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Re: extension cables

Subject: Re: extension cables
From: "jasonpudd" jasonpudd
Date: Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:25 pm ((PST))

You may want to keep the 10m length if you are planning on doing any whales, 
dolphins etc.  There is an advantage getting deeper with extra length on the 

Jason Puddifoot

--- In  "Grant Finlay" <> wrote:
> Slightly O/T but related..
> I've recently brought some hydrophones and tested them out a few days ago. 
> Very happy with the quality of the underwater recordings BUT have noticed 
> they seem to be microphonic, as in pick up audio from above the water at a 
> very low level but just audible.  
> info:
> Approx 10m cable, unbalanced jack to XLR input plug, into my SQN mixer.
> Is the simple solution to shorten the unbalanced cable? (But I still want 
> some length on the cable though) 
> Sorry if it seems like a dumb question but I only ever use professional 
> "balanced" equipment and have never come across this issue before...
> Grant

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