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NathanWBS

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  1. Hi guys, Sorry for the delay, had to discuss it with Hawkwoods. We can supply a mains PSU which is 15V 10amps at £80+VAT extra with the PDR.
  2. Hi Shug, It is possible but how many amps would you be looking to draw from the unit?
  3. Hi BAB414, Having the power input on the front of the unit is the default configuration as seen in the above pictures. If you wish for the power input to be on the rear we would need to know when purchasing, this may incure a delay as the unit is made to order in this configuration. As a note all outputs are now individually fused on all units.
  4. Hi Matt, Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We have just slapped our IT guy over the head and the error has been fixed. The price is still only £495+VAT. You can either call the office or order through our site.
  5. Here is a link to the PDF maual download of an SMB transmitter: http://ftp.lectrosonics.com/europe/smb-manual Once you download it, go to page 13. Hope it helps.
  6. Hi Matt, Sorry for the delay in response to your questions. We will be upgrading all current units and future units will come as standard with individually self resetting fused outputs. We will recall all units that we have sold and apply this upgrade free of charge.
  7. Hi Tim, Your make good points but as I mentioned the 4 pin XLR port on the front can be relocated to the rear of the unit upon placing an order. Remote Audio do a unit called the Meon Life that has a few features that you suggest but at a cost of around $1500 in the States. Our unit is currently £495+VAT and we would like to keep the cost to the end user as low as possible. We will certainly look in to these suggestions though!
  8. Hi JonG, It is designed as a 19" 1u rack unit and measures only 6" in depth. We could possibly incorporate a mains PSU into the unit but we wouldn't be able to make it smaller than what it is. Also the remote option would not be cost effective unfortunately.
  9. Hi James, This is mainly to allow a quicker swap of batteries, it can also be relocated to the back of the unit upon ordering (may require some build time). Hi Shug, It is in stock and available to order now at £495+VAT per unit.
  10. Hi everyone, We have collaborated with Hawkwoods to produce The Power Distribution Rack aimed at primarily soundies. It has a 4 pin XLR input socket, four 4 pin XLR 12v outputs (with a combined rating of 5A), and six unregulated 4 pin XLR outputs. Two USB connectors are included for powering/charging compatible devices with a combined rating of 2A. The LED screen displays battery voltage remaining in red and total current being drawn in blue. Please see the pictures below and let us know what you think. Cheers, Nathan.
  11. Hi Tom, I have only just started reading this post today and I must say I am very eager to see how this turns out! I'm impressed. With out a doubt an awesome product name!
  12. Thanks for the heads up, We have a few duds laying around so I shall have to try it out with those first. If anything I may just stick to what I know and play it safe!
  13. When wireing a Sanken Cos 11 mic for example to a TA5F I often use a very small diameter of heat shrink on each of the wired pins to make sure the individual wires are more secure. Plus it makes the job look very neat anthough not necessary. I also find that when seperating the copper wire from the fibers that if I gently brush the tips of the wire to one side the fibers tend to spring back making them easier to seperate. Not tried burning the fibers off though so may have to try this out.
  14. We had our rep here demo the new DPA mics and they are actually fairly rugged indeed. The strain relief at the capsule end is reinforced from what I was told. You could pretty much stand on them and they would survive although I would not recommend you all try it..................
  15. Hey guys I found this cool little article from Nofilmschool which has a video review of an ideal solution to your needs. http://nofilmschool.com/2014/03/cheap-cable-storage-solution-cable-bag/ We dont sell these but I'm sure your local supplier may be able to help.
  16. I have only ever used the Hawkwoods Dtap (PC3) connectors. Strain relief is just a simple small zip tie, does the job and it's quite a nice sturdy built connector.
  17. Center pin is positive (red). hope this helps
  18. Swit do some pretty good and very inexpensive monitors now. Might be worth a look at?
  19. Wowsers! Maybe a call to Lectrosonics to find out if they would be willing to ship some to you?
  20. Finally came across this but it would have to be shipped from the states http://www.itapestore.com/2x2-3msj3560singlecutpieces.aspx
  21. Hi Malcolm, I gave amazon UK a thorough search and found this........... http://www.amazon.co.uk/Velcro-Adhesive-Sticky-Strip-Metre/dp/B00CI6FRCA/ref=sr_1_25?ie=UTF8&qid=1390311315&sr=8-25&keywords=50mm+velcro There is also this one......... http://www.amazon.co.uk/VELCRO-Stick-On-quantity-shopping-require/dp/B0057NJS5S/ref=pd_sim_sbs_auto_1
  22. A lot of our customers here in the UK use Swit NP1 batteries (S-8056N). Voltage: 14.4V Capacity: 73Wh Max output power: 50W Max output current: 3.5A Over current protection: 10A Mount type: NP-1 Operation Temperature: 0 - 40 °C Net weight: Approx 0.45kg Dimensions: 185 × 72 × 25mm Not heard of any issues with them, they seem like real good NP1s but everyone has their own preference. We sell them for £98+VAT each.
  23. I think it looks pretty awesome!
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