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Old August 7th, 2007, 04:55 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Gary Siu View Post
Just got word from the producers of this shoot and they are very happy with the audio (When I was on location). The options they had with the boomed audio on channel 1, and the lav's on channel 2 worked well. Must admit those COS-11's rocked! The CMIT 5U is a very tight mic, but when used/placed properly, it is "Sweet".
Hello Gary,

I forget. What had mics had you been using before?


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Old August 7th, 2007, 11:18 AM   #17
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Hi Ty,

I was using the standard 152 and would rent the B6 when budget allowed. The 152 was ok for what I was doing (web streamed speeches) but the "Handling" noise was always a problem. The good mics (B6 and COS-11) don't seemed to have the same challenge. And for booming, the MKH-70 and ME66. I still do like the 416 though, but the Shoeps is awefully good.
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