Crown SASS-P MKII
"Martyn Stewart" <>
Mon, 2 Aug 2004 09:05:06 -0700
I just have to share this with the group, it's about our chap Walter Knapp,
I have said for a long time how valuable this bloke is to the group, I aske=
him not long ago if he could help me with an MS system for my MKH mics, he
was only too happy to oblige as he does with everything. With his busy
schedule and workload, he very kindly fitted me into his schedule and built
me a Crown SASS module. Without his know-how I would never have been able t=
have or do this.
This is a link to his webpage on a step by step guide on how to modify the
present system to house two MKH-20 mics.
How many of us would take the trouble to catalogue details like this? I hav=
trouble making a bloody sandwich!
Thank you Walt, you are a star mate :-)
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