That the one.
On 24/01/12 23:52, Mark Donahue wrote:
> It was probably an Audio and Design modified PCM-701. I think they
> called those things CTC or something like that. I have a pair of them
> that were modified for field alternation to give 4 channel recording
> on a single 3/4" video transport (Similar to the "Colossus" that
> Telarc used for a hot minute.). If you have to ask what they cost
> new....Seems to me that the 2 channel CTC went for $4k or so and the 4
> channel prototype cost an additional $14k. I think we made a total of
> 5 recordings on it before we relegated it to use as a pair of regular
> F1 interfaces. The CTC's were nice because they gave you the option of
> time correcting the stream via the digital IO so the channels were in
> sync. They also had an accessory port that allowed for SDIF-2 or AES
> IO to be added. It made an F1 into a real professional recorder.
> All the best,
> On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 2:07 PM, Shai Drori<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> There is one F1 in Israel that I used to work with that had a digital out
>> but the company name was different. It's not mine so I can't look at it now.
>> Also had balanced I\O.
>> On 24/01/12 03:02, Tom Fine wrote:
>>> Google research indicates that there was a company called Whistlewood
>>> Audio in the UK, about 10 years ago and earlier, that made add-on boards to
>>> the Sony PCM-F1, 501 and 701 EIAJ digital recorder adapters. These boards
>>> grabbed the PCM stream and fed it to a cable, which then interfaced with a
>>> SPDIF transmitter box that was external to the Sony device. The 75-ohm SPDIF
>>> stream could then be converted for playback, dubbed to DAT or captred to
>>> More Google time revealted a Paul Phippen was the brains behind this
>>> Whistlewood operation, but I can't find any sign of him or his products
>>> Do any UK Listmembers know anything about this? Does anyone else make a
>>> SPDIF adapter for the PCM-F1 or 501 boxes?
>>> -- Tom Fine