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About Geluidloopt

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  • Birthday 04/23/1984

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    Gent, Belgium
  • Interested in Sound for Picture
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    Sound Engineer working out of the bag and behind a cart all over the world

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  1. Normal is 32khz sampling rate, ursa wants to see 48khz and has no src. That’s why it’s not working
  2. I had the same problem, where my 4 QRXs introduced a low-level high pitched whine into my Sonosax mixer, not unlike what an IFB100 used to produce when on the same power supply. I believe at one point I even had the grounds (pin1) disconnected entirely, and this removed all of the noise, however this may have been specific for my cart/setup, and maybe not a very safe solution, for the equipment. I recently switched to an RX12, and have since had zero problems (pin1 connected).
  3. Hi Rado, Did you do this on 5.23 or on 6.00? i am not able to get the nomad into the state described in the instructions, running 6.00
  4. Hey, i'm doing a show with 3 of these EX-3s and our modus operandi is a lockit on each camera, 25fps (thank you PAL-world!) and it syncs up perfectly, no complaints from post! I haven't tried jamming them to check the drift, so can't really say anything about that. They have all the regular tc frame-rates, so no varicam cross-jam weirdness here! greetings Marijn
  5. I'm personally using the cinela Osix 2 mount for my Schoeps and i must say i'm very happy with it, after always having boomed with a rycote suspension. It is much quieter, handling wise, and the price is not that bad here in europe... although more fragile. in regards to the cut1, i've never used or felt the need for one; especially with the cinela mount, the highpass on my SD 442 seems to be fine. Marijn
  6. any exact data on when this is coming out? cause i was going for a 744T for a doc next month, but this looks very promising...
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