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codyman

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  • Birthday 05/19/1988

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    Y1 Production Sound Mixer 695
    www.soundmixer.la
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  1. If you want to throw it on the hot/cold shoe, a Sennheiser CA2 mount might do the trick with velcro. That's what I mostly use for my hops.
  2. Indeed it has been. I'm half way through Part II and it is definitely fascinating both visually and audibly. Seems Mr. Sutton and Mr. Johns did the best they could in 1969 to record everything but it's amazing what the new tech and the crew harnessing it has done to bring it back, including all the private sidebar conversations. Beware of the hidden flower pot plant mic!
  3. I could be wrong but it seems in North America it is production sound Mixer and in the Commonwealth, sound recordist.
  4. Bummer. Is it a firmware lock or is it an actual hardware difference?
  5. What is locked in the US version?
  6. Yeah I just got an 8 Bay one of those. Set it to .5 amps charging and it's nice that the whole charger is powered by USB. So far so good. Paid I think $60 for it?
  7. Are you all using the 822 with just whips in a bag or are you using antenna distros? Just curious about the 822 as it does seem like a solid performer for bag use given how you can use any lectro transmitter and put as many as needed per a given job in a bag vs always hauling a DSQD around.
  8. It would be sweet if someone could come up with a lithium AA that is rechargeable and has the same runtime as the throw away ones. I know amazon has some lithium rechargeable AA's these days but I've heard that they are dubious at best.
  9. You're going to want to have Moesound to chime in on that. He's the Audio Limited connoisseur around here. Old thread:
  10. I'm just guessing but I'm assuming he's saying that non-rechargeable lithiums given both their higher price yet higher capacity, you hate to say do a two hour sit down interview with a fresh one and just throw it away given there's still a lot of use in it. Yet at the same time, if you have say a half remaining battery, it might put you in a pickle given that you might need a full one for a different day.
  11. It's a bummer but I kind of expected it was EOL given how there's been radio silence about it since the latest firmware update in I think 2016? Personally I'm going to keep mine till it dies because even if I do a full upgrade to something else, it's still a very handy backup or even an 8 channel AES bit bucket (or AD converter!) so might as well keep it since it's a bit of a swiss army knife in that regard.
  12. Bummer. I guess a long shot would be to called Teac North America and see if they've got any NOS collecting dust in the back? +13237260303 8AM–12PM 1–5PM PST Sad Teac/Tascam has abandoned the pro market. Seems they basically are geared towards podcasters these days.
  13. No idea who these people are so take it with a grain of salt (could be just a permanent listing with actually no availability too...) but these people claim to have one. I'd definitely call first! https://worldofstereo.com/rc-f82-fader-unit-for-hsp82/
  14. FYI, Rumble makes YouTube look "smart" and that's saying a lot. https://www.wired.com/story/rumble-sends-viewers-tumbling-toward-misinformation/
  15. Maybe hit up some of the usual retailers and see if they have any new old stock? I have an RC-F82 but I still use it on occasion / if you're in Birmingham, I don't think it would be monetarily worth it to send it back and forth for a rental.
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