Sound Devices have taken all of the accessibility and reliability of the 442 mixer and created the 688 recorder/mixer. Recording .wav or .Mp3 internally provides peace of mind to both the operator and production
Featuring an incredible twelve inputs and sixteen-track internal recording, the 688 far outstrips other mixer/recorder units in the field.
A new digital display make working with this unit under any conditions easy.
A top-of-the-range shotgun microphone combining high sound quality with precise directionality.
This mic is suitable for any and all film, broadcast, music and dialogue recording applications.
Supplied with a wind-cancelling Rycote Cyclone blimp system, this is the ultimate location sound kit.
A four-channel audio mixer that has long been a staple piece of kit on ENG and drama productions alike.
The clear interface and straight-forward audio pots, alongside the reliability and accuracy of the unit, have made this Sound Devices mixer a firm favourite of sound engineers.
The Sennheiser 416 is an industry-standard compact, directional condenser microphone.
Suitable for for both ENG/broadcast and drama use, this has become a popular choice amongst self-shooters and professional sound engineers alike.
The RB-MA1 consists of a low noise microphone pre-amplifier for converting mic level signals to line level, or for driving long lines from microphones to mixing equipment. The connections and controls are on the rear panel.
The microphone input is an XLR-3 type and is electronically balanced. The gain for the input can be adjusted by a recessed pre-set potentiometer which allows for the use of both dynamic and powered microphones.
The line output is of an XLR-3 type and is electronically balanced. It can be wired unbalanced by grounding the non-phase signal, allowing you to feed both balanced and unbalanced equipment.
The ECM-77B is the broadcast standard omni-directional lapel microphone.
Suitable for use as an interview microphone, this discreet microphone keeps your subject’s hands free.
As this microphone is wired rather than transmitting a radio signal, the ECM-77B is a popular choice when there are multiple channels or reliability is key.
Rode’s NTG-2 is lightweight enough to be mounted directly onto most cameras, making this a popular microphone for ENG and broadcast-style productions.
Supplied as standard with our Sony PMW-300 kits, this microphone is available individually and is popular on jobs shooting with everything from DSLRs to Alexas.
Audio-Technica’s AT875R was designed to be compact and lightweight enough not to impede camera operation when in the field, so has quickly become popular for documentary-style or ENG productions.
Supplied as standard with our comprehensive Sony FS7 kits, this microphone is also available individually and works well partnered with DSLR cameras.