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    It's a great community. I am just starting with audio and have a rather low budget audio bag. (Mixpre 10 ii ans Sony uwp-d), and I am very thankful for all this great advice!
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  1. thanks. I hope you can put units to sleep using up and down keys instead. There is plenty of memory space on the sd cards to keep recording running but not enough battery to keep transmission running all day. And I hope anyone will test the double duo receiver configuration. I ordered a second deluxe kit and hope I am not the first to test it. I meant turning them to sleep with Up annd Down Keys INSTEAD of triggering record... Do you know when the deluxe kit will be available again? I have still not received anything yet. Or are you working on a new, improved version?
  2. thanks. I hope you can put units to sleep using up and down keys instead. There is plenty of memory space on the sd cards to keep recording running but not enough battery to keep transmission running all day. And I hope anyone will test the double duo receiver configuration. I ordered a second deluxe kit and hope I am not the first to test it.
  3. Did anyone test using two duo receivers connected via cable and receiving audio from four bp-trx transmitters, yet?? I am starting to think that this won't work at all..
  4. I hope that Sennheiser and Sony will implement internal recording in their low cost UHF transmitters soon.
  5. Ok, that’s exactly what I thought would happen! And again this could be a solution. I guess they are made to record internally and use the receiver just for monitoring. This works as long as there is no problem with the sd card. If so the record symbols shows up on the duo rx when you start recording but than vanishes after a short time, even when there is no sd card inside which makes you believe you are recording. Or if they just made the main buttons on the duo rx make you put recorders to sleep that you don’t want to monitor currently instead of stopping recording you could stop them from interfering.
  6. Headphones dont have to deal with a Timecode signal, that’s already very loud, even on the lowest setting. I would expect from an 80 dollar cable more than just scratch audio. i hope an inbuilt attenuator can help.
  7. It’s just a levels Test. I varied the input level from 100 percent at the start to almost minimum level at the end to see if it affects audio bleeding. And it seems much less affected with the stereo cable. Still, Even mic level is way too much for any stereo input.
  8. I just tried to playback the recorded LTC track from my laptop to the zoom h1 using a stereo cable, the track was panned to the left. There still is audio bleeding when the gain is set so high that the level is distorting on the timecode track. But it seems way better than using the cable on the USO. USO Splitter Cable to Zoom H1.mp3 LTC Playback Laptop to H1 through Stereo-Cable H1.mp3
  9. Exactly, sorry for the confusion. You are right, its the TCB-53 cable. Its not the original stereo file, its one track set to mono to protect your ears as the level is quite loud. I tried it on a zoom h1 as well, its exactly the same problem. I guess I need an attenuator so I can go lower than "mic-level" on the USO output or a lower level on the USO via firmware update.
  10. I am afraid its not. Its just the right channel. LTC is on the left. The problem is, I cannot go below "mic level" in the output settings of the USO. I guess I have to build my own cable to get it right. The two splitter cables I bought for 70 Euros each simply do not work.
  11. I ordered some Y-splitter cables from timecode systems some time ago to connect my Ultrasync One LTC Timecode unit and a Microphone to a camera via stereo minijack port. Unfortunately there is huge audio bleeding in frome the USO to the mic track, so I can hear the timecode unit und the mic as well. Much quieter but when you have to push the volume a little you can hear it clearly. Does anyone have the same problem with these cables?? Heres a sample of the aplified right track. Audiobleeding Ultrasync One to Sony a7 III right mic track.mp3
  12. It’s the supplied lav. But maybe it was even the connector from the receiver.
  13. I tried to sync the other way round: Using a splitt cable to feed timecode through one channel to the bp-trx, which doesnt seem to work. I guess there has to be timecode on both channels for the bp-trx to read it.
  14. A similar cable is included in the deluxe kit for the duo rx and bop-trx. So I guess it’s possible.
  15. I am using the sync map all the time and its very easy to check. It can automatically cut out gaps between video clips for a better overwiew. I tried LTC convert and tentacle sync studio, but the sync map at least for me was the feature to decide for tentacle sync. I guess I will stay there as I already have a licence, but maybe the feedback helps.
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