Just looked at PVC at Home Depot and found some
interesting stuff in the electrical department.
Bought a right-angle grey PVC breakout box to form
the top of the dish handle and a curved bit of PVC
pipe to form the handle itself. Also found some
1" threaded couplers that almost fit the 1 1/2" hole.
Will have to cheat a bit on the one box-to-coupler
glue joint with a hidden shim to tighten it up.
--- Mike Feldman wrote:
> >I take the dish resonance seriously. For the Edmund 24 inch,
> >it's "Doooooonnnnnnnngggggggg".
> >When I get around to the auto-parts store and find some
> >of the spray-on or paint-on sound deadening stuff for car
> >panels that's not too expensive (like the plumbing supply
> >stuff for putting on the bottom of stainless steel sinks
> >and tubs) and that also makes an acceptable finish for
> >exposure to hands and clothing and everything else, then
> >I'll treat my dish and shoot another video clip
> >to be the "after" mate to the posted "before" one.
> > >>>http://www.advancenet.net/~feldman/Edmond_Parabolic.mov
> > >>>
> > >>>So you can see and hear the Edmond 24" parabolic
> > reflector unmodified out of the box.
> >PS: that URL is not long for this world, so either grab
> >a copy for your records, or watch the list for a new
> >URL if you bother to bookmark it.
> >-- Mike
>From Tue Mar 8 18:27:49 2005
Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2004 23:40:06 -0000
From: "Rich Peet" <>
Subject: Re: [laptop-tapers] RE: freq response and aliasing of Edirol
FA-101 at 192 kHz
--- In Gianni Pavan <>
> Now I'm willing to know how the other 192 kHz devices behave.
> Testing the frequency response and the a-a filters is quite easy if
> have a signal generator ranging up to 200 kHz!
> Any measure on other devices will greatly appreciated!
I am very happy with the RME line as I use the Quadmic and Multiface
in the field.
Thinking that you may already have a adat recorder or something that
can take a digital input you might consider the addition of the RME
Octamic D. It is a 8 channel mic pre at up to 60db gain with a 192
khz a/d converter. It can be run off a battery but I did not look up
the current drain. If RME says its "pristine" I think it will be.
I understand that the FireFace 800 needs ac power so that is why I
did not recommend it even though the rest of the unit sounds like you
could put it to good use.
>From Tue Mar 8 18:27:49 2005
Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2004 17:25:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jeff Klatt <>
Subject: Re: Re: Marantz PMD670/Sound Devices 744t
Thanks for the replies to my questions on alternative
portable recorders. Oryoki, yes the model he was
talking about was the CDR300. Thanks for the warning
about its weight and other issues. Also great to know
about he pre-roll buffers in certain devices. Adam
and Don, thanks for mentioning the PMD670. That
spurred a busy few days of researching some of the
other recorders out there. I haven't read anything
bad about the PMD670, so it sounds like a solid option
(two puns there? sorry).=20
Rob D. also mentioned the 744t to me. This is
obviously the most capable (and expensive) of what I
have been looking at so far (Marantz PMD670, Fostex
FR-2, Sony Hi-MD).=20
But I have a question about this unit. It seems to be
of high quality with regard to electronics,
environmental durability, light weight/design, etc..
But my question to the experienced folks in this
group: does it seem to be the sort of device that will
last for years and continue to be something worth
using and keeping? The Portadisc seems to have this
reputation. People who use it love it and and use it
for years. Does the 744t seem to have that aura about
it? Are there any major features lacking which will
likely be addressed by another device within the next
year perhaps? I don't believe it's even available
yet, so I know there's only so much that can be said
at this point. But based on the specs and the
reputation of Sound Devices, what's the general
Thanks for any thought and insights here.... I'm
pretty much still just a lurker, but am always
impressed by the expertise here and fascinated by the
--- Adam Liberman <> wrote:
> You might look at the new Marantz PMD670 as an
> alternative to the Hi-
> MD. It is designed for remote recording and records
> onto memory
> cards or a removable hard-disk.
> - Adam Liberman
> Liberman Sound
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