in the first instance, that is what i will do. i have connected up a tsb 120 in
place of the original capsules, and it works all right. later on i might want
to power the microphoness with a separate battery - so i can use the follower
circuit - but that will be only to lower the distortion levels.
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----- Original Message ----
From: Rob Danielson <>
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2007 12:10:08 PM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] Re: 5.1 mobile recording
At 5:18 PM -0800 12/13/07, umashankar wrote:
>i am impressed you could tell the microphone angles! in fact the
>front pair are about 60 degrees, facing each other.
>i have just taken apart my brand new zoom H 2 after about five
>minutes of recording. the aim is to remove those microphones (which
>are actually quite interesting) and replace them with four tsb 120s
>arranged as a soundfield mic, mounted on a stem coming out of the
Are you hoping to operate the Transound 120A capsules on the existing
For those able to access micbuilders's files, here's one of
Umashanker's "Soundfield" arrays made with TSB-120A's:
Do you think Transound's spec of 28 dB(A) self-noise is correct? Rob D.
>i will have then the world's cheapest high quality sound field
>system (200 dollars + 4 * 20 dollars). the zoom can be mounted on a
>stand, it probably can even be put at the focus of a telinga. think
>of it as a mic rather than a recorder.
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