if your intention is to go low-profile, I can definitely recommend the Teli=
I have used them with Olypmus LS10/11/7 in places like Florida, Yellowstone=
and Sweden and they never failed, they are easy to handle and the wind scr=
een works very well. They can take rain for a whole night without popping o=
r crackling (though I would recommend to dry them well afterwards).
I usually use them in the "tree-ears" setup, which gives a good binaural st=
I would recommend getting a Pelicase like the i1010 or i1015 for the PCM 10=
, which makes you fit for any tropical kind of weather.
Compared to the MKH mics they do have a little more self noise, but unless =
you record very low biophony in an extremely quiet environment, the minimal=
self noise will not be disturbing. And what you get in exchange is the por=
tability and minimal weight.
I hope this helped you
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> Datum: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 22:33:54 -0000
> Von: "Kawika" <>
> Betreff: [Nature Recordists] Telinga clip-ons?
> Hi all,
> I am re-visiting Guatemala in January (I led a series of tours there in
> the 1980's) and want to go low-profile with recording gear, leaving behin=
> SD702, MKH20 SASS, M-S set-up, and Telinga dish. I will be taking both So=
> D50 and PCM 10 for recorders, and I'm looking at the Telinga clip-ons to =
> with either recorder for ambient sounds in quiet forest as well as
> market-places. Can anyone offer recent experience with this set-up?
> Here are some notes from some testing work by Rob Danielson et.al. from
> last year
> and more--
> (for Klas--I can't seem to find out much recent info from your site or
> elsewhere about these)
> Many thanks,
> David Kuhn
> 808 335 0398
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