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On 8/6/2021 at 2:32 PM, Paul F said:

I'd be curious about aluminum knobs for the F8.

 

I bought the printed ones https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313&_nkw=zoom+f8+knobs&_sacat=0 and found them to be unusable for a double row mixer. They take up too much space and make it near impossible to use the push buttons and the faders themselves.  Low profile and smaller diameter might work.

 

For a single row of faders it's probably not a problem.

 

Kishor Chauhan did this (SD knobs, no longer available), but he never explained how he did it. Zoom faders don't have shafts. 

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Same, those would be awesome!

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I can make those knobs. But I'm not willing to pull the knobs off until I know how to do it. I tried pulling them off, but after pulling a certain amount, I feared any stronger would break something. Zoom says they come off, but they are not designed to do so, whatever that means. So I need either someone to explain how they come  off or a victim willing to try it.

 

efksound, posted this picture from a Facebook posting by someone else back in 2016.

 

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On 11/17/2021 at 12:17 PM, Paul F said:

I can make those knobs. But I'm not willing to pull the knobs off until I know how to do it. I tried pulling them off, but after pulling a certain amount, I feared any stronger would break something. Zoom says they come off, but they are not designed to do so, whatever that means. So I need either someone to explain how they come  off or a victim willing to try it.

 

efksound, posted this picture from a Facebook posting by someone else back in 2016.

 

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Ouch! Definitely different than my F4. They have shafts. Looks like the knob may just be "glued" to that little ribbed bit.

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I've been on a college football show this fall and here is my setup. Nova with 2 plug on zmt3hm to Sennheiser MD46 and a lectro T4 for IFB feed with IFBlues to our host/guests and producer. I'm hardlined to camera and I use a humkiller with the IFB feed from the truck. nothing crazy, just nice and simple.

 

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On 11/23/2021 at 1:28 AM, Michael McQueen said:

I've been on a college football show this fall and here is my setup. Nova with 2 plug on zmt3hm to Sennheiser MD46 and a lectro T4 for IFB feed with IFBlues to our host/guests and producer. I'm hardlined to camera and I use a humkiller with the IFB feed from the truck. nothing crazy, just nice and simple.

 

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What is a "humkiller"?

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On 11/24/2021 at 8:53 PM, Shastapete said:

An inline transformer used to isolate his bag from any ground loop problems coming from the production truck.

This is one from Sescom: https://www.sescom.com/products/view/product/productslug/il-19-pro-audio-hum-eliminator-inline-with-isolation

 

Its a must have for every sound mixer. you never know when that little thingy can save your butt. 

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On 11/29/2021 at 5:36 AM, sciproductions said:

Ahhh okay, I usually only use a wireless camera link. But good to know.

 

its not necessarily for camera sends, its more of what is being sent to you. if you ever need to take a PA feed or plug into a mult box, I always use this. not saying Ive used it a lot over the years, but its always in my kit in my "problem solvers" pouch. depends a lot on your style of work, but do this long enough and you'll plug into something that'll give you a hum and you'll need it. 

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1 hour ago, ronmac said:

Every time I see a picture of a 552 I am amazed at how beautiful they are and what versatility they offer.

 

Very nice bag rig, Bernie!

Agreed! Love seeing a 552 out in the wild. I just installed mine in my main cart (as the backup) as my 744 went in for repair and I need something soon. Usually my 552 works on my playback cart routing signals out from my interface.

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Me being supercompact and mobile.

Mixpre 10T II

2x DCR822

Audioroot BG-DH MK2

held together by a dashboard I designed and printed.

 

Might buy a Nova soonish though... Playing with that idea, but I actually like this setup very very much. Not sure if I'd even sell it :)

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1 hour ago, Mattias Larsen said:

@Spin360 Thats slick! What do you use as antenna combiner for the Lectros?

I'm using two Mini Circuit splitters that were recommended to me here in the forum. They've been working perfectly and don't waste nearly as much space as a full blown splitter.

They are sitting right below the Mixpre :)

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My bag:

 

- K-Tec Stingray.. Medium?

- Sounddevices 833

- Audioroot Smart bats on a custom shoe with TA4/Hirose split output

- OPS-Shop Hirose distro

- MCR54 + Betso bowties

- Ambient boom and Sennheiser 8060 in a Rycote WS3

- DPA4097 plant somewhere

- 2x Wisy MTP40s 2x MTP41s

- DPA6060 and VT 506 Lavs

- Sennheiser IFB transmitter

- Mounted on a ZUCA cart 

 

Based in switzerland :)

 

 

 

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