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Old October 20th, 2006, 10:25 PM   #46
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I ended up using the NT3 on a mic stand for any interviews I had to do with the ME66 on a mic stand as backup. Although I purchased a wireless lapel - I never actually used it and I felt the audio from the mics would be better after a bit of testing.

Despite the fact that all the locations were horrible audio wise (flight path, generators, loud crowds, air conditioners, etc.) the audio actually turned out OK.

Thanks to EVERYONE who offered their views, thoughts and suggestions!
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