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We've added a series capacitor to the SNA600 to make it the "a" version. The previous version was a DC short to ground. This new capacitor makes it easier to use with the Venue receiver or others that provide a DC bias on the antenna port for powering remote, amplified antennas. Actually, the capacitor can be added with a little care to previous SNA600's. Any surface mount ceramic capacitor from 100 pF to 1000 pF can be used. If you need the cap, send name and address to email@example.com for a freebie. If we had had our Lectro heads screwed on tight, we'd have put the cap on the original design. Best Regards, Larry Fisher Lectrosonics p.s. It does not affect the antenna RF performance, good or bad.
Hi all, I know this topic has been covered, and I've been busy reading up on past posts, but I just wanted to double check a couple of things. I've just taken delivery of a 788T and was hoping to put together an antenna system using a Lectrosonics SNA600, to improve range for those jobs where I get to sit and might be a little further than I normally would be from 'talent' (I'm a bag mixer for TV/Reality/Ob Doc etc) I know that some are using the Mini Circuits ZFSC41. Is there any difference to this and say, the PSC RF Multi? Do I also need something like the Lectrosonics UFM50 to make up for loss of the passive RF splitter? I'm guessing that would also work with the PSC RF multi? Are there any other options? Does the UFM50 insert between SNA600 and splitter input? Is that about the size of things? Thanks! Jase