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  1. Hi Matthias, Congrats for three seasons "Dark" and thanks for the detailed writeup, especially your experience with heavy SFX rain. I'd imagine the sound of the boom from below with the rainman turned around plus heavy rain is rather compromised? How does the Cinela Kelly work compared to the Rainman? Does it have that "stream" as well?
  2. Thank you Constantin, very insightful clips.
  3. Happy to report back, that the RF choke cured my setup and I can use my CCM41 with an HMa directly on the Cinela Osix now- yay!! Thank you again Philippe / Cinela.
  4. That's what I like so much about cinela. Fantastic products and fantastic customer support! Thank you Philippe
  5. Hi Group, I'm having issues with my Schoeps CCM41 - Cinela OSIX - Lectro HMa setup. It produces an unusable hiss. Already tried disconnecting ground from shell - no difference. Placing a short XLR cable between OSIX and HMa cures the problem, as well as using a Lemo-XLR cable from CCM41 to HMa directly. The HMa works fine with my CMIT - Rycote WSK4 setup. Has anyone encountered this problem before? Thanks and best regards, claus
  6. another +1 for Sennheiser. I use two SK300 G3 bodypack transmitters on my cart; one for boom, one for director/script/village. On both transmitters I have the SMA mod, so I can remote my SNA600 antennae. It works really well!
  7. Chris, did you use the 30x30 8mm for 19'' equipment, does it fit without any additional rack rails? I'm in research-mode for a new cart built.... cheers from vienna claus
  8. Hello, I know some of you are using the Tascam DR-10CS with adapter cables for lectro TA5f wired lavs. Has anyone personal experience with DPA4060 wired for lectro? how is the recording level on the Tascam? thanks in advance, claus
  9. Bartek, It's a scratch track - there is some bleed, but you can make it work ok and reduce it to minimum with careful gain staging. don't know about they A7s II or ninja flame, but with a Blackmagic Pocket Cam you can adjust input levels independently, which helps. Works ok for onset playback, but wouldn't want to use for dailies and certainly not for editing. The Tentacle Sync Software works great with that kind of setup as it automatically senses the Audio TC Track. It's super easy to use with multicam projects btw. +1
  10. Both devices don't have TC inputs: for that kind of scenario I use a custom made cable; 2x mini jack -> 1x stereo jack. that way you can get your scratch track on ch.1 AND TC on ch.2. It's not a standard cable, need to look up the special wiring. Bear in mind that with this setup you cannot really playback audio on camera because you usually can't mute ch.2 What is your scratch track for? cheers, claus
  11. Sorry - could not resist: Find a local sound student. Hear what SHE has been doing previously. If she's better….. Cheers
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