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  1. I have a colleague who is looking to have a cooper looked at in either the UK or Sweden? Any recommendations? Thanks, Michael
  2. Hello folks, I'm currently using a portabrace AO organizer, and I'm looking for a new bag that is light and flexible. I don't love the stingray, but as far as I can tell (based on measurements), my options are as follows: K-Tek Stingray (Medium),OR-32, OR-41, or possibly something from Kortwich. Any thoughts on the matter? Thanks, Michael
  3. Hey Folks, I'm curious about the 1610 and whether or not it would fit the rycote AE windshield with the handle. I'd be looking to have in the 1610 with the handle folded down but facing the lid. The dimensions imply it would fit, but does anyone have any experience with this case and the AE windshield? I'm not in a position to head to a store and test it out. I'm just wondering if I'll need something deeper like the 1620. Thanks, Michael
  4. Thanks Derrick. I appreciate the response.
  5. Those who have gone down this road, did you order Mcmaster part #2108T22 or 2108T25. It is the different between a .79" diameter or .87" diameter. The .79's would fit snuggly. Just curious how snug. Thanks!
  6. I just received this response from Casey at Sound Devices: We have seen a number of these drives used in our 788T without issues. We do not install SSD's in the lower 7-Series units. We had mixed results during our testing with SSD's and I have had similar reports from our customers. In some cases we have seen issues formatting the drive or audible artifacts in the recording. Casey Luft Sound Devices, LLC
  7. Anyone running these SSDs in their 7 series recorders? http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extreme-2-5-Inch-Solid-SDSSDX-240G-G25/dp/B006EKJ8UI/ref=br_lf_m_1001225461_1_3_ttl?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&s=pc&pf_rd_p=1560989522&pf_rd_s=center-3&pf_rd_t=1401&pf_rd_i=1001225461&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=0DWW251YT4G47JB9B1NZ Amazon has a good deal going on right now.
  8. I'm just curious if folks have been using these windscreens: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/835680-REG/Bubblebee_Industries_BBI_L02_BK_Windbubble_Miniature_Imitation_Fur.html I have been using rycotes but I haven't been totally happy with the way the work with DPA4060s. Thanks, Michael
  9. Thanks for that great photo, Phil. I'm curious have you used the cinela out in the wind with the fur outside? Does it hold up in the wind? Thanks! Michael
  10. I am not using CCM's but the full size CMC5 bodies, so I cannot use a full size zeppelin. Any thoughts on the LEO vs the BBG would be helpful: This is the product. http://www.cinela.fr/catalog.php?pid=74
  11. Hey Folks, I know there have been other posts addressing this issue, but I think I have a slightly different use case. I've been doing a series of double ORTF recordings out in the woods with Schoeps CMC5/MK4 caps. With that setup, in an ORTF configuration, I cannot use full-size zeppelins. My setup for wind protection consists 4 rycote ballgags with the windjammer and they work "okay" but I'm still getting some buffeting on heavier gusts. I know they are never going to perform like a full zep, but I'm wondering if anyone has heard any of the cinela leo balls in heavy-ish winds. I'd love to hear some real world reports before I drop the cash on 4 of them. If you curious to hear some of my results: http://sepulchra.com/blog/?p=1994 http://sepulchra.com/blog/?p=2004 Thanks in advance, Michael Rabbit Ears Audio SFX: http://rabbitearsaudio.com BLOG: http://sepulchra.com/blog/
  12. I tried searching the forums but no luck. I just heard on the twitter that SSDs actually consume more power on the 744T: "no significant performance gain for increased power consumption."
  13. I'm just curious if folks have seen a marked improvement in battery life on the 744T when an SSD was used. Thanks, Michael http://rabbitearsaudio.com
  14. Thanks for posting to the blog Howard. Those were crazy recordings to make.
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