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  1. There is no reason that Zaxcom wireless or Zaxcom IFB will not work well with other recorders. The complete package is without equal but so is the recording wireless and the digital IFB on their own. The original poster should demo some gear before making a decision. If the original problem is needing more than 8 tracks the Nova at 16 tracks and 1/2 to one 1/3 the weight and size will be a big bonus. A 16 track 5 pound sound bag can be very attractive.
  2. Zaxcom has reached out to Rode regarding the introduction of the Wireless Go II product and a potential license for our recording wireless patents. We have not had a response yet but are willing to begin a dialog to reach a deal that would be beneficial to both companies. The result of the IPR cases (Patent office cases) filed by Lectrosonics against Zaxcom in an attempt to invalidate our patents was a clear win for Zaxcom. While our claims were amended, the court held that the amended claims were valid. All 3 of the patents challenged were upheld with all amended claims left stand
  3. 12 channels is no problem and about to be super easy with the RX4 and a MRX414. The antenna connections go right into the Nova RF outs and the AES goes into the 4 AES ins. If QRX200s are used an external splitter will get the RF to the 2 receivers. There is about 2 dB gain in the Nova RF out to compensate for the splitter loss. You can always go with whips on the 4 extra receivers as well. Put the new channels on Fader Bank2 or just let the auto mixer handle it with 12 pre fader iso tracks plus your mix track and the the auto-mix track. Glenn
  4. As many have said here. An IFB needs to be good and inexpensive. Removing the SMA antenna helped us keep the price down.
  5. While power consumption is important the size and weight are in many ways more important. With no need for external receivers and their bulky holders and antenna connection cables the Nova stands alone. Test everything out and go for whatever seems right.
  6. Ok I will run some tests Monday. I could be off. I just reran the numbers and got between 9 to 10 hours on paper. Glenn
  7. The Nova will draw about 5 watts without the MRX414 enabled. Each MRX414 4 channel receiver draws 3.6 watts. With 4 working receivers you should get over 11 continuous hours of operation on a 98Wh battery. This is with Zaxnet remote running for transmitter control and time code distribution. Our distributors in France, Belgium or Germany can set you up. Best Wishes Glenn
  8. There will be one. We should get to it soon.
  9. This thread reminds me of a few things. I miss Senator Mike for his ability to point out the obvious in ways no one else could. I hope he is ok. It also reminds me of how good the trx900cl is. After 7 years there is no other stereo link that compares . Two channels of audio and time code transmission , backup recording, 16 kHz audio bandwidth (high fidelity In today’s world). Thanks to all of our customers who embraced this technology and have made it your link of choice
  10. It is a shame Cojo did not test the Zaxcom Boom wireless products. The two units we offer ZMT phantom and the TRX743 offer features that others do not. The best system for Boom will of course sound great and with neverclip there is no Compressor or limiter distortion on our TRX743. We have been selling 100 percent digital wireless with like a hard wire performance for the last 18 years. It is also the only unit to support AES42 (super cmit) mics transmitting both audio channels at the same time. It also directly supports 2 channel transmission with 5 pin xlr stereo mics. We also support intern
  11. glenn

    URX100 reception

    URX will not give the same distances as RX200. It is a different animal. If you use a properly sized antenna in the headphone jack you might get close.
  12. The minimum and maximum frequencies have become corrupted in the update. Roger at everything audio can sort you out.
  13. As pointed out here Zaxcom wireless has everything nailed down with nearly 20 years of digital transmission experience. Zaxnet links recorders wireless mics and IFB into a system with unique and powerful capabilities. Wireless time code sync with no need to jam, Transmission reliability, remote control from great distances, recording transmitters, excellent audio quality, crazy small transmitters, multiple transmitter and receiver options, remote replay and re-record and most important, a great dealer in Ambient. I hope you will attend the CAS discussion this Saturday to find out how our syste
  14. If you are considering new gear you should consider Nova by Zaxcom. To keep costs down you can go with used QRX212 receivers inside the Nova. Also you can go with any number of used Zaxcom recording transmitters that will be very cost effective. By starting with Nova you will put together the smallest, lightest sound bag that is set for the future. With Zaxnet remote control you can offer your services without the need to get near talent to make changes to the packs and you will offer a guarantee of a transmitter recording to back up transmission. The Nova cost at $5500 is competitive on its o
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