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  1. Nice John. The MakerBeam stuff is a neat idea. I think when I looked at the 8020 10 series, just a basic one foot piece of the extruded material was close to a pound. The MB at 10mm probably weighs 6-8oz per foot. I would offer if you decide to add the Hydra or just change things look at the birch plywood laminated carbon fiber. A 12x12x1/16" piece weighs about .43lbs. I am curious what you are using to support and manipulate the SNA antennas? David
  2. Glad to see the video of the making of the RA cans. I bought a pair when they first came out. Not sure who made them for Trew. I had to recable mine a few years ago. The insides looked like something my grandmother would have made. Kept the drivers and added better and improved sound deadening materials. Nice to know they have been improved.
  3. Also storing your batteries with the proper crystal can extend their life. Blue or green seem best. Back to the Jack Daniels
  4. And then Vitec comes along and buys Audiotonix
  5. Hang in there for the SRd receivers, reduced weight plus a familiar form factor. And digital.
  6. Matthias, over the years I have tried and used the configurations you tested. For me the Schoeps BLM-03c outperforms all of the others. ymmv
  7. Finger tips grow back, slates won't.
  8. +1 Cody. Invested in the Hydra system, so easy to plug in another receiver and you are off and running.
  9. SRd to go along with the new transmitters???
  10. John, my basic travel cover.
  11. Really nice John. We have been adopting and fostering for about the same length of time. They really are like potato chips. We also had one Galgo along with eight hounds over the years. Down to just two hounds at this time. Berry and Jack. Our last four greys have all been black ones.
  12. My apologies for bringing "Paint your Wagon" into the discussion. Larry's postings bring out the musicals that I have enjoyed over the years.
  13. Yea, another greyhound owner. How many hounds and how long have had greyhounds, John?
  14. Less over the shoulder for me John these days. For me, the wedge shape makes using the faders easier.
  15. John, my first three versions were bag type setups. One version was an aluminum frame covered in cordura nylon fabric with pouches for the wireless and accessories. The frame was wedge shaped with the battery and distro system in the bottom of the wedge. A bit heavier than my current wedge bag. I didn't like it as well since I had gear and wires hanging on the outside. At that point I didn't have the Hydra system. Most of my work is from a bag cart, so my current setup works well. For transport, I made a Dyneema cover for weather and some protection. I talked to both the owner of Versaflex and Portabrace about making a bag. Due to the small numbers of Cantar Minis out there they weren't interested. I have seen the Protogear bags and believe they would work for the Mini. I have seen a number of owner made Mini bags on the internet. My most basic setup is the Mini with a bracket on the side to hold small dual channel receiver. A couple of Sony camera clips to attach to the lugs on the back and away you go. I have attached that image and the wedge bag based on the aluminum frame. Please do post photos of your design. Thanks David
  16. I agree Philip, I have owned a number of 600 and 700 series products, they have been first rate. After sending in my 302 twice for the same repair that was the deal breaker for me.
  17. This is a common problem with all of the small SD products going back to the 302, MixPre. The headphone jacks are part of the single circuit boards these units have. Much cheaper to produce a single board with everything attached and attach and simple mount it into the case. Much like the assembly of the PC. The cost of repairs becomes greater since you are dealing with board attached connectors. Hand wiring takes time and adds to production costs. Ignoring the R&D, I suspect many of the SD products are less than $100 in production costs Also my experience has been those connectors used on the all on-one-board designs are not as robust.
  18. You are so right Paul. Lee was singing, "born under a wandering star"
  19. Makes me think of Lee Marvin singing They call the wind Maria. Bless his heart, he just couldn't sing.
  20. Thanks for the information using the CM4. Sounds like a winner for the price point.
  21. One I have wanted to try is the Line Audio CM4. Very reasonable price of less than 150usd. Very small. The suggested uses are with various acoustic instruments. Would love to give it a try with dialog. It is very small, about the size of an XLR connector.
  22. No A to D conversion in the Hydra, it only offers mounting, power and control, Daniel. I am using one of the Trew 3d printed battery cups, Neil. It is bolted to the bottom of the wedge, just slide the battery and push. Solid connection. I haven't had a battery fall out.
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