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Old October 24th, 2008, 05:13 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by Trey Vollmer View Post

Does the Sennheiser G2 camera mount receiver receive more than one channel at a time?

I need a receiver that can record more than one channel (lav) at a time.

Also, do you think the countryman B6 would be a good choice for the Sennheiser G2 wireless?

Re: dual receiver - you might have missed the post in this very thread see post http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/952820-post26.html
Sennheiser does not have a dual receiver model, you'll need two individual receivers or to go with another manufacturer.

The Countryman B6 lavalier sounds amazing with the Sennheiser G2 Wireless. If you want to hear it, I have a clip on our site of a gal singing and playing guitar. That is the Countryman B6 through the Sennheiser Evolution G2 straight into the camera.

Originally Posted by Trey Vollmer View Post
What does everyone think of this potential set up?

2 wireless lavs transmitting to a receiver on the hot shoe of my hv30 - DIALOGUE.

Record ambient sound separately with my Canon DM-50 and sync up in post.
I don't believe that would work. Once you attach the DM-50 to the HV30, the Mic Input is disabled. You could do a Sennheiser MKE-400, to channel one for ambient and have both lavs mixed down to channel 2. Not really recommended, but unless you want to go to a separate 4 track recorder, you're kind of stuck. Juiced Link has some small mixer/pre-amps you'll want to look at if you're doing 3+ channels on an HV30. I haven't tested one myself, but others here in the forum have recommended them. That may be the ticket.
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