Friday, October 30, 2009

[Avid-L2] Re: OT: Rugged Lav Mics

And Jim when you venture into the seedy "Miker Bar" I take it you'd buddy up to a 635A for protection. I know I would. Hey since I called the RE-50 a "Ballet Dancer Floating in the Breeze" and got flack from the best dancer I know on this list perhaps there is a connection here? I'm not passing any judgement but I'm just saying, "Mics of a feather...."

--- In, Jim Feeley <jfeeley@...> wrote:
> On 10/29/09 3:13 PM, "Wilson Chao" <wilsonchao@...> wrote:
> >
> > WTF??? Dunno why folks are sayin' the 635 is "the hammer" compared to
> > the RE-50 being "a delicate ballet dancer". The RE-50 consists of a
> > 635 wrapped in a bit of foam and stuffed into a second outer metal
> > case. It's the RUGGEDIZED 635. Take an RE-50, unscrew the
> > head/windscreen, and peek inside - there's your 635 hiding in plain
> > sight.
> The RE-50 has an aluminum case. The 635 has a steel case. Both are
> exceedingly rugged mics. But if I had to choose one to break apart ice that
> froze around a submerged car, or as a pulley to help lift said car out of a
> frozen river, then I¹d chose the 635.
> Jim
> --
> Jim Feeley
> POV Media
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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