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4. Re: R-44 issue

Subject: 4. Re: R-44 issue
From: "Jez" tempjez
Date: Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:18 am ((PDT))
yes & no. The thing is Robin that this issue with the DPA's doesn't happen =
with other 'not proper balanced output mics'. Also, importantly, the DPA's =
work fine in all kinds of other recorders without transformer balanced inpu=
ts - from zoom's upwards & if zoom's can handle them ok then Roland machine=
s should be able to without the need for anyone to go re-wiring anything.

--- In  "robin_parmar_sound" <> w=
> I have read this discussion with fascination and a certain glazing of the=
 eyes, as I do all other threads regarding balanced lines. It does seem tha=
t Greg O'Drobinak already nailed the issue, some posts above.
> 1. The DPA 4060s are not (proper) balanced output mics.
> 2. The recorder (in all likelihood) does not have transformer balanced in=
> 3. Certain combinations of these two facts will produce sound problems in=
 unpredictable ways.
> The solution (if any) would be to experiment with different wirings for t=
he adapter, the so-called "last resort" mentioned in this article:
> -- Robin Parmar

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