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  1. Uh, I'm using a TS2 slate with the TS3 guts... SW
  2. You'll need a BNC to 1/4" Tip/Sleeve cable. Output the TC from the 664 to the BNC split cable for Timecode I/O, put a BNC barrel adapter on the TC out portion, and connect your BNC to 1/4" Tip/Sleeve to the slate. Make sure your jam button is switched to "OFF" before plugging in the 1/4". You should see numbers moving. Switch jam button on slate to "ON" and unplug the 1/4" cable. Works for me... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  3. Holt crap... Bad memories!!! Dispose of ASAP!!! SW
  4. I have (2) Portabrace bags for my 664 recorders. I purchased a 664/CL6 bag for my second unit, although I don't need a CL6 yet (future expansion). The extended bag "velrcos" up nicely to make the 664 fit snug. I've only used Portabrace gear, so I have no comparison, but their quality is very good, and will replace any broken/defective parts for free... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  5. Thanks for the advice Senator!!! I like the idea of Block 19 because of the mix and match of the TX units and using the RM app will be simpler across multiple WL mics... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  6. I have a Block 19 Lectro SRb in my location bag, and want to add another SRb. Question is, do I get another Block 19, or go to a different Block? My IFBs are on Block 21, and I have some Block 26 Lectro 201s. I need some Pro's and Con's. Thanks!!! Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  7. My 664's are outfitted with Sandisk SD and the Delkin CF cards. No problems with 6 iso tracks plus L/R... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  8. Just had a C300 on a job last week. They did record run in the camera for sit down interviews (no run and gun). I took TC out of the camera, set my 664 up to timecode "run-record" and worked perfectly... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  9. This came in from a customer last night 6/8/13: Know anybody w 788 and LECTROSONICs in Charlotte to rent to me for tommorow and next 2 days. It's an Audio emergency. . Call Aaron if you do!!!! 203 494 6757 Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  10. I have one and tried to calibrate it with the software offered online. Never been able to get it exactly right... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  11. Are the Lectro antennas on the SRb and SMQVs 1/4 wave? Maybe a 1/2 wave antenna would be better for reception? Any thoughts? Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  12. Thanks Larry! Love those Lectros!!! Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  13. @Larry: I have legacy COS 11's and Countryman B6 mics that I'm using with 200 series transmitters. I'd like to make the mics "universal" for all Lectro transmitters including the new SMQVs that I am getting. Should I pull apart the TA5F and rewire, clip the connector off and rewire to a new TA5F, or send to the usual suspects and have them done by an experienced tech? I'm not good with resistors (except the ones in the camera department). Please advise... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
  14. Super cool. I want... Steve Wytas www.audio911.com
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