Jack Norflus

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  1. While I'm not using a 633 I'm using both Zaxcom and Lectrosonics side by side in the bag. I find the Zaxcom range is equal to that of the Lectro. But the big difference is Zaxcom gives me huge dynamic range with Never Clip on the the transmitter, internal recording with tc and full wireless remote control.
  2. The same can be said for keeping the hops low and talent higher.
  3. A transmitter in the bag too close in frequency to a receiver can desensitized the receiver.
  4. The 742 can receive TC via ZaxNet and then send that TC over UHF to the RX200.
  5. Exactly.
  6. Sorry I was thinking of the RX12
  7. The camera link does have extra filters to prevent interference that the 742 doesn't have.
  8. Sorry you can't feed the RX200 tc via zaxnet. The RX200 can only receive tc that's embedded in the uhf signal.
  9. you can also type in the numbers directly using the number keys
  10. There are tweaks planned. Howy is just finishing up some cool new stuff first.
  11. Where did you get this information from?
  12. The 411 has a much better front end filter than the SR series receivers. With that your hop is so close in frequency to the receiver you are most likely overloading the front end of the SR. As a general rule of thumb is always want at least 1 block separation between in-bag transmitters and in-bag receivers.
  13. The RX200 can only receive signal from 1 transmitter - the QRX200 can receive signal from 2 transmitters. The qrx235 has a tc input. You would connect the tc out of your SD and I put it into the 235 - you just need an adaptor cable.
  14. The qrx200 or qrx235 will both output 2 line level analog (or AES digital signals) into any mixer. The purpose of the IFB (regardless if it comes from the 235, ifb200 or camera link) gives you the ability to remote control the transmitters - including changing the input gain, changing the frequency frequency, and starting and stoping the internal recorder. The IFB will also send time code to the transmitters so that the audio files are synced.