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  1. dnafe
    6th November 2013 - permalink
    Hi Harvey

    Last night we pulled out two pairs of the More Me headphones and they were dead in the water...any idea where the problem might lie


    Don Nafe

  2. MichaelFlanagan
    5th April 2013 - permalink

    I was looking to place and order for some More Me Headphones and see that your website is down. Is this a temporary condition or are you no longer offering the headphones?
  3. lapas
    5th April 2013 - permalink
    Hi there Mr. Harvey, my name is Jose Luis Navarro. Well Im writing you cause I was kind of intrested in buying Equators Q10 monitors so I went and did a research on Internet and I found the explanations you were giving about the desing of the Q15 that I found really interesting.

    I hope you can help me here cause I want to make a good decision.

    My question is what do you think about the Q10s?

    I own right now a pair of Dynaudios BM15A, but I found them really harsh on the Mid and Mid Higs.

    The thing that move me for the Equators Q10s is that I bought a pair of their D5 and I really like them.

    Im also looking to the Adams A77X cause Ive tried the A7X and also liked them.

    Like I told you above I hope you can help me here cause I want to make a good decision.

    Jose Luis Navarro
  4. strat67
    2nd April 2013 - permalink
    Hi Harvey,
    I'm starting a recording company and rebuilding the studio.
    Its a hybrid set up, tape and all......
    1 question, vocal mic?.....
    Why do so many engineers believe they can get the vocals with a $200 mod mic.....
    I'm not a gear snob, but I know damn well a new strat doesn't sound as good as my original 67....
    Is this the case do you think with vocal mics?
  5. pjbow
    21st February 2013 - permalink
    I sent you a PM about a Delta Concept 1 head and 2X12 cab I have, but don't know if you got it.
    Paul Jantzen
  6. duck995
    20th August 2012 - permalink
    Hi Harvey,

    I just read this post of yours from a few years ago:

    "The (Realistic) RS 33-1080 was actually made for RS by Sony. Replacing the 1-1/2 Volt battery with a 12 Volt battery makes it quite useful."

    I am still a bit of a beginner so I don't have a lot of knowledge. I have a couple of these mics that I bought back in the late 70's to do some recording of choral performances. A long time ago I used them for micing instruments in a live setting.

    If you have the time....
    How do you replace a 1.5v battery in this with a 9v? Are there 9v batteries the same size?

    If I run the mic with 9v, could I use an xlr to xlr cable and run the signal into a regular mixer? I have an Allen and Heath Mixwizard.

    In your opinion, is the quality of these good enough to mess with?

    This is probably apples and oranges, but I have some Shure KSM109 mics - if you are familiar with that, can you tell me how the RS mic would compare?

    Scott Curfman

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  • About Harvey Gerst
    Sanger, TX
    Recording Engineer
    Career highlights
    Haven't ended my career yet.
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    Guitar, Photography, etc.
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    Lotsa mics and cool stuff
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    Indian Trail Recording Studio
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    Harvey Gerst, Engineer
    Indian Trail Recording Studio

    Manufacturer - MoreMe Studio Headphones
    Website: MoreMe Headphones

    Designer - Trident HG3 Nearfield Monitors & JBL "F" Series Speakers
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