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Miles Anderson

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    oslo / boston / peaks island, me
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  1. Miles Anderson

    Soldering Sanken CUB-01

    I never did see the pinout for the PHA48.. does anyone have that? it isnt in the MTP40S manual.
  2. Miles Anderson

    688/788T setup - For extra tracks - Thoughts?

    I finally have come to this conversation. I've been using Wisycom MTP40S transmitters for the past few years and they have a wonderful limiter built in. I have rarely ever looked at engaging a limiter on my recorder, whether it's a 788 or 688 or 970 and enjoy a clean AES signal path all the way home.
  3. Miles Anderson

    Timecode and Sync Tutorials

    works great, btw. danke!
  4. Miles Anderson

    Timecode and Sync Tutorials

    hey Timo, the video link isn't coming up. great idea!
  5. Miles Anderson

    2,4G Wireless on SX-R4+?

    I'd be interested to peek, even for just that. there are probably others as well who would like to see.
  6. Miles Anderson

    2,4G Wireless on SX-R4+?

    this reminds me; Richard, can you make a short video of using the web interface?
  7. Miles Anderson

    Lucky 688 users (Dugan automix!)

    me too.
  8. Miles Anderson

    Sonosax SX-R4+

    does anyone know if they're going to look into making a unislot receiver mount, like an sl-6? I'm sure many would be interested to see something along those lines.
  9. Miles Anderson

    Wisycom mtp 30

    the wisycom receivers can expand other sources (lectro, sennheiser, etc) but the wisy transmitters can't be expanded by anything but wisycom. I mean, not "properly", at least. they won't be ideal.
  10. Miles Anderson

    Wisycom ENG Kit

    the limiters are really good. I've got 6 channels on a drama series and the limiters are always on. they work nicely.
  11. Miles Anderson

    wisycom radios > pic six pack > aes in, 788t

    no, that's right, the six-pack works great, and it powers the antennas nicely. I'm looking to switch from the wisy antennas to the rffield sometime soon as well, because it simplifies what I need to have/do, so I can do what you're doing. the answer to AES out through the six-pack is: no. it isn't supported, and when you try it it doesn't work. analog it is then, and I'm building a DB37 to regular 788 input fanout with right angle connectors. fun fun!
  12. Miles Anderson

    Ear buds for location audio?

    ditto Brent, I am also happy with Etymotic er4's but I've never had a cable break - I loop them back over my ears to get rid of the microphonics, and that offers some strain relief when they are tugged on. with custom ear molds I find that I no longer need to replace the filters. we get used to what we use, and I'm also not completely thrilled with HD25's - after using etymotics, of course.
  13. I'm rigging a psc euro cart for a drama series and have the possibility of using a pic six pack to wrangle receivers together. I'd like to send signal to a 788t from wisycom mcr42 via aes but can't tell if it will work. I've contacted the mfg, but they haven't gotten back to me yet so I'm hoping I can discover something here. is there anyone here who currently does this? is there a workaround that was necessary? the psc six pack is a perfect layout for me as I'll have two booms and 6 lavs most days, but perhaps there are other good options? (no, the sound dashboard will not work, as I need only 3 slot-in wisys). I'll build the db37 myself from an existing xl88. /Miles
  14. Miles Anderson

    Gel Concealers for DPA mics? Do they exist?

    lets see it.
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    can we have a look at some non-personal version of this? (i.e., take out all your contact info or something) and upload it as an attachment here? I'm curious to see what you've gathered, and I'm sure there are others too. thanks