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Sound Devices 688 12-Input Field Production Mixer and 16-Track Recorder

Sound Devices 688 12-Input Field Production Mixer and 16-Track Recorder

Sound Devices 688 12-Input Field Production Mixer and 16-Track Recorder from Sound Devices boasts a streamlined design with flexible routing and the company’s MixAssist auto-mix system. Input comes in the form of 6 high-bandwidth mic/line inputs on XLR connectors and 6 line inputs on TA3 connectors, in addition to 2 AES42/AES3 digital inputs. The 688 can record up to 16 tracks of your audio as mono- or polyphonic broadcast WAV files, supporting sample rates up to 192 kHz on up to 6 tracks. With its dual memory card recording, you can set up redundant recording or combinations of WAV and MP3 files. The recorder is compatible with both the SL-6 power distribution and 6-channel wireless system, and the CL-6 input controller.

Sennheiser AVX Camera-Mountable Lavalier Digital Wireless Kit

Sennheiser AVX Camera-Mountable Lavalier Digital Wireless Kit

Designed for plug and record operation with fully self-configuring digital operation, the AVX Camera-Mountable Lavalier Pro Digital Wireless Set from Sennheiser consists of the EKP receiver, SK bodypack transmitter, and an MKE2 lavalier microphone. The AVX system provides a variety of automatic functionality aimed at flexibility and speed including auto-dynamic range settings, which automatically adjusts the audio level to a recording device’s input sensitivity, reducing distortion and eliminating the need to adjust your mic’s level. The system also offers link protection, a feature that quickly scans available frequencies and will automatically switch before any interference becomes audible. The EKP receiver has a compact design that plugs directly into the XLR input on your camera or recording device and includes the necessary adapters for use with DSLR cameras.

Zoom 6 Recorder

Zoom 6 Recorder

The H6 Handy from Zoom is a portable handheld recorder and USB audio interface that features an interchangeable microphone system. The recorder comes with both XY and mid-side microphone modules, foam windscreen, four AA batteries, USB cable, Cubase LE and a hard carrying case. The H6 Handy allows for versatile recording techniques. The included XYH-6 XY microphone module is made up of two matched unidirectional condenser microphones and is intended for capturing accurate, phase-correct stereo audio. The module allows you to adjust the angle of the two mics to either 90 degrees, or for a wider stereo image, 120 degrees. For situations that call for audio that allows for width control over your stereo image after it has been recorded, the XY module can be switched out for the MSH-6 mid-side stereo microphone module.

Sennheiser G2 Transmitter with Lav Mic

Sennheiser G2 Wireless Mic Set

The EW 100-ENG G2 system is ideal for video recording in the most varied recording situations. The ME 2 clip-on microphone is virtually invisible. The extremely small SK 100 G2 bodypack transmitter and the SKP 100 G2 plug-on transmitter as well as the EK 100 G2 camera receiver feature nine frequency banks with four directly accessible presets each – ready for immediate use. The lightweight Camera mountable receiver makes the G2 kit a favorite for run and gun reality shooting, News Gathering and Indie films sound recording. Both the Transmitter and Receiver run on AA battery packs.

Lectrosonics FC R1-A IFB Receiver

Lectrosonics FC R1-A IFB Receiver

Wireless IFB (interruptible fold back) systems are used for talent cueing and crew communications in broadcast and motion picture production. In other cases, the IFB system is used by directors and other management to monitor program audio during a production. The IFB R1a receiver provides simplicity and flexibility in a package that is intuitive for untrained users to operate. The default frequency of the receiver is set by two rotary switches on the side panel. Up to five additional frequencies can also be programmed into the receiver memory using the scan mode. If more than one frequency is stored in the receiver, the operator can scroll through all stored frequencies by simply pressing the volume knob.