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  1. Bought a couple of them when they came out. Paired with 4060’s/6060 they were too hot of a level as I’m assuming there isn’t any resistors in the adapters. Where normal talking on an SMv normally would be around 20 I had to set to 8 so you can imagine the issues. With 4061’s I imagine they would better. Ended up just going for the Dpa ones as they were the most reliable. The off brand ypa ones are alright but have had some of them die and some dead on arrival.
  2. This new to me Sonosax SXST! Was fortunate enough to buy it from a veteran mixer who used it on shows that I grew up watching. Unfortunately the day I received it and built it into the cart was the day they cancelled the season due to covid19.. didn’t even get to put up a boom. Recorded some lovely guitar tracks with it while at home
  3. Just received my brand new HMa and did notice the same thing. With the exact same mic the input gain has to be about 10 points higher vs my HM and an older HMa that I was renting while mine was coming in.
  4. Where did you get the sunshade/cover for the monitors?
  5. The LED light could be brighter. Mine are barely visible in bright daylight when I want to spotcheck them on the camera
  6. Only one I've seen is the 12 bay lectrosonics makes. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1243685-REG/lectrosonics_chs12lb50_battery_charging_station.html
  7. The newer Tron Legacy I believe was mostly ADR due to the light suits making a constant noise. I remember an interview where Jeff Bridges actually didn't mind that as he had a second chance for his dialogue. Also much of the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies. I think in part of location issues and Peter Jackson wanted the best dialogue performances.
  8. There are off brand (YPA) adapters for quite cheap on eBay. They work fine. But I would still recommend the dpa ones just for the ease of mind. They would work in the mean time though.
  9. They don't come with the cases anymore. I put mine in the countryman cases they give. Fits them well
  10. Hmm I would re check the ta5 termination. I have the high sense slims as well. Though hotter than a cos-11 they still sit around 18-20 for normal dialogue. Using mine with microdot and ta5 adapter
  11. Always recommend the Tony Smyles Comm-Biner. Interfaces between mix and comms. http://www.pro-sound.com/p/smyles-comm-biner-walkie-stereo-audio-interface.html
  12. Check out tony smyles comm-biner. http://www.pro-sound.com/p/smyles-comm-biner-walkie-stereo-audio-interface.html mixes in with your cans. I mix the walkie to one ear and then set it just low enough that I can hear if someone says sound or my name over the walkie
  13. SYsounds

    Bluetooth to XLR

    Maybe a built in app to record the audio. I know there is a few that records phone conversations
  14. Agreed if in studio, not much of a point in going wireless.
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