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Re: R-44 issue

Subject: Re: R-44 issue
From: "Jez" tempjez
Date: Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:40 am ((PDT))
ha ! :)

I doubt it. I have a Sound Devices 7 series recorder as my main recorder & =
they don't do it with that. I have them both set up side by side.

I can't see any reason why any of the settings on the R-44 would cause it b=
ut if someone out there has one they perhaps have some ideas about quirks o=
f the recorder.

--- In  Mark <> wrote:
> warning!! pure pseudoscientific speculation alert!
> Could the DPA be acting as an antenna for rogue trasmissions? Maybe takin=
g it in another setting away from a residential area might help.
> Mark
> On Jun 21, 2012, at 10:27 PM, "Marc Myers" <> wrote:
> > At the risk of once again wading into the realm of things you already k=
now, my guess is some of your microphones have more draw than others. This =
was an issue with several of the early solid state consumer recorders. They=
 way underpowered the phantom circuit to preserve battery life. Had no effe=
ct on microphones that didn't require that much power but rendered others n=
oisy or useless.

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