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Re: Starving P48 mics

Subject: Re: Starving P48 mics
From: "Keith" keithahsmith
Date: Sat Nov 17, 2012 3:07 pm ((PST))
Hi Scott,

Yes, I've spent a fair bit of time on Crown's site where I first got intere=
sted in them. I got this pair for a song a couple of months ago, and tried =
them outdoors after David mentioned recording near the ground.

They're also doing great service recording an acoustic group I've been rehe=
arsing with (Guits vocals Cello Vln & Dbl Bass). I really like what getting=
 rid of floor reflections does for an untreated room.

I'm beginning to wonder if Rx is in my future. It looks like much stronger =
medicine than Voxengo Redunoise.

--- In  Scott Fraser <> wr=
> <<I've been experimenting with a pair of PCC160's (22mV/Pa 22DB-A) ORTF f=
ashion, and I like the imaging, but I'm finding them just too noisy.>>
> Yeah, they're pretty noisy (small inexpensive capsule) as well as pretty =
strident, but very good directionality. The PCC160 is intended for PA syste=
m use, primarily for distant voice pickup on stage, so the specs are somewh=
at relaxed.
> SF

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