From my previous visit to Resolution, they ran out of stock on XLR cables I purchased. Today I went down to collect them. So finally I set them up and tested to see if they are all working.
|Its Neutrik again. Resolution knows to use good quality stuff.|
|Klotz cables. Shin (Resolution staff) told me these are very highly regarded for their reliability and audio quality. He is right. I've researched a bit, and discovered that they do get a lot of positive ratings.|
|Yes, my workspace is extremely disorganised, apologies if it offends you neat and tidy folks.|
|Steinberg CI1 sitting on top of my old (and now mostly unused) equipment.|
|The MXL 550 connected to the XLR|
|I just wanted to show the embossed logo of the connector|
Again curiosity got the better of me and I went to search on the Internet to see if this was a common practice. Here's a related discussion thread on Gearslut.com. Apparently almost all studios in Japan store their mics in dry cabinets.
|This photo was linked from the gearslut.com thread mentioned in the previous paragraph. |
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