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NathanWBS

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    http://wendysbroadcast.co.uk/

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    Manchester, United Kingdom
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    Blogging, cinema, martial arts, food...........mostly food.
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    I'm involved in broadcast audio sales at Wendys Broadcast Services.
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  1. URSA make a product called Mini Foamies which are designed for this in mind. They are available in black and white.
  2. Hi Mano, From what we know here at Wendy's it could be one of two things or both: It might depend on the age of your Sankens as the Sanken COS11D mics have better RF shielding than the older Sanken COS11 mics. You will need to check to see if you have the 'D' variant to verify. The shield which goes to pin one in the 3 pin Lemo has possibly not been grounded to the shell. It is not required but it does help a lot. We typically wire a Sanken COS11 by splitting the center shield in half and putting half with white to pin 1 and black to pin 3. The other half we make sure is in contact with the shell of the Lemo. Hope this helps. -Nathan
  3. Will the Scorpio or 833 work with the Sound Devices CL-12 Linear Fader Controller? Although the CL-12 was originally designed for 6-Series field mixers and features an old protocol that is incompatible with the Scorpio’s or 833's open MCU, we are pleased to announce that we have achieved cross-compatibility. The Scorpio will support the CL-12, in addition to third party MCU controllers, in a future firmware update. Follow us on our social accounts or register your product to be updated when this firmware is available. My setup requires more AES inputs than the 4 channels the Scorpio or 833 allows, how can I use more AES sources? An accessory that will allow for up to 8 additional channels of AES (4 AES pairs) is in development. Stay tuned for future updates. Will you make a dedicated control surface designed specifically for the new 833 and Scorpio? Yes. We are currently developing a bespoke control surface to interface with the 833 and Scorpio. Follow us on our social accounts or register your product to be updated when this control surface is available. You can visit the full FAQ pages at the following links: Scorpio https://www.sounddevices.com/scorpio-faq/ 833 https://www.sounddevices.com/833-faq/
  4. Those are the specs for a Sanken COS-11D with the P48 XLR barrel. Regards, Nathan.
  5. You haven't mentioned it and you may have already tried it but have you tried swapping over the base plate on the receiver?
  6. Hi Attila, With a DPA lavs it is screen to pin one and chassis then signal wire to pin three. This is the same for countryman lav mics too such as the B6. With a Sanken COS11 lavs it is white and screen to pin one and chassis then black to pin three. An MKE 2 would be blue and screen to pin one and chassis then red to pin three. I am not certain of Tram mics as it depends on the age as they can have different colors of wires. The newer versions have two black wires as well as the shield but one of the black wires is actually just a red wire with a little extra coating.
  7. The Lockit will start shipping in the Summer, no exact dates confirmed as of yet though.
  8. NathanWBS

    scorpio!

    Here in the UK we are told around £7000/£8000+VAT (TBC) with a release window of June/July subject to change.
  9. NathanWBS

    scorpio!

    Some better images if anyone is interested...
  10. The caps/grills for the DPA 6060/1 are available to purchase in packs of three for around £40+VAT. The product code is DUA9301-X. Swap the X with B for black and F for beige etc. Thanks, Nathan.
  11. I have spoken with Audio Ltd and can confirm that this is false, I think the author of the article may have got his wires crossed. Although owned by Sound Devices Audio Ltd will still operate as a seperate entity under their own brand for the forseable future. Never say never on joint future developments though.
  12. You would be perfectly fine with the small pouch. The only difference between the pouch sizes is that the large is pouch is deeper to accomodate taller transmitters. As Constantin mentions, if the transmitter feels loose OR if the person wearing the device will be doing someting quite physical such as jumping around then you may need to use the URSA Pouch Protectors which come as a pack of four.
  13. We have looked at the Viviana straps and compared them to the URSA straps. The material used in both is exactly the same and is also cut to the same thickness and width almost like they came out of the same factory. The only difference between the two is the that Viviana have the extra cable pocket and they are shaped differently at the ends. We only supply URSA straps.
  14. Hi Mike, Is this what you require? schematic.pdf
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