Eric Toline

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About Eric Toline

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  1. What he said +1.
  2. Is it PC to use that phrase?
  3. Traut is correct, less than 5 seconds is more than enough to melt the solder and get it to a liquid state. Tin the connector cup first then tin the wires then melt them together. The images show way too much solder being used in each of the cups which is probably why you have heat discoloration on the pins.
  4. Keep in mind that Sony uses the ring of a TRS connector for audio & Sennheiser uses the tip.
  5. The TA 5 on the PDR takes the same wiring setup as the wireless transmitters. BTW, there are no stupid questions only stupid answers.
  6. Yes they work just fine with the VHF 185 & UHF SMQV units.
  7. I wire all lavs for Lectro using the TA5 connector as per figure 2 in the chart above. They all work just fine wired that way including the old Lectro VHF 185 series units.
  8. Contact Larry at he can custom make any type of rig you might need.
  9. That's good to hear. I have no knowledge of the terms of the N.Y. sale only the sale of the Ft. Lauderdale office that we bought and for obvious reasons I will not comment on those details.
  10. A length of shrink tubing is a very good idea as it does not affect transmission or reception to any noticeable degree and as mentioned above it offers great protection. Do it, you won't regret it.
  11. Yes. My email is Our website is a work in progress and is
  12. Everyone in the Topham family is just fine. Rich Topham decided to retire and sold the business. Jim & Andy bought the NY operation, the New Orleans office was bought by the managers who ran that office and I and my partner Ahmed Lugo who ran the Ft. Lauderdale shop bought the Ft. Lauderdale office. The New Orleans operation is now called "SoundHard" and here it's "Production Sound Solutions." Three separate companies all professionally staffed. All is good.
  13. Most antennas are cut to be optimal at the center frequency of the specific block they are meant for. If a block is say 500Mhz to 550Mhz the antenna is cut for 525Mhz. The closer to the center frequency that you can tune to the better your results should be.
  14. Find out what they were and I'll replace them. I would think a couple of dynamic hand mics & some 25' xlr cables.
  15. and the best reason is that I'll be there to host & MC the JW/RAMPS party.