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Re: R-44 issue

Subject: Re: R-44 issue
From: "Jez" tempjez
Date: Thu Jun 21, 2012 8:53 am ((PDT))
Hi Marc,

thanks for this. I didn't think of that but:

1) its a new machine so shouldn't suffer from any early issues with solid s=
tate recorders.

2) it also does it when the recorder is connected to the mains, so the p48 =
is fully powered across all inputs.

3) I doubt the DPA's would draw different power from each other. The ones I=
'm using are stereo sets, fully spec'd.

its a real head scratcher this !



--- In  "Marc Myers" <> wrote:
> At the risk of once again wading into the realm of things you already kno=
w, my guess is some of your microphones have more draw than others. This wa=
s an issue with several of the early solid state consumer recorders. They w=
ay underpowered the phantom circuit to preserve battery life. Had no effect=
 on microphones that didn't require that much power but rendered others noi=
sy or useless.

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