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  1. 18 hours ago, Alex Weinberg said:

    The c vs b preamp sound virturaly identical you just lose the filtering options. Thanks JonG for making me feel better about humidity and the Schoeps.


    The difference between MMP-B & MMP-C Preamp isn't only at filtering options. The MMP-B Max. SPL is 138 dB; MMP-C Max. SPL is 146 dB. The MMP-B is single balanced output and the MMP-C is impedance balancing with active drive. You can see a different current consumption and also a maximum output voltage (in RMS terms) between them. If I had to choose between MMP-B and MMP-C, my choice will be MMP-C.

  2. I have Mini Mounts with DPA 4071.

    Way better from rounded concealer from DPA which you can easily lost parts of it.

    Also, check the video below from Matt Price during IBC about Mini Mount / Sanken COS 11 and dealing with wind.


    Starts at 3:40



  3. 10 hours ago, IronFilm said:

     I'd hope though that Deity makes a smaller TX in the future, but for their first product? I feel this is a close enough to a good size to make it be. (as going a lot smaller leads to functionality/price/battery life compromises)


    Yeap, not bad for first generation of wireless from Deity.

  4. 1 hour ago, IronFilm said:


    A G3 receiver is too big for you?! They're pretty small already. 
    And remember the Deity is a dual receiver, so you need to compare it to the size of two receivers. 


    Not the receiver, but the transmitter.

  5. It's an interesting product from Deity in 2.4 GHz wireless game.

    I found it a little big (transmitter dimensions) for my work, when the size of G3 is also big for my needs.

    Also, I will be interesting to read or hear a test with induction kitchens where G2 / G3 has been failed to me.

    Since this is the first generation wireless from Deity; isn't bad overall.


    Truly, I like the yellow colour; because it has the same colour of my favorite football club (lol).

  6. 17 hours ago, TimoK said:

    Hi Ilari,

    yes, very light microphones are a challenge to suspend. The distance between the Lyres plays a huge role, too. With such a short body, the weight of a windshield is mainly carried by the first Lyre. The longer the body / distance gets, the more the second Lyre can support the first.  Therefore we had to go for the 82-shore in the front because it needs to be able to carry a Softie and most of the weight of the mic. The second Lyre had to be 82-shore to control the side movements. When you attach the Softie, you obviously have the main load before the first Lyre, and the body acts like a lever. Thus, the 2nd Lyre needs to be strong enough to keep the reinforced side movements under control.

    However, we of course tested other combinations and mounts. This setup proofed to be the best compromise between suspension and mic control on the end of a 5m boom pole :)






    Hello Timo,


    I would like to congratulate you for your new position and job.




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