A truly old school mixer actually used to prepare "Lost In Time" DJ mix made from K7 tapes and more generally to keep under hands any vintage gear equipped with DIN connections. I've found that mixer at Cash Converters, a second hand shop and paid only 3,90 euros! The mixer offers 6 DIN inputs : … Continue reading Pré-Vox Mix 900
To document places and stuff I record with the Zoom H5 and various microphones or even to just enjoy the practice of Photography, I bought myself a second hand entry level DSLR from Nikon, the D 3100 model that I got for a very cheap price along a polyvalent lens. I was lucky enough to … Continue reading Nikon D 3100 – Lens Comparaison
Personal sound amplifier by Sonic Technology Products Inc. SuperEar SE 5000 An unusual tool I've found this week at a second hand shop. There is a mini-jack output to connect a headphone or earphones or... A mini-jack cable that goes straight into the ZOOM H5 🙂 It has a sound of it's own, the microphone … Continue reading SuperEar SE5000
Second review on the blog and this time, we're going back in the 60's to discover an amazing product from Philips (Netherlands)... The Philips EL 3782/00 is a "low-homic electrodynamic directional microphone" that was basically used with the Philips Reel To Reel tape recorder/player EL 3549. The microphone is small and it has such an … Continue reading Philips EL 3782/00 Microphone
First real review on the blog and it's about a funny tool! Nothing high-end or high quality audio related but a piece of gear I randomly found and got for a very low price. Basically, it's a phone handset that was supposed to be connected to older iPhone models, those still equipped with a mini-jack … Continue reading The Phone!