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1. Re: R-44 issue

Subject: 1. Re: R-44 issue
From: "robin_parmar_sound" robin_parmar_soun=
Date: Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:49 pm ((PDT))

Jez wrote:

> I connected sets of DPA4060 mics & when testing with these there is an au=
dible fluttering in low frequencies when connected to the R-44. Also some k=
ind of electronic signal generated by the recorder is audible.

According to my notes the DPA 4060 functions best at 48 =B14V but can run o=
n as low as 10V and draws around 0.5 mA. I would assume the recorder can at=
 least provide that much times two. So if the recorder has the same symptom=
s with only two mics connected we need to look elsewhere for the culprit.

I would not be surprised if it was some strange grounding issue, perhaps re=
lated to how the shield of the socket and cable converter make (or fail to =
make) contact. I am hardly an expert but recall reading something similar s=
ome years back, relating to the DAD6001BC.

Odd indeed.

-- Robin Parmar

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