taped together. More effective than sound blankets, zero erection time and no reflections (camera department loves them due to the negative bounce). Not easily foldable like the sound blankets, but I strap them on top of my car, IKEA ad style.
  8. Definitely a MK41/CMR Colette combo. You will be forever changed.
  9. Has anyone tried 3D printing the first locking collar an old vdB boompole?
  10. I Hi I have this spare Rycote SuperShield front end which you could easily modify to fit a 8060 with an end cap.
  11. Nice idea. I have the same problem with my G1 and G2 Sennheisers, which I use for timecode and camera hops, besides IEMs. Could you print coupla more for me?
  12. I am looking for a 25mm top collar for this vdB carbon fiber boompole. I have reached out to the manufacturer in Paris, but the technicians appear to be on vacation. In the meantime, I am looking for used parts from Rode, Ktek and the like.
  13. I need a solution to connect a Schoeps CUT60 and a CMR. Will a GVG do the job?
  14. I am looking for work in multi-camera narrative in the North East. Tons of gear and experience.
  15. My Edirol R-4 Pro timecode recorder has been my workhorse for many years. https://proav.roland.com/global/products/r-4_pro/ It powers up and all other functions appear fine, except when the Record button is pressed would light up, but not activate. I have reached out to Roland for the pressure switch part, but I would need a tech to put it in. Best, Mano
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