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Karl Wasserman

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  1. +1 on my Sound Devices 788t. Also, I still love my MOTU Traveler mk3. Great problem solver for digital I/O, audio routing. A swiss army knife. That being said, I wish MOTU would release a new version with Thunderbolt...
  2. i know EFKSound was working on a cover. I wouldn't mind getting some myself:
  3. I've got a couple sets of DT48s I'd let go to a good home. Got anything fun to trade for em? : ) Karl
  4. Nice! You can plug 'em in and cook 'em over lunch!
  5. Anyone know the thread size and length of the essential (but easily lost, apparently) Knurled Thumb Screw that holds the back cover onto the Denecke TS-2 slate? Thanks in advance. Karl Wasserman NYC
  6. "...with a trip to LensCrafters tomorrow!..."
  7. I love those red rimmed wheels! Who makes 'em?
  8. I think Lectrosonics is keeping the technology the same, and just hiring progressively larger hand models.
  9. Here's the stuff I use for cart trim and for taking the sharp edges off my storage shelving... I can't seem to cut and paste the specific part #, so it's "Plastic Edge Trim with Metal Core, 1/16" - 11/64" Inside Width" https://www.mcmaster.com/#trim-molding/=17044uw
  10. +1 on LoBrutto's "Sound On Film."
  11. A version of the Sound Devices CL-9 with P&G faders, or a software update/hardware interface to allow the 788T to be used with the CL-12...
  12. "Though the story won't end with the pop-up: A plan to build "an enormous, permanent pyramid," in the desert, of all the "Jerry Maguire" VHS tapes, is in the works." It's like we're trying to rickroll future archaeologists...
  13. If you want to use your own cable, or run power through a passthrough, you can buy both sides of the Leviton lighted connectors on their own. They're the Leviton 515PV-LIT (plug side) and 515CV-LIT (connector side) respectively.
  14. Good friend of mine, a mixer local here in NYC asked me to put this up for him. Keep your eyes peeled for those S/N's, everybody. Thanks so much in advance! Karl Wasserman "I had some gear go missing from my truck, and I would like to share the serial numbers of the stolen items: 1. Sound Devices 633 SN LL0514309002 2. Lectrosonics SRB Block 21 SN 100937 3. lectrosonics UCR411a receiver block 22 SN 22398 4. Comtek M216 transmitter SN 292546 5. IDX charger SN J218635 6. IDX np-1 batts. SN bb52603/25924/52341/52602 7. Zaxcom LA3.5 TX SN 6985, new in box, didn't even g
  15. Unlubricated condom and a rubber band. Or else, use a zeppelin and some kind of rain-resistant cover, which will protect your microphone from the elements as well.
  16. Super smart! Easy breakdown, and additional stability to an already robust cart... Nice.
  17. Looks fantastic! I'm wondering why you chose to use additional rack rails instead of making the horizontal profiles on the left side a little narrower, and going right to the 8020 material with drop-in threaded sockets. Also, what model are those groovy plates that you mounted the wheel brackets to? Great job. Looking forward to seeing the completed project!
  18. Slick! You can hold three NP-1 sized batteries in this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016ATL9SG?psc=1
  19. The TrekPak® stuff is pretty solid. Low profile, and rigid: http://trekpak.com/
  20. Nice, Mark! How'd you shape the internal part of the foam?
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