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Glen Deakin

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About Glen Deakin

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  • Birthday 04/22/1979

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    Toronto Canada
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    Toronto sound mixer / boom OP. Also play saxophone, flute, clarinet and oboe.

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  1. Glen Deakin

    Lectrosonics vs Audio Limited

    Audio LTD have a smaller 20x0 transmitter. So I would not be surprised if there is a smaller digital transmitter in the near future.
  2. Glen Deakin

    Lectrosonics vs Audio Limited

    Well now that sound devices is distribution in the US and they have been great for support of their audio equipment. I imagine the support for the wireless will be the same.
  3. Glen Deakin

    Large Boom pole case

    Do you have a link for this soft case? Thanks
  4. Glen Deakin

    Schoeps MiniCMIT or DPA 4017b

    +1 Having the mmp-c has been awesome. Haven't even touched the b since getting the c.
  5. Glen Deakin

    Schoeps MiniCMIT or DPA 4017b

    Wouldn't it be better to compare the mini cmit to the DPA 4017c?
  6. Glen Deakin

    Schoeps MiniCMIT or DPA 4017b

    Which one do YOU Yourself like?
  7. Glen Deakin

    K-Tek KBAC1 boom pole clip.

    I love happy endings
  8. Glen Deakin

    small bag

    +1 for the 607 bag. It's really light. Equipment is strong enough and well built that the extra strength and rigid frame that some bags provide is overkill and not worth the extra weight.
  9. Glen Deakin

    small bag

    For super small I use a mixpre-d going into a zax 742 with a stereo cone. Great for doing b-roll and being super small all of it is in a pacsafe waist pack. No need for a recorder at the 742 has it built in. Works great for a single boom for just b-roll Can throw a single wireless in there for the really small jobs.
  10. Glen Deakin

    K-Tek KBAC1 boom pole clip.

    How about contacting ktek directly???
  11. Glen Deakin

    Sanken Cs-M1 new mike

    The softie is not designed to be used with the Inv-lite but some have done it.
  12. I can't see how they would fit on the Sennheiser but if there's a way then give it a go
  13. I've seen the upgrade done on older style rycote systems that are non modular so it can be done just find someone experienced and who knows what size hole needs to be made to accommodate the screw for each lyer.
  14. Wowa that seems like a lot are you sure you're looking at the right item I believe you can just get the two lyers and not the conbox kit with lyers
  15. You could always drill proper holes into your Sennheiser mount and make the lyers work. They are available in an upgrade. Just be careful that you drill the right size holes. Of course you'll have to get the positioning correct
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