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  1. Hello everyone, I was wondering if any one of you ever tried to power their SD633 recorder, HFs, etc. via a usb powerbank, since these are incredibely cheap compared to other power sources. I just stumbled upon these usb/hirose cables on Amazon and was wondering if this would work: https://www.amazon.com/Eonvic-Hirose-Power-Devices-Recorders/dp/B08B4QRRXR/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1 Any thoughts? about voltage, intensity? My electric knowledge is really nonexistent... In my bag is a SD 633, a Wisycom MCR42 and a Sonosax SX-M2D2. They all have hirose power in. Thanks by advance for your help!
  2. Hello everyone. I 'm afraid I've fried my SD633. I was testing a non- original external DC power supply. After connecting the mixer it worked perfectly for a few minutes, at some point I disconnected the power supply. The unit switched to batteries flawlessly. But when reconnecting the external power supply, It abruptly turned off. after that it doesn't turn on anymore. Not any LED lights up (anyone) and does not respond to power cycles and hard resets. Anyone of you ever suffered a similar problem? it is possible that the equipment has been damaged? or there is a possibility that possess some kind of protection and possibly react after a while? Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi, this is my first post here. So exciting. First, sorry for my English. Does anybody power their sound bag with RC lipol batterries? I want to power my sound bag with SD664, 3x sennheiser 2000 wireless with lipol batteries. I love the weight and price/ capacity. I want to keep as less weight of bag as I can. Because I'm shooting documentary often throught hole day. greetings from Europe Czech Republic Vitek.
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