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1 hour ago, Kisaha said:

Haha! Where is the laugh-vote?!

I know right?! Why did Andrew remove it. 

Funny timing too, JWSoundGroup just gained a like vote option a few days ago and EOSHD just lost all theirs except the like vote. 

1 hour ago, Kisaha said:

 Seriously, in real life situation the voltage and +4db where are applicable??

Having true line output is a genuine advantage (although losing mic out.... what?!).

And having a bit more of a safety margin on the input voltage isn't a bad thing either. 


 

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1 hour ago, IronFilm said:

I know right?! Why did Andrew remove it. 

Funny timing too, JWSoundGroup just gained a like vote option a few days ago and EOSHD just lost all theirs except the like vote. 

Having true line output is a genuine advantage (although losing mic out.... what?!).

And having a bit more of a safety margin on the input voltage isn't a bad thing either. 


 

Yeah, JWS needed an upvote!

Why to have to choose betwen mic or line??! What needs +4 db? Usually 0 and -10 is what I use most.

The input voltage is alright but we are talking about 400euros difference, almost an F4 plus! Is any specific power option that wasn't applicable in the 9-16V?? Why they had to change that?

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On 7/31/2018 at 9:13 PM, Kisaha said:

Haha! Where is the laugh-vote?!

It is the one I miss the most! ?

 

 

On 7/31/2018 at 9:13 PM, Kisaha said:

 Seriously, in real life situation the voltage and +4db where are applicable??

A bit of voltage safety is always nice, but by no means essential. 

And +4dB is only needed if you have applications you need pro line level outputs from your recorder.

 

On 8/1/2018 at 12:00 AM, Kisaha said:

Why they had to change that?

Maybe they didn't change it? :-o

But just updated the specs to be a more accurate statement, rather than a more cautious statement. 

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