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Subject: Re: Remote recording devices/traps
From: naturalcontemplative
Date: Thu Mar 10, 2016 6:30 pm ((PST))

There are two reasons I have not tried to go that route. One, the battery c=
ompartment door on the LS-7 would make it difficult. Much easier on the LS-=
11 or the PCM-M10. Two, It will run out of memory, even with a 32GB card (t=
he maximum specified for the recorder), long before it runs out of juice. A=
t least that's how the numbers look. I haven't actually tried it yet! Also,=
 if the external power bank does quit prematurely, the recorder automatical=
ly switches to the internal batteries, so there's a bit of backup there.

John Crockett

---In  <> wrote :

 John, would it be possible to avoid the problem of not shutting down when =
on external power by somehow connecting the battery pack directly to the te=
rminals in the battery compartment?

 Peter Shute

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sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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