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    +1, the Sanken CS-M1. 4 inches and less than 2...

    +1, the Sanken CS-M1. 4 inches and less than 2 oz. Under $1k usd.
    Of course if expecting better than 'nat sound,' it ain't gonna happen with any camera mic, no matter how good it is.
  2. Not go off-topic but.. Sound Forge has been...

    Not go off-topic but.. Sound Forge has been 32-bit float as far back as possible with early PC hardware and the OS. The same with Vegas. Both of which were acquired from Sony in 2016 by MAGIX...
  3. Most 1/4" and XLR outputs on mixers and active...

    Most 1/4" and XLR outputs on mixers and active speakers are line level, so use attenuation (aka, pad or DI) if feeding a mic level input. -10dB unbalanced RCAs and HP jacks usually need attenuation...
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    From the photos it appears to be a decent sized...

    From the photos it appears to be a decent sized sanctuary, so that kind of rules out the Wi-Fi frequency (GHz) systems.. most have one-third the range of a UHF or VHF system.

    "Yes, (receivers)...
  5. Basically the MixPre 3.5mm TRS output is stereo...

    Basically the MixPre 3.5mm TRS output is stereo unbalanced line-level (-10dB, I don't know if it has a mic level switch)
    Not really hot enough for a balanced +4dB input, but too hot for an XLR mic...
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    - Is the sound to be sent to the (Nexia preamps...

    - Is the sound to be sent to the (Nexia preamps and a recording device?
    - How big is the sanctuary?
    - is the rack mount / receivers in a back room?
    - What is the budget and how many systems?

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    I wonder if I should recommend that they replace...

    I wonder if I should recommend that they replace their ElectroVoice transmitters with G4? Could they be coupled with the ElectroVoice receivers? If you notice on the closeup of the two EV receivers,...
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    Glad to help Dennis. rraud.com There are no...

    Glad to help Dennis.
    rraud.com There are no tutorials and such. Just a occupational website.. w/ resume, equipment, photos, contact, ect., ect.
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    Yes, I think you basically understand the...

    Yes, I think you basically understand the procedure using the on-line frequency finder method.. except you stated: "[I]Instead of using the 'scan for frequencies option' on the transmitter" The...
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    "Consult with Sennhieser, last time I contacted...

    "Consult with Sennhieser, last time I contacted them about this topic they were very helpful."

    - Sennheiser support is helpful but in terms of frequency selection would likely recommend the Rx...
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    The radius parameter you have is set to 10 miles....

    The radius parameter you have is set to 10 miles. Not nearly enough to adequately ID potential interference. Use a radius of 70 miles..
    Based on the TV channels in the Akron OH area using up to...
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    If you can state your HOW's zip code, I could...

    If you can state your HOW's zip code, I could recommend a frequency bank/channels which should work. However there are always variables; antenna placement, specific Tx/Rx settings, undocumented RF in...
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    You do not need different frequency blocks for...

    You do not need different frequency blocks for two or more of the G2, 3, 4 systems. Just use the preset channels in a bank which will be intermodulation free.
    Go to the Sennheiser Frequency finder,...
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    It may work for a non-critical reference, but I...

    It may work for a non-critical reference, but I would not consider a $39 wireless system good for much of anything. Read the sticky "The-$500-Wireless-Question-or-quot-What-cheap-system-should-I-get"...
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    I assumed the OP was referring to playback in a...

    I assumed the OP was referring to playback in a hall with a sound system. Using reverb and such to simulate a room or other environment is common.
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    I would never ever never add reverb, delay to any...

    I would never ever never add reverb, delay to any audio track unless it's for some 'special effect'. Reverb, echo and other FX are common in music mixes though.
  17. Use the non-matrixed M-S mode on the 4029. In...

    Use the non-matrixed M-S mode on the 4029. In post, do not use the 'side' channel. I do not think it is as 'tight' as the Sanken CS3, but it should work. Use a lavaliere as well, I assume you have a...
  18. The latency delay can be fixed in post relatively...

    The latency delay can be fixed in post relatively easily ... providing the NLE can move audio in sub-frame increments. Some NLE's can, others can't. Vegas Pro for instance, can shift audio down to...
  19. +1 Remote Audio HN-7506 High Noise Headphones....

    +1 Remote Audio HN-7506 High Noise Headphones.
    Many low budget recorders and mixers have anemic HP amps, only 10 or 20 mW and only go just so loud before they distort. In my experience, 50mW per...
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    The OST 801's presence boost is good for hiding...

    The OST 801's presence boost is good for hiding under clothing and such. Out in the open it can be a bit harsh, and I've experienced annoying artifacts with sibilant voices through a Sennheiser 100...
  21. I have used the EK100 portable receiver in a...

    I have used the EK100 portable receiver in a pinch situation where I needed one additional mix-minus IFB . It certainly was not ideal but it worked. The only volume control is in the software menu...
  22. In my experience on commercials and movie sets,...

    In my experience on commercials and movie sets, it is often a scavenger hunt after a shooting day when multible IFB Rx are distributed and loss is pretty much inevitable. It can be a costly if you...
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    Could very well be the same capsule, but the...

    Could very well be the same capsule, but the ports and such could be different. Sennheiser specifies the e945 as a Super-cardioid, OTOH the MD46 is listed as cardioid. I have used an MD46 (interview...
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    "Isn't line level cleaner?" - Generally... ...

    "Isn't line level cleaner?"
    - Generally... Yes, in a perfect world that is.. but.. IT DEPENDS.

    The MixPre D has a Mic/Line switch for the XLR outputs, The Tascam DR-10X is mic level only and...
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    Aside from the throughput, the DR-10L and 10C are...

    Aside from the throughput, the DR-10L and 10C are the same AFAIK. The 10C however can be purchased from European sources. The 10L has a jack for the Sennheiser Evolution 100 series type locking...
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