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Re: Ditching Preamp for a battery box?
« Reply #15 on: March 20, 2020, 12:17:50 PM »
^ Thanks! Chris should put this information (and other specs) on his website. It would be a lot easier than digging up nearly decade old posts.

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Re: Ditching Preamp for a battery box?
« Reply #16 on: April 12, 2020, 05:54:21 PM »
My stealth kit for a while now has been CA-11c or CA CAFS > UBB > Roland R-07

This is ultra stealthy because the R-07 allows dual levels, so I set before entering the venue and forget. No need to check in the venue. I don't even check on the bluetooth app. Never been disappointed with a recording.

I used to use an CA Ugly Pre-Amp but just got fed up with all the messing about. I've certainly not noticed any deterioration in quality.
Mics: Sennheiser MKH 8040, Sennheiser MKH 8020, AT BP4025, AT 853 cards, CA CAFS, CA 14 Omnis, CA 11 (Cards + Omnis), Soundman OKM II Classic
Battery Boxes: Sony XLR-1, CA 9200 Preamp, CA Ugly 2 Preamp, CA Ugly BB, Shure FP24
Recorders: Sound Devices MP3, Sony PCM-D100, Sony PCM-D50, Sony PCM-M10, Sony PCM-D10, Roland R-07, Tascam iXJ2

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Re: Ditching Preamp for a battery box?
« Reply #17 on: September 27, 2020, 07:13:11 PM »
I switched to a A10 and the smallest SP battery box they make. It's tiny. It sounds about the same as my old rig.
Audio: Sound Professionals SP-CMC-10 (AT933s) or Church Audio CA-14 (Omni & Cards) Mics >
Sound Professionals Battery Box SP-SPSB-1, SP-SPSB-10 or Church Audio Preamp CA9200 >
Sony PCM-A10, Sony PCM-M10, Tascam DR-2d Recorders
Video: Panasonic DCM-ZS100 & GoPro 7 Black


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