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SD MP-2 > R-44
« on: June 22, 2013, 04:07:09 PM »
Would like to run via XLR to a R-44. Any experiences or advice? I see lots of people use the tape-out for the smaller bit-buckets in order to combat overloading, but wondering if the R-44 is going to have any issues with a hot signal from the MP-2.
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Mics: AKG c460b (ck61, ck62, ck63, ck1x, ck3x), NBob Actives, Naiant Actives, ADK A-51TL
Pres: Lunatec V2, Sound Devices MP-2
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Re: SD MP-2 > R-44
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2013, 07:53:45 PM »
No issues at all-  just keep the outer knob of the input gains all the way down and the inner knob about 12 o'clock and adjust the gain
with the mp-2.

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Re: SD MP-2 > R-44
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2013, 10:43:34 AM »
My experiences with both the R-44 and MP-2.....they can be used together via xlr just fine.  I found the MP-2 in any kind of violume situation I ran it with gains turned all the way down and it had plenty of signal.  Would depend on how hot your mics run too. 

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Re: SD MP-2 > R-44
« Reply #3 on: June 29, 2013, 04:36:59 PM »
thx fellas...peace of mind achieved again
Mics: AKG c460b (ck61, ck62, ck63, ck1x, ck3x), NBob Actives, Naiant Actives, ADK A-51TL
Pres: Lunatec V2, Sound Devices MP-2
Cables: GAKables exclusively, AKG MK46, Naiant PFA's
Recorders: Edirol R-09HR, Edirol R-44
CPU for DSP: Toshiba Satellite A660 i7 > audioengineD1
Cans: ATH-50
VINYL: Dual CS741Q > Rega Brio-R > Wharfedale EVO2-30

 

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