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Old February 7th, 2013, 06:11 AM   #31
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Re: which way to go with audio and wireless

Originally Posted by Phil Gadd View Post
Never offended me Gary, everything is related or linked in some way in this world, hence why we made films and videos to tell the stores of life :-)

Great I am on the case to find a bargain as we speak

PS shall i go for what you said or go for this for a few more pennies?

Blimp's are great but can be a bit bulky for this type of mic, I sold mine as I rarely used it and as the AT875R has some LF cut built into the design I find a softie is enough for most things!

Juno records are best for price http://www.juno.co.uk/ or look on e-bay for the PG2 and WS6 I just bought both last week for my AT875R sennheiser radio mic set-up and paid 49 for the PG2 and 38 for the WS6 inc delivery.
A rode micro boom pole may also be useful for a further 35.
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