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United States Frequencies
S4Sound posted a topic in General DiscussionHey this is my first time posting here, so I apologies if I'm posting in the wrong section. I'm a field mixer in Australia and have a shoot in Hawaii in April. My kit is primarily made up of block 26 transmitters and receivers. My question: Which frequencies are illegal in the US (in particular Hawaii) and will this effect my block 26 set up? Thank you in advance for any and all help!
What wireless block to use in west-coastI've just recently moved to Oakland, CA from Europe and I'm buying some wireless channels to use around here. I'm eyeing on Sennheiser 2000 to be my new addition for my sound bag. What block would you recommend to buy? I'm working mostly in Bay Area? I appreciate all thaughts! Thanks!
Lectro Blocks in Hawaii
dillonesque posted a topic in General DiscussionPossible upcoming shoot in Hawaii - any known wireless issues / conflicts would be helpful - thanks! I'm using 19, 21 & 26
Lectrosonics in Georgia, TbilisiHi guys, Anyone know which blocks are clean in Georgia, Tbilisi? Best regards, Nir
Block 21 in Toronto?
LC21 posted a topic in Technical ReferenceDear friends, How do Lectro block 21 and 24 work in Toronto? What blocks work best? Anticipated thanks Libero
Useable Radio Frequency in Majorca
outdooring posted a topic in CurrentHey Soundies, I'm doing a few days shooting in Majorca next week and wondered if any of ya'll knew which channel to use out there. I have two Ch69's and two Ch38's. I've heard bad things about ch69's around the Med' but would love to hear from anyones first hand knowledge/ experience. Thanks in advance Sam
Blocking the path of location noise problems
Jesper Magnusson posted a topic in General DiscussionI'm about to work on a short film where there are some exteriors that as usual require the use of a noisy generator for the lighting. The normal solution is of course to put is as far away as possible and preferrably around a corner of a structure or similar, and maybe use some sound blankets, but this is on a road surrounded by open fields. I then thought about bringing my own "corner or structure", such as a heavy table or similar to put in front of the generator and block the direct sound to the set. Instead of absorbing sound, you make it reflect to another direction. I don't know if it will work, but I intend to try it out. This kind of approach might be good on any exterior with a small centraliced noise source. Has anybody tried or frequently made use of something like this?