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02Jun Saramonic SR-AX107 Review

I’ve been using the Saramonic SR-AX107 for the last two months off and on for various things. As far as XLR audio adapters go, it sounds good. In fact you’d be hard pressed to find a major difference in audio quality between the SR-AX107 and something like the Beachtek DXA-SLR XLR audio adapter. While the Saramonic […]

25Feb Saramonic SR-AX107 XLR DSLR audio inteface

It’s been awhile since I’ve seen a new audio interface on the market so the Saramonic SR-AX107 is a refreshing site. The built in +20dB of gain is a little more than Beachtek’s DXA-SLR and a bit less than the gain provided by the Riggy RM333. It’s interesting that they’ve included an isolation transformer into the design and […]

10Apr Azden FMX-DSLR portable XLR mixer

More companies keep jumping into the audio adapter market, this time it’s Azden with the FMX-DSLR portable XLR mixer. On the plus side Azden is offering a 2 channel mixer with XLR and 3.5mm inputs for under $300 (currently $285). The FMX-DSLR also provides up to +16db of gain and uses four AA batteries for up to 15 hours […]

28Mar Juicedlink Riggy RM333 – First Impressions

I’ve used all kinds of XLR adapter boxes over the years both on video cameras like the now antique Canon GL1 to modern day DSLR like the 5d mark III. There hasn’t been much innovation with these devices and companies like Beachtek, Studio 1 productions, and Juicedlink still make audio devices almost identical to devices […]

28Aug Noob Store stuff in action in the Galapagos Islands!

Every once in awhile I receive pictures of Noob Store stuff in action and I’m often surprised where some of these bits and peaces end up.  Alek took the Noob DS214 adapter with him on his trip to the Galapagos Islands and sent me a few pictures of the DS214 adapter in the wild. You can see […]

16Jun Juicedlink RM333 available for pre order.

B&H is now taking preorders for Juicedlink’s newest audio adapter, the RM333 audio pre-amp. The design is an interesting configuration of 3 XLR inputs with what Juicedlink is calling Audio output bracketing. The bracketing system is a built in form of the audio protection I’ve mentioned before. Basically it allows you to record audio on […]

17Apr Turning the Volume up on quiet microphones.

If you’ve been filming for a few years, chances are you have an old passive XLR to 1/8 inch adapter laying around. Beachtek and Studio 1 where the most popular for a number of years, but none of their early models had any kind of built in amplifier. If your microphone doesn’t put out a […]

17Feb Juicedlink Camera Rigs and other DSLR Cages.

Juicedlink has released a few interesting DSLR camera rigs.  The first one is the Juicedlink DIY107 which is designed to work around the Rode VideoMic. Basically this unit connects to your Rode VideoMic via the 3/8-16 mount on the back of Microphone.  At $36 this could be a handy little bracket. The Juicedlink DIY101 is the normal square camera bracket with […]