1. Re: Sanken mics
"Grant Finlay" grantfinlay
Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:57 pm ((PDT))
My opinion, FWIW.
I used a Cs-5 as well after a fellow (film) mixer raved about it.
Didn't like it to be honest and was far too noisy for nature, but like emil=
said, in the right conditions (urban atmos) it can sound great.
Currently I own 4x sanken lav mics for my lectrosonics radios and my main b=
oom mic is a CS-1 shotgun for tv. Gotta say, the cs-1 sounds great through =
a SQN4s mixer and have had many positive responses from audio post about th=
e quality of the sound. I prefer it to a mkh60 or 50, much more natural sou=
nding. Whatever that means.
Sold my Neumann RSM191 stereo shotgun a few years ago as It was too noisy a=
s well. (M-16/S-19dBa) As much as I loved the warm sound of it..
Now using a MKH40/30 m/s pair and even that is too noisy in some locations,=
maybe I'm just expecting too much from my mics?
Thinking about getting some AT4022's now after reading about and hearing so=
me great recordings from this group..
--- In emil klotzsch <> wrote:
> i once tried the css-5, and it was much (!!) too noisy for nature
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