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Re: Riverforks CZM microphones

Subject: Re: Riverforks CZM microphones
From: "Dan Dugan" dandugan_1999
Date: Thu Aug 17, 2017 8:22 pm ((PDT))
We had these at the NSS Workshop maybe a decade ago. I also tested one in m=
y lab. I thought they were awful.


> On Aug 17, 2017, at 10:20 AM, Gregory O'Drobinak =
t [naturerecordists] <> wrote:
> These mics appear to be designed for "reach", but not flat response.
> Look at the patent and you will see the frequency plot which is all over =
the map.
> I would also guess that the imaging compared to a "SASS" or a Jecklin arr=
ay to be much different.
> These mics seem more suited to species survey and for use in large rooms =
where precise imaging is not important
> I did not find any specs as to output level or self-noise.
> So, it is a big jump ($$) to try these out.
> I would love to hear a review (and recordings) of these used for the natu=
re recording usually done in this group.
> Having some hard specs would be good, too.
> From: " <> [naturerecordis=
ts]" < <=
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> Subject: [Nature Recordists] Riverforks CZM microphones
> Did someone use this setup in the last few years?
> <http://www.riv=>
> Marco

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