"Chris Edwards" chris2edwards
Sat Oct 1, 2011 6:52 am ((PDT))
A friend is selling one of these at hopefully a good price. I'm wondering
if it might make a worthwhile alternative to my Telinga, for recording
Quite a few folk on this list seem to use shotguns, and I sometimes wonder
what I'm missing (having never used a shotgun before). But I kind of
imagine this AT815a will be quite noisy, susceptible to wind noise, and
unwieldy (it's about 20 inches long, with connector!).
Recorder is PCM-M10.
Any thoughts appreciated!
Output is low impedance: 600 Ohms.
Max input level: 120dB.
Frequency response: 40 to 20,000Hz.
Signal to noise ratio: greater than 50dB at 1kHz
Battery life: 4,000 hours
Overall length excluding cable: 46 centimetres/18 inches
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