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  1. I might be fine with an adapter depending on the size. Does anyone know what that particular dpa adapter might be? I would most likely only use this as a backup bodypack but it would be great to have it be dual purpose in that way. Assuming the voltage can be taken care of, is there any other reason this can't be used as a talent pack?
  2. From the tech specs on DPA's website. http://www.dpamicrophones.com/microphones/dscreet/slim-4060-omnidirectional-microphone "Power supply (for full performance) Min. 5 V to max. 50 V through DPA adapter for wireless systems, 48 V phantom power ±4 V with DAD6001 XLR adapter" So 50v max sounds like it would be able to handle anything the zmt could throw at it.
  3. What would be the limiting factors for not being able to use it as a body pack transmitter? I know the voltage only goes down to 12v which excludes using a cos-11 (it needs to see less than 10v) but was hoping a dpa could work (as it seems to be able to handle up to 48v). Also, some sort of external inline adapter would hopefully be able to knock down the voltage for lav use. Any other reasons I'm not thinking of
  4. Looks great! I use this maxpedition AA battery holder which comes with an 8 AA battery hard case. Really works great for keeping some spares on me without weighing down my bag in front. (Not that they weigh much, but organization is great too). http://www.maxpedition.com/store/pc/Volta-Battery-Pouch-p581.htm I also use an ammo magazine pouch in the back for a spare Inspired Energy battery (will also fit an NP1.) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007I4SZYE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_va0WxbWC32ET8 I'm going to have to steal your other ideas as well. As much weight I can put on the back the better!
  5. Thanks Rado for the reviews and honest comparisons. Great work. And thanks to JohnPaul as well!
  6. Are there any plans to have that change in the future? if that's the case I may as well go RX200 route over the QRX200 for my next rx Pure speculation here, but if a "4 channel" QRX can only receive one mono ZHD tx than perhaps a "2 channel" RX200 wont be able to handle the ZHD at all. I would assume a new line of receivers to go along with the new TXs. Can't imagine they wouldn't have a new dual receiver option in the works. **EDIT - as Jack says, seems as though they are working on it.
  7. Correct, QRX200 will only be able to receive one single ZHD transmitter with the new modulation. Bummer. But perhaps there will be another surprise at NAB so a dual receiver is still possible with the new modulation?
  8. No Jack, so the QRX200 won't be able to receive two mono channels of the ZHD modulation? Only one mono channel?
  9. I'm still dreaming of the Zaxnet smart slate that was once rumored.
  10. Very well done and congrats to all involved in the design and completion!
  11. I don't think this was covered yet in the thread (may have missed it though). Is the SRc rumored to be fully wide band like the QRX200? Or just 3 larger chunks of the spectrum like their current L series?
  12. I've had that sound happen when I switched my recording sample rate to anything other than 48khz. The green reception light on the ERX turns to red but the unit still receives and outputs audio (but sounds glitchy/8-bit). I don't think this is the issue you are having since you said it started happening out of nowhere, but just thought I would mention it. I did contact Zaxcom about this and they said it was normal since the IFB audio in zaxnet (coming from the nomad) has to be 48k to work properly. This was a while ago and I'm not sure if this was ever changed down the road. Just FYI.
  13. Jeff, my deepest condolences to you and your family.
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