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    VP of sales & service at Lectrosonics, Inc., classical musician, family man.
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  1. Here are a couple of tests done with the Lectrosonics L Series kit in New York a few years ago. Not sure of the exact distances, but you can get the idea: Towards the end of this one done by B&H, Rob is over 100 ft. away - again, outside in NY:
  2. Depends on the transmitter. Several of our /E01 (European version) Hybrid transmitters include Mode 3: the HHa (handheld), HMa (plug-on), LT, SSM, and SMWB series.
  3. Aaron "Cujo" Cooley posted a detailed review a few weeks ago on FB: https://tinyurl.com/yxtrhmj7
  4. Each DSQD comes with one rack ear/flange that has a "D" hole for mounting a bulkhead BNC. If you want to run your antennas on the front panel of a single DSQD, you'd need the 2nd rack ear (PN# 27076) and mounting screws (2x PN# 28885) and then the FMAKM2T which basically consists of the cables you'll need to bring the antenna lines around and mount them to the flanges. https://www.lectrosonics.com/US/All-Accessories/product/fmakm2t-kit-2.html
  5. to daniel: re your question on powering. You can power down the Dante module, and you can power down individual receivers for significant power savings. There are currently no plans to add analog compatibility modes - each one takes up a lot of code space. RF remote control is not an option on this system as you see it here. Talkback output is only available on one of the 4 XLRs (or Dante) as there just wasn't any additional real estate for any more output jacks. to constantin: "Last word" on anything is "it depends", isn't it?
  6. Constantin, we'll see if we can fit that into our design schedule for future updates.
  7. Also, the 2.5 Amp current draw includes all internal channels working, the Dante card powered, and antenna bias power for both RF input ports. You have control over the powering of all those things so, if you don't need them, that figure comes down. If you powered down the Dante module, and timed out the LCD backlight, you can save over 2W.
  8. At long last, we have native versions of Wireless Designer now available for both Mac and PC. https://www.lectrosonics.com/Support/Wireless-Designer™/wireless-designer-2.html -Karl
  9. https://www.lectrosonics.com/US/lectrosonics-introduces-the-d-squared-digital-wireless-microphone-system.html
  10. FWIW we do have several variants of the UMC16B rack multicoupler available, including one that covers the A1 and B1 bands only: https://www.lectrosonics.com/US/UMC16B-Multicoupler/product.html -Karl
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    Body absorption

    You can make an air gap insulator for the antenna using shrink tubing. Get a size (say, 3/8" unshrunk) that allows you to barely slip one end around the antenna down onto the connector, then shrink it at the connector so it stays in place. Then, cut the other end off just past the end of the antenna, then shrink that end and pinch it closed while hot, then trim it round.
  12. karlw

    Tumbleweeds

    Constantin and r.paterson: you guys nailed it! PM me your address and shirt size and we'll send you the latest Lectrosonics T-shirt.
  13. Tom, you nailed it! PM me your address and shirt size and we'll send you the latest T-shirt.
  14. Some of the intrepid members here have already guessed, quite accurately as it turns out, what we are announcing today: https://www.lectrosonics.com/US/DCHT-Digital-Camera-Hop-Transmitter/product.html -Karl
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