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Offline edtyre

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Re: DAT Transfer Rig
« Reply #15 on: May 26, 2021, 01:39:15 PM »
So Ed, the mikes go into the preamp and the preamp has an A-D converter, then SPDIF into a recorder? 
In my case it’s mics > mic amp(cmc6) > pre (v3) > adc (ad2k) > recorder ( digital in)

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Re: DAT Transfer Rig
« Reply #16 on: May 26, 2021, 03:01:25 PM »
So Ed, the mikes go into the preamp and the preamp has an A-D converter, then SPDIF into a recorder? 
In my case it’s mics > mic amp(cmc6) > pre (v3) > adc (ad2k) > recorder ( digital in)

And Nicky probably gave me the Hooters I can’t remember I’m old
Ed, what cable(s) do you use from V3 to AD2k? XLR out, BNC, out or AES out? Asking as I have recently picked up an AD2k to do my cassette transfers feeding the outs via BNC to SPDIF in on a DR680
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Re: DAT Transfer Rig
« Reply #17 on: May 26, 2021, 07:16:32 PM »
So Ed, the mikes go into the preamp and the preamp has an A-D converter, then SPDIF into a recorder? 
In my case it’s mics > mic amp(cmc6) > pre (v3) > adc (ad2k) > recorder ( digital in)

And Nicky probably gave me the Hooters I can’t remember I’m old
Ed, what cable(s) do you use from V3 to AD2k? XLR out, BNC, out or AES out? Asking as I have recently picked up an AD2k to do my cassette transfers feeding the outs via BNC to SPDIF in on a DR680
I use XLR cables, analog out
I like the Grace sound as a pre, not ADC
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Re: DAT Transfer Rig
« Reply #18 on: May 28, 2021, 12:34:41 PM »
fostex d5 to tascam da3000. the d5 is the best dat machine i ever owned. had one and wore down the heads and got another off local craigslist for $150. it's a no frills machine, but all you want is it to not eat your tapes and pb without diginoise.

 

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