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Re: R-44 issue

Subject: Re: R-44 issue
From: "hartogj" hartogj
Date: Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:30 pm ((PDT))
Mics grounded to connector casing?
Go ahead, say "ha!"

John Hartog

> 1) constant fluttering in the low freq range (as if a powering issue)
> 2) a clear sound of some electronics in the recorder at regular intervals=
 - regardless of how far away the mics are to the recorder
> 3) when connected to mains, a loud low end hum
> I've never experienced this kind of issue with any other recorder & i've =
used most of the ones on the market over the years.
> as for the self-noise of the machine (with other mics !) its not too bad.=
 My main recorder is a Sound Devices, so this isn't intended to match that,=
 but it's ok for the price - IF I can sort out this issue with the DPA's co=
nnected to it.
> --- In  Gianni Pavan <gianni.pavan@> wro=
> >
> > Hi all,
> >     as for the problem of hum and other strange noises, often the solut=
> > is more connected with art and experience than with science....
> >     concerning the R44 I would only add that I used it with four Rhodes
> > NT1A and it worked fine, however it appears to be noisier than the Soun=
> > Devices 722.....
> >     what is your opinion about its self noise ?
> >
> > Gianni
> >
> >
> >

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