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  1. I used the Sxs8 from 1989-2006 and then the SX-STD from 2006-2018 when I retired. The ST is superior in many ways both sonically and ergonomics. The preamp/limiter structure is better as well.The dual rail faders made a huge difference. Headroom on the ST is better. The Sxs is a lovely mixer and still is the backup mixer for my boom op who bought the whole kit and is now mixing. If you are careful with your gain settings and don't mind riding the global gain knob during high dynamic scenes, the Sxs is an inexpensive "proper" console. There is not a better location mixer made than the SX-ST.
  2. I wonder if the TC once jammed will pass-thru via USB to Boom Recorder or equivalent?
  3. We use the Sennheiser SKM 300 because it has a programmable mute button. You can easily set it up as PTT. We have two matched wireless systems and two QSC 10's. If we need to fill a larger area, we connect the second Sennheiser receiver up to the second QSC so it works wirelessly as well. Couldn't be happier with the speakers. They have great fidelity and are VERY loud if you want them to be. Set the squelch to high on the receiver in a heavy RF environment. Hope this helps.
  4. I also bought my my 744T in 2005. Use it's SPdif and TC out into a Motu and Boom Recorder. STILL USING THIS SAME SETUP 12 YEARS LATER! Always wanted 8+1 tracks and this was the only easy way to do it in 2005. Roughly 2000+ shoot days without incident. I purchased the Sonosax ST8D in 2006 with the hope it's internal recorder would be comprehensive enough to use but it never came to fruition and the very important need to easily input metadata still isn't fully developed. Great mixing board tho. Maybe the R4+ will be fully operational (Dante' Metadata ect...) some day but I think I'll have hung
  5. I am a huge fan of Sonosax mixing consoles but hearing about catastrophic equipment failure scares the hell out of me. Did you have a backup?
  6. I agree with both Jacques and Jeff. I bought my first Sonosax in 1989. I had come from Post Production and knew the sound quality of Neve and Neumann. I still do a mono mix and somewhere around 97% of my MONO mix is what ends up on the dubbing stage for final finess'. I use my current ST8D eq all day long with every mic both lav and boom. Don't dispare Mr. Sax. We are all trying to get the best quality of tracks possible and your products have made this possible in a rapidly changing recording environment. Je suis d'accord à la fois avec Jacques et Jeff . Je l'ai acheté mon premier Sonosax en
  7. I really like what all the major manufacturers are producing for our niche industry. One of the things that was really helpful in the original Sonosax SX8 was the integrated slide out shelf. That is where my script pages are pasted for easy reference during filming. I wonder if SD could make an optional set of slightly raised wood (or even aluminum) sides with notches for a slide out plexi lid?
  8. A very nice looking unit overall. Add a slate mic and boom op out would be nice but not necessary for me as I would be feeding it from ST8D. If the Dante ouput works, I would feed Boom Recorder. I hope the config and data is easy to set up via WIFI and easy to change.
  9. Ramsay

    Deva 32

    Thanks Jeff, I didn't catch the EQ info.
  10. Ramsay

    Deva 32

    I don't understand why there isn't anything more than a HP filter. I use subtle eq on my ST8D all day long when I am on set. Nice set of features tho.
  11. Can you ask if they are planning an updated internal recorder for the ST8D and if it will have similar features? I've only been waiting 8 years for the internal recorder to be complete enough to actually motivate me to fill the empty slot on my board. Thanks!
  12. Try to get ahold of our local IASTE 891 avails list. 604-664-8916
  13. I used the Blueline for years as my main dialogue mic. I had used Shoeps and Neumann previously, but the interference from camera transmitters became an issue. I use the MKH 50's now, but the Blueline was an excellent mic.
  14. Mr. Sax, Will you be building a hardware version of this to fit in my ST8D as a 16 track internal recorder? It would be nice to record 9+ tracks with easy metadata entry.
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