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  1. Hi, had similar issues with radios not connecting to eachother eventough the RF bars show full reception. That occured since updating to 2.6.
  2. trey do you use it with the a10 too?
  3. Got a similar issue using the DADM from Audio Wireless with two Dipole from Lectrosonics and Audio Limited A10. It seems that the noise floor is higher when using the DADM. Got excellent support from Audio Wireless after sending in the unit. It will arrive back this week but they told me that the unit is fine. Next thing I will try is to use better cables. The new cables are better shielded RG316, the old ones were poorly manufactured RG174. They also told me that one cable had a short. Do you use devices to test you RF cables? haha....never stop improving the wireless system =)
  4. Hi Martin, Wanted to ask if the 6060 is prone to the issues that the B6 has. Especially concerning wind noise and robustness, how does it compete with the B6. They got easily damaged and are even sensitive to the slightes pop noises.
  5. Just got my new KTek bag and the Audio Wireless distro
  6. Hi, I just watched the Lectrosonics Range Test from Matt Price and was impressed by the range he got out of his system. I am using the LMB and SRC, frequencies are coordinated and a scan has been done, also the gain on the TX tickles the red LED as suggested by Lectro but my setup with LMB/SRC would have quite noticeable problems with getting the signal as of the distance shown at 0:30-0:40 in the video. Even in line of sight. That problem occurs with all my TX and RX (all LMBs and SRCs). And there is always slight amount of high frequency hiss pumping with the signal on both even with the NR set to FULL. Any hints how to get this range out of the Lectros. I would never get that far with it even when I am on a high position,
  7. I asked them and they also ship it with profiles for the shelf. However, nice DIY :-)
  8. Bebop offer profiles for shelfs if you want to have a mixer on your bag cart too. May be interesting for some of you.
  9. Any experiences and reviews on the src so far? How does it perform compared to the srb?
  10. Bebop has a very nice bagcart in its portfolio. It seems to be more stable in comparison to the orcart. Furthermore you can strap any kind of wheel/cart to it in order to have big wheels.
  11. A sound mixer from Munich produces some very good belts for any available transmitter. They are called Flexibelts and are made of an elastic strap with a cotton pouch. Very easy to use and especially the possibility to move the transmitter even when the flexibelt is already on the actor is a big plus. https://www.facebook.com/flexibeltsforfilm/
  12. It would be great to have the Smart Tune function within the user group. This would be helpful to automatically operate in the ideal frequency without having to think about frequency coordination. Smart Tune in user groups would fasten the setup procedure on set.
  13. Forgot to mention that for all Lectros I used the LR Receiver.
  14. Hi, I just wanted to share a transmitter test I have done today. All recordings have been done with a Voice Technologies VT 500. Transmitters used: Lectrosonics LT, LMB, SMB and Sennheiser G3. The Gain on the Lectro Transmitters wes set on 25, Noise Reduction has been turned off. Sennheiser Input was set to -33. Whats your opinion on the sound differences? Lectrosonics_LT_VT_500.wav Lectrosonics_LMB_VT_500.wav Lectrosonics_SMB_VT_500.wav Sennheiser_G3_VT_500.wav
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