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  • PhonotoffPhonotoff

    Nagra ARES P IIPublished on 09/20/06 at 04:56
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    I use it for two years for work, in addition to the ARES BB.
    Its big advantage is its size and weight. It has good preamps (it's a nagra ..). It has all the necessary inputs and outputs, but you have the cable with a breakout, which is not very practical, unless you have many connections as needed (two in stereo mic or two lines out, etc. .. )
    It is very expensive. too expensive. But we are not disappointed with the quality. Nagra is always expensive.
    But shooting field recording with a stereo pair and this machine is a joy.
  • jeepsterjeepster

    Nagra ARES P IIPublished on 12/12/06 at 07:00
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    Dj I had the opportunity to speak m the Ares I used for several months. Indeed, some default prs (for me, incomprhensible, especially illisibilit the notch outdoor days ...) it is intresant its size, and some indisputable quality .
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    I pass the velocity suprieure giving me the IIP + and adaptation of two Neumann km 184.
    Unquestionably suprieur.maniable, faile switching, fast signal / breath incomparable. Grip, (for which no cover prference gnre fast sounds of friction) aise.Personnellement, I put in a pocket indoor, all rglages facts, and the microphones in inks main.L AGC is much suprieur, and being able rgler channels sparment is an asset.
    The supplied microphone is of good qualit…
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    Dj I had the opportunity to speak m the Ares I used for several months. Indeed, some default prs (for me, incomprhensible, especially illisibilit the notch outdoor days ...) it is intresant its size, and some indisputable quality .
    .
    I pass the velocity suprieure giving me the IIP + and adaptation of two Neumann km 184.
    Unquestionably suprieur.maniable, faile switching, fast signal / breath incomparable. Grip, (for which no cover prference gnre fast sounds of friction) aise.Personnellement, I put in a pocket indoor, all rglages facts, and the microphones in inks main.L AGC is much suprieur, and being able rgler channels sparment is an asset.
    The supplied microphone is of good quality but what diffrence with Neumann ... For enrgistrements noise or sound levels must be rear imperceptible, it's really, in my case, the high level.
    It is more expensive and bulkier, but your exact worth the effort, provided that the quality is, Obviously, ncessaire. If that's the sound of the enrgistrer circualation, the breath does not really matter ...
    notice ...
    since this word, to deal with handling noise, I set up two microphones Sennheiser Lavallier MKE40 a module suspended by elastic. This one is "plug" in place of the original microphone. Trs compact, it has the advantage of the types of microphones, you can move in all directions. We can keep hanging around his neck, and direct it towards the subject, or holding hands at the subject, or direct them towards you to comment ... Rsultat impeccable. Handling noise tombs of 80%. If anyone is interested in this assembly, I can send a photo.
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