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  1. rb1138

    Schoeps CMD

    Schoeps CMD-2U It's the digital version of the Schoeps Colette CMC amplifiers. Anybody use it? There's no specific section about it on the Schoeps website. However, in Coffey magazine they seem to indicate that it is more resistant to humidity. With all the talk of the SuperCMIT being resistant to humidity, I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts about this one. I've searched on the web but info's pretty slim.
  2. Introducing the DPR digital plug-on transmitter, and the DSQD/AES 4-channel digital receiver: https://www.lectrosonics.com/lectrosonics-introduces-the-dpr-digital-plug-on-transmitter-and-the-dsqd-aes-3-receiver.html
  3. https://www.lectrosonics.com/US/lectrosonics-introduces-the-d-squared-digital-wireless-microphone-system.html
  4. On some kind of mythical, possibly Quixotic journey to get marked up sides onto the iPad. Solving: Easiest way to highlight the sides from .pdf script and export to iPad app cable of interfacing with Bluetooth page-turning hardware pedal (PageFlip Firefly $109/two AA batteries is the hardware I chose). ForScore is the first and only PageFlip-compatible app I've tried. Pretty good, but would prefer an app better suited for highlighting in many colors. This one requires I hand-build all the highlighter colors and is clunky when switching pages (you have to get out of highlighting mode fi
  5. Just in time for the NAB show! http://www.lectrosonics.com/US/Wireless-IFB/category/218-iem-in-ear-monitor.html -Karl
  6. New accessory for the ever-growing SR Series product line: http://www.lectrosonics.com/US/lectrosonics-introduces-sraes3-bottom-plate-adapter-for-sr-series-receivers.html
  7. http://www.lectrosonics.com/US/lectrosonics-introduces-the-dba-digital-belt-pack-transmitter.html
  8. Just out of curiosity, I was wondering if anyone out there uses, or have tried out, any digital microphones for field use? I'm talking about mics such as for instance the Neumann KM D-series. The thinking behind a digital mic seems good, but since they are not widely used, maybe they aren't up to the quality of the analogue ones yet? Or are there some other issue, like reliability or the dynamic performance of the AD section? Thank you for the vast amount of knowledge you all provide here!
  9. I was wondering if anyone is familiar with digital preamps and the various unique sonic elements that different brands offer. I 've tried a number of different analogue preamps in my life and can audition the differences of an SSL preamp and a more commercial Tascam preamp as well as the transparency of a Sonosax one but I am not much experienced on digital preamps. Has anyone compared the digital preamp offerings from Schoeps, Lake People and Audio root ? I am particularly interested on compact preamp offerings rather than 1 U units. Is anyone aware of the current draw required f
  10. Hi everyone, If anyone is in the north west area of the UK, we have just received delivery of the new Audio Ltd 1010 digital systems. You are more than welcome to drop by the office to have a look. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Nathan.
  11. Here's a "walk" test using Gordon's Mini with the DB transmitter on the roof with a right angle whip. For some reason the sales department had one right angle whip on the DRM receiver module with an LPDA on the other antenna port. So this literally was a diversity system with 1.5 LPDA's or 2.5 whip antennas attached. Also, they used a transmitter frequency that had a high noise floor from local TV stations. So in one sense this was just the sales crew goofing around. The fact that there was an ex-engineer there, lends no credibility to the test. http://youtu.be/lFTqL8dUD9U Best, Larry
  12. I found this article originally published in 2007. I do not necessarily agree with everything the author is saying but it is definitely food for thought. New York Times: Media & Advertising The Afterlife Is Expensive for Digital Movies By MICHAEL CIEPLY Published: December 23, 2007 (LOS ANGELES) Time was, a movie studio could pack up a picture and all of its assorted bloopers, alternate takes and other odds and ends as soon as the production staff was done with them, and ship them off to the salt mine. Literally. Having figured out that really big money comes from
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