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Dalton Patterson

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    Sound Mixer, Sound Utility, Boom Operator, Sound Engineer. Pro Tools Level 2 Certification. Local 16.
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  1. My CF reader on my 633 that I bought used is compromised. Sucks because I got it from someone on this forum without any notice of this obvious issue. It will need a trip back to the factory. I tried firmware, new cf cards and hard reset. It works fine with just an SD card, but after a little while, a CF card locks it up. It will work in short spurts but locks up sooner or later.
  2. Yes. My Sandisk cf died. Made my 633 go haywire. Replaced with Delkin Black.
  3. Contact cleaner zero residue the pins and connections. Use a small wood tooth pick to gently remove any oxidation. What does your RF finder show your wireless transmission levels at? When you click the TX on and off is the TX putting out a full level peak into the RFinder? Or is it only putting out a little bit.
  4. @Izen Ears Psychoacoustic basics Looky what I just found! Haven’t watched yet, but wanted to share. Ooooo. It’s good.
  5. Now that it has been determined that backwards compatibility is not "Nonsense". Could the OP kindly change the title of this thread? If it is left as is, it implies the manufacturer has done something wrong which is clearly not the case. And then there is this…From 2017... Block 470/19 Frequency overlap explained Lectrosonics took the time to create these colorful press releases to explain this exact issue.
  6. Print a label out of a P-touch label maker that says (486.400-495.600 don't use this shit on B470)
  7. Expensive Root Beer or Mexican Cokes. Just put from: Dan Izen
  8. Ah, that’s the word I was looking for. Thanks Jon!
  9. Handling noise not going through the mic amplifier creating unwanted harmonics. Let’s the mic amp work a little less. Super extra hifi tinfoil hat type stuff. But if you need it, you need to know about it. Comparatively, low Frequencies take more power. I’m not saying this correctly but you get the idea.
  10. @Paul Ledfordthank you very much for this. Very helpful.
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