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gus harris

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  1. I would echo what @codymanhas said above. In terms of ruggedness and cost I don't think you can beat the Countryman B3. That said, I personally don't enjoy the sound of them as much, but I think that is more a case of familiarity listening to Sanken's and DPA's the majority of the time. After some post EQ and sweetening they will get you there.
  2. My understanding of the SMWB/SMDWB is that the transmission power no longer effects run time on the wide-band transmitters. The transmission power is attenuated before the antennae, but the transmitter itself isn't running at variable power, per se.
  3. If you are connecting directly to a recorder/RX in a non-SMBus configuration you only require the 2 wire/conductor battery cup. Jose Frias compiled an incredibly comprehensive source a few years ago. https://chapterfour.com/blog/technology/power/smart-battery-shopping-guide/
  4. Yes, HI-Q/Audioroot batteries are rebranded Inspired Energy. http://jwsoundgroup.net/index.php?/topic/27867-remote-audio-meon-hi-q-batteries/&
  5. I'll second what Trey said above. Go for the Audioroot battery cup and charger I may add. I'm over a year into using it along with Hi-Q batteries, 100% satisfied.
  6. Canada Computers as well for Maha chargers and Eneloops.
  7. Sennheiser releases statement on FCC frequency spectrum ruling. http://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/av/sennheiser-releases-statement-on-fcc-frequency-spectrum-ruling/
  8. During scenes involving talking to screaming or loud transients, especially while OMBing, I'm a big fan of having an XLR(F)-2XLR(M) splitter & gaining the second channel conservatively, by a good 6db or more.
  9. I would also like to extend my thanks to Tyler Wade. Tyler was always great to deal with. I had many interesting conversations with him at the shop over the last few years. I was recently enjoying listening to him host the new Trew podcasts. Sorry to him go, all the best to you good sir!
  10. Very impressed, nice work Jason! Hope to make my own one day.
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