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Re: Question about NT1A stereo array.

Subject: Re: Question about NT1A stereo array.
From: natureguyusa
Date: Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:37 am ((PST))
You might want to try metal screening or hardware cloth, as the call it, in=
stead of the plastic mesh. It wouldn't hurt to have a foam windscreen on th=
e mics themselves. Fur windjammers should be enough and you may not need th=
e stockings, but testing should be done in wind. I use Rode NT1-A's with do=
uble chamber "fur" windscreens and I found I had a few dB drop above 15Khz,=
 but it was hard to measure. The type of windscreens you are using are pret=
ty sound transparent. If you can't tell the difference, then it is probably=
 ok. =0D
The NTA-1's work really well. I think you will be happy with them. You migh=
t run into moisture related issues if you are in high humidity areas. I wro=
te about adding heaters to them a while back here, http://www.natureguystud=
Bruce Rutkoski=0D
Wildtronics, LLC - (mfr of professional Parabolic Micr=
Natureguy Studio - (Nature Sounds)

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