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  1. swaneon

    Noisy Sanken CS3 with Mix Pre D?

    I was selling my Sanken CS3 (not e) since I've heard the e improved upon the noise floor and thus the cs3 was noiser. Then I tested my friend's Sennheiser MK66 and it was also noisy within the same setup. Thus I think it's my setup instead. Could someone help pinpoint what could be the issue? Sanken CS3 to Mix Pre D via XLR AES from Mix Pre D to Digital In of Marantz 661 i've tried different xlr cables also.
  2. Not Chilli

    442 mixer problems maybe?

    hey! I have a 442 mixer, 744t recorder setup but I bought the gear second hand 2 years ago. I have been recording with a rode NTG 3 until recently as I have upgraded to the cs3e. The problem I am having is that I have been through 2 NTG 3s mics in that 2 years and I am worried that maybe the mixer is how blowing the mics over a long period of time? Since I have bought the cs3 e I don't want my mixer killing that mic. So what I was wondering is can an old mixer damage mics? I mainly do creative gigs and tvc and very rarely recording high SPL. I also have np1 setup powering everything. Any thoughts! Cheers, Piotr