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    New York Based Local 52 Sound Mixer/Boom/Utility.

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  1. If they won't wear an industry standard transmitter on their body, they can just go ahead and loop it.
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    Red Helium Fan

    Thanks very much. I'll be sure to refer to this in the future!
  3. A quick anecdote: I recently did a reshoot for a film using two Red Heliums (they said the 8K was mandatory). The fans, even at their lowest settings, made everything on the booms unusable. Once that was clear to everyone and they decided to max out the fans anyway, the cameras were still overheating and would cut after about 8 minutes, not long enough for the takes we were doing. They had to bring the cameras outside the stage to cool down. Anyone ever hear of anything like this with the Helium? Camera department tried everything to no avail.
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    Searching for a splitter

    That's what I've been doing actually but I like the idea of redundant isos from the receivers instead of the mixer/recorder. Never know when it can save you. Matt Mayer, thanks for the suggestion. I'm surprised what I'm looking for isn't more ubiquitous in our world. This looks promising. I checked with Crimson and theirs is mic level but could be attempted with line level like Doug's Art S8. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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    Searching for a splitter

    Thanks a bunch for this. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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    Searching for a splitter

    Thank you. Something I didn't know. Much appreciated. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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    Searching for a splitter

    If you know of one that fits the description in my original post and is available today, please point me in the right direction. I'm only finding mic level or phoenix connectors on anything with more than one channel. Thank you. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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    Searching for a splitter

    Please don't think I haven't tried that. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  9. BAB414

    Searching for a splitter

    Thanks Eric. There website is awful but I did send them an email. Surely they are not the only company making something like this. And it's not available yet anyway. Any other products people are currently using? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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    Searching for a splitter

    Thanks Mike. I saw this. There's not enough info online to tell me if it's line level or not. Wondering if anyone else makes something similar in the mean time. Best, Ben Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
  11. Hey all, I've searched all the usual suspects. Does anyone make a 1ru (or any rackmount size) 4-8 channel LINE LEVEL splitter with XLR ins and outs? I want it for redundancy recording to a second recorder on the cart. The closest I've found is either mic level only or with special phoenix connectors for the outputs. Best, Ben
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    So... Nothing new from SD at NAB, I guess.

    I find it a little strange that so many people think SD has to come out with something new. While that would have been very exciting for me, the 6 series is more than capable of handling all the cart-based narrative work that I do. It certainly has its limitations, track count being one of them if you need more than 12 sources which is rare for many, but not all of us. If you need more tracks and you're dedicated to SD, then get a 970 or one of the other Pix recorders. I know it's not just track count though. My 664 is my primary recorder and while it gets the job done, I wish I had more outputs and auxes and routing options. I wish my slate mic could go to the comteks without being recorded in the mix track but also without using X1 or X2. I wish they would fix some of the CL-12 bugs that I've emailed them about many months ago and I wish they would take my advice and change a few things in the firmware so that if you're using a CL-12, you NEVER have to touch the machine to access/change something in the menu or confirm a new entry of a track name, etc. And one of the biggest gripes I've seen from others, that you can't control the trims on on the control surface - yeah I guess it's a little inconvenient but I've actually gotten used to it. I would hate to see SD come out with something mediocre just for the sake of it. They're a fantastic company and they have not forgotten about their pro user base. They will release a new machine for us when it's ready.
  13. I for one am happy about it Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk
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    Sound Devices recorders - which way to go?

    Wait for NAB Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G891A using Tapatalk