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Patrick Tresch

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    I'am a DP.

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  1. Patrick Tresch

    A bag for Sonosax SX-R4+RC8+ Combo

    You should look if the power out from the R4+ could be strong enough for all your power need. (I know it can handle a SRc easily). So you could skip the NP1 and external power... The R4+ is so small and light, and uses so low power that your setup could become much smaller. For a R4+ "only" there is this solution. Not big enough for your needs though. I use a modified Portabrace AR-MAXX for my R4+ wich I love for it's small size and it still has a lot of space. It's the same modell as the : https://www.portabrace.com/ar-sxr4.html Pat
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    Pelican Case for Carry On

    Since 2014 I use Pelican 1550 as carry on without problem. (Only planes where overhead locker don’t take this luggage are the ATR75)
  3. If 2 tracks are enough and you are willing to use a Smartphone (or another aes in device) as a recorder the M2D2 could be a great option. First grade preamp. But it’s not yet available... Pat
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    sound devices and all audio gear on airliner

    General rools. "Display Name" has the right link to it. Pat
  5. (still not answering your initial question...) I understand your budget restriction. But it only depends on how many years/gigs you want to have your ROI. ;- ) If you build a sound library, I think it's made to last some years. Truth is, quality also depends on the skills of the recordist. Pat
  6. Not a Sound Devices, but Sonosax SX-R4+ could be an option for you, some studios also use it for FX. 135db overall dynamic range, 4 pristine preamps, 16 channel recorder, small size, low power consumption, intuitive interface... I love mine.
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    sound devices and all audio gear on airliner

    - Under 100wh you can carry with you as many you want without the need of the approval of the company - Between 100wh and 160wh you can carry up to 2 per person flying with you but you have to have the approoval of the company (some don't do ask for it other are asking you to put it under your feet during the flight (like the company TAP)) - Over 160wh aren't allowed - All batteries have to have the connector taped or protected against short circuit. - No Lithium ion are approoved in the checked in luggages (not even in the recorder) - No LiPo ar approoved wherever (nor checked in, nor carry on). Pat
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    sound devices and all audio gear on airliner

    There are IATA regulations that are quite clear : The lithium ion batteries must have a power rating of not more than 100 Wh unless the passenger has approval from the operator, in which case the lithium ion battery must not have a Watt-hour rating exceeding 160 Wh. I don't understand why they don't follow that rool?
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    Sonosax SX-R4+

    Hello Ivanovich, do you use the daylight mode to see your screen (white mode) or the night mode (black)? I was using the black one and also find it to dark. Thanks for your report. Patrick
  10. Patrick Tresch

    New Rode Stereo VideoMic X

    Rainforest type of humidity?
  11. Patrick Tresch

    New Rode Stereo VideoMic X

    Yes it is prone to humidity and about the same as the Schoeps CCM41 wich has a real issue with humidity. Sennheiser doesn't have this issue.
  12. Patrick Tresch

    New Rode Stereo VideoMic X

    Your are right borjam. It's about as sensitive to humidity as the Schoeps.
  13. Patrick Tresch

    CINELA "COSI"

    Hello Cineli, I've been using Leo 20 MS with fur and I'm looking for a better wind protection but remaining the smallest possible (I often mount it on cameras). How is the Cosi in comparison with the Leo? Does it have better wind protection? I also use the Zephyx CCM MS for bigger setup or boom. I'm wondering if your Cosi also work in a MS configuration? Thanks Patrick
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    Wich smartphone audio recorder APP?

    Thanks all for your replies, I've been using Tentacle recorder since a week (without using the TC feature) and am very happy with the results. I hooked my Smartphone to a Voice Technologies VT506 Mobile lavalier and it does the job nicely. Now I will see in post how it holds... See you. Pat
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