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BudRaymond

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  1. Between the guard band and the duplex gap there is still 12Mhz available in 600. Plenty of room for 6 or more wireless mics.
  2. Correct. It's essentially the difference between a VRS module and a VRT module in a venue. The 411 has an 11mhz wide tracking mask. The 401 does not.
  3. I've been using the Shure 844 antenna amp on my cart with great success. Covers 470-960 mHz Shure 844
  4. BudRaymond

    scorpio!

    Curious, who has taken delivery now that they're shipping?
  5. Looks great! I love the ACN system and I'll definitely be adding these to the kit.
  6. I actually prefer the sound of the 25-II. The HD26 are by far better built and more durable, however.
  7. The duplex gap and guard band allocation will be adequate for multiple channels above 600mhz.
  8. The only constant in life is change. Congrats Eric. I know your fastidious attention to detail will carry through with your business.
  9. If you're willing to go the Ambient Masterlockit route, the 204 with wireless jam, remote battery monitoring, etc. is a great feature set. I own 2 and they've come in very handy on Marvel shoots where you need word sync.
  10. Any updates on the control surface? I've seen pictures, but can't seem to find any info on release dates. Also, how is the slate mic? Where is it located? Can an external slate mic be used?
  11. I always use my trusty MKH-50 with the 10dB pad engaged. Works like a charm.
  12. Thanks David! What's the difference between 815 and 816?
  13. Incorrect on a few counts. Electromagnetic radiation occurs at many different frequencies throughout the spectrum in nature, from infrared to ultraviolet. Pulsar stars have been known to emit energy in the band we use for wireless audio transmission. Secondly, Block 27, 698 mhz is the top of the legal limit in the United States.
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