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  1. glenn

    techniques for quieting internally cabled boompoles

    You might look at the ZMT-Phantom by Zaxcom. It is a recording digital transmitter that positions behind the mic at the top of the boom pole. Pull the cable out of the pole and you have a lighter pole with no cable noise. The transmitter supplies 12V-48V phantom power and is the size of a Zippo lighter. Glenn
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    ZMT3 & PowerRoll

    Zaxcom wireless utilizes 100% digital modulation. The output power of the transmission constantly changes from a minimum level of 0 mW to a peak level of 75mW. This is identical to the FCC tested and approved average power level of 35 mW. Because the data in the Zaxcom transmission is contained at the peak of the signal, it is this value that is most equivalent to FM analog wireless for range comparison purposes. Glenn
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    Deva 24

    Nothing has changed with our Zaxnet transmitter for Deva24. The Deva24 will work with IFB200 just like the older Devas. When we are ready the internal transmitter module will be submitted for CE and FCC testing. As it is the same as the IFB200 it will get approval and then we can distribute it. Glenn
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    Deva 24

    There is no need for a external time code reference as the internal temperature compensated crystal oscillator is very accurate. Glenn
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    Deva 24

    The time code rating is very very conservative.
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    Deva 24

    For now the connection to the IFB100/200 will be the Zaxnet transmission source just like the older Devas. No other info is available at this time. Glenn
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    Lectronics antennae for Zaxcom QRX200

    Any whip antenna is wire cut to a specific length. The difference of a pixel either way can be the difference of only 1 dB and can happen just based on relative antenna position at any given moment.
  8. Congratulations Mark to you and you team. Glenn
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    ZHD96

    They are very similar in range. ZHD96 is better with reflections and takes half the bandwidth. Glenn
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    Zaxcom STA042 accept spdif 75 ohm Signal?

    Since this is none standard I can see my staff not knowing. If you simply go through a balancing transformer it will work. Glenn
  11. The TRX900 with stereo adaptor is one of our best products and totally unique. Stereo audio quality has never been a customer complaint in the 15 years the product has been out. In fact the Audio quality far exceeds any Analog wireless link available today. Glenn
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    Sound Devices Mix Pre 6 With Zax wireless

    It is the same on the IFB200 and the TRXCL. You can adjust the trim pots on the back for max level. If you are not feeding the IFB200 balanced you should connect pins 3 and 5 to 1 on the ta5 input .
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    Zaxcom Bluetooth

    Blue tooth is not able to have accurate time code and has a very limited range. Both are show stoppers for us. Zaxnet overcomes all of that. Glenn
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    Zaxcom ZMT3 Battery Life

    Real Fuji NP50s are like the needle in the haystack. Tough to find . Our ZMT transmitters will do 5 hours on the real ones. In our tests we have found that real batteries have Panasonic cells and work very well. Off brand and fake Fuji cells last about 3.5 to 4 hours in our transmitters. Glenn
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    Deva 24

    We have been shipping Deva24 for the last 2 Months in our "Soft Release program". There will be official news soon. Feedback from our early adaptors has been excellent. Glenn
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