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  1. Are two tracks being recorded? One audio input, and one LTC? Or is this an audio file that is striped with time code?
  2. Hmmm thanks for the suggestion, but more granular control would be ideal. I might have to do a DIY all in one mini box to achieve the specs. I would normally agree, but so far she has requested nothing but lower volume from what we thought would be appropriate for the locations
  3. Is anyone aware of a product similar to the Lectrosonics Mute Switch, but with a rotary gain control before the transmitter? The problem I am trying to solve is a 1rst AD wants a lav voice of god with mute switch and her own (easy to adjust) gain control. Neither of the lectro digital or older rotary dial gain controls will be user friendly enough for quick commands through the mic. I do understand gain structure goes out the window, but sonic quality is not important. The speaker would be cranked, and she could dial in her own volume as she sees fit in the moment of time. Please share your thoughts. Thank you.
  4. Ended up going with the Pwr+ USB-C Laptop Car Charger. Looked into the Gearmo charger, but there was over heating issues in the reviews. So far the Pwr+ operates with almost no additional heat (EDIT: if charging from a low battery, this unit will get hot, but not enough to concern me). Macbook pro reads 80 to 90 watt input. Impressed! https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B004G6W8U4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  5. I soldered a 45W car charger to 4 pin XLR and tried charging my macbook. Although it charges at first, a few minutes later it breaks the connection due to what I think is the "Power Delivery negotiation protocol". I guess the computer negotiates a voltage, and wattage through a circuit board found in apple brand ac adapters, and other licensed by apple products. After doing some digging, I found this: USB Type C Power Converter with 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V & 20V Power Delivery - PD60: https://www.bixpower.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=BX-DD60PD&CartID=1 Anyone have success with cheaper alternatives? Thank you
  6. Sounds like an inexperienced post person... It will be hard explaining that post production needs another take, when the director decides to only do one.
  7. https://www.lectrosonics.com/US/Recorder-Accessories/product/rps4.html Cool product lectro gang. Id like to know more about the fans. What kind of noise would these emit? Any shut off or speed settings? Thanks!
  8. Jacob, that was easily the most entertaining soldering video on the internet. Thank you
  9. Hello all. Here is a thread to share your SOUND RELATED Black Friday and Cyber Monday discoveries. Annnnnnd go! I will start with this gem to be announced: www.timecodesystems.com/get-updated
  10. surprising amount of tech for how much they cost.
  11. "over 4 hours run time"... Hopefully more than 6. Any less, I wont go near it.
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