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Old March 7th, 2013, 09:15 AM   #16
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Re: Decent audio recorder for my Sound Devices 422

Steven Reid,
Sent you a PM, not sure if you got it.

Al Bergstein,
Thanks for your input. To answer your question, I primarily have someone on my crew use it for run and gun booming, and interviews. Like I said in a previous post, it does everything I need and more. It makes no sense for me to upgrade something that works great for my needs. I still know competent cameramen running Sure FP32s. It would be more cost effective for me to keep the 442 and spend $300 to $500 on a digital recorder that I would use occasionally. My plans for it are occasional foley work and impromptu VO.

Garrett Low,
I plan on keeping it for now but thanks.

Damian T. Lloyd,
Think you might be right. I would love to hear from anyone with experience as well.
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