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Offline Gutbucket

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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #15 on: February 19, 2018, 08:45:50 PM »
Same reason paper pulp remains one of the best materials for speaker cones.
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Re: ISO Church Audio Mic Bar....
« Reply #16 on: February 23, 2018, 01:28:15 PM »
Same reason paper pulp remains one of the best materials for speaker cones.

Yup, it absorbs all vibrations and essentially isolates the microphones...which is important with these little suckas since they are soldered to alligator clips.  I will often gaff-tape a coaster to a beam and clip the CA-14's to them while running an extension cable down to a deck...they work wonders.
Normal: Nakamichi CM-700's >> SD 744T (or) Sony PCM-M10
Normal: Crown CM-700's >> SD 302 >> SD 744T
Fun times: 3 Crown CM-700's >> SD 302 >> SD744T + 2 Nakamichi CM-700's >> SD744T
Stealth: CA-14c >> CA 9200 >> Edirol R-09HR
Ultra stealth: AudioReality >> AudioReality battery box >> Edirol R-09HR
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