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Any DSLR mic recommendations?  Shooting family and kids, not concerts.

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Tell me what you find out!

 

I have been looking into that too now with my new interest in video.

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48 minutes ago, dem beats said:

Tell me what you find out!

 

I have been looking into that too now with my new interest in video.

Sure, thanks.

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I was banned on chrome today!

 

restart, update all the apps, restart, now it works.....

 

Safari had no ban.  So weird.

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I recently went with the Rode mic... nice and compact and used it at a family gathering, sounded great. I got the baby one though, I'm sure you want the heavy duty 

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On 5/8/2017 at 10:43 AM, ///M5 said:

Any DSLR mic recommendations?  Shooting family and kids, not concerts.

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5 hours ago, dem beats said:

Heheheh

Rødes.

 

Lawl

Bastard

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5 hours ago, Shogen said:

I recently went with the Rode mic... nice and compact and used it at a family gathering, sounded great. I got the baby one though, I'm sure you want the heavy duty 

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this is the one I havetJRGGww.jpg

How is the noise floor with no active preamp?

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Hi :)

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How is Steve's beeeeeeyoooooootch?

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Good sir and yourself?

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On 5/8/2017 at 9:43 AM, ///M5 said:

Any DSLR mic recommendations?  Shooting family and kids, not concerts.

I've personally used this Sony Microphone and its excellent, its pretty great all around and if you do want to use it in a loud location it does not get overwhelmed very easily. I actually used it to record car audio videos, it withstands 160+ dB no problem but is sensitive enough to pick up everything clearly in a quiet location.

 

 

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Sean if i accidentally reported you, my bad.

 

I dropped my phone and it said something about submitting a flag or report or something.

 

Time for bed I guess.

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7 minutes ago, jntar said:

Good sir and yourself?

Busy as shit, but having fun.  Had one of my boys turn 6 this week and the other 8 in 2.  WTF?!@#!@?

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dumb question dudes... 

Icon d2 on 1000 w rms, can I use some 16 gauge speaker wire for connecting the coils in parallel (12 gauge runs from amp to sub). Or should I get something thicker? 

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16 will be fine even for the entire run.

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To wall or not to wall? That's the question.

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On 5/9/2017 at 10:04 PM, jntar said:

Hi :)

Well hello there.

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1 hour ago, ///M5 said:

Not

Have you ever walled a vehicle before?

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Not in a really long time.

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Had a busy week it seems Aaron.  Excited to see the new product roll in!

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Putting a radio in the wife's car.  Battery is past due to die I determine so I run to the parts store 7 minutes till closing to get a battery.  4yr old cheapo walmart battery, not going back in the car.  

Of course I get back, go to install it and the fricking threads won't allow more than a 1 thread of engagement on the factory bolt so it strips the negative bolt.  Finally find a 3/8" something around to bastardize into a stud for the battery to get that working.  

Then I went round and around chasing a problem that ended up being fixed by unplugging something and plugging it back in.  Determined when I swapped out with another unit and it worked, then back to the one that 'didn't' work and lo-and-behold it worked again.  

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Never walled a vehicle, don't think I ever would if I didn't have intention on sending it to the junkyard when I was finished.  

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