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  1. I've been following the 633 threads but haven't come across any comments about whether it throws any radio interference into your wirelesses. I would think not, since it doesn't have a hard drive, but I thought I'd ask... Any Comments? Cheers, Brent Calkin
  2. I had an interesting issue crop up a few days ago. I have two Comtek feeds: one for my crew and one for Production (which includes Director & Scripty, as well as agency types in VV.) Transmitters are two BST-25 216. So I was working on a commercial shoot in a home. My cart ended up in a corner in the kitchen, and I installed my two Mini-Mite antennas upside down so as not to hit the ceiling. Everything was tested, no problems found. At some point, a four-foot Kino fixture with four bulbs was put next to the car, vertically. It was connected to a Variac dimmer, at what I woul
  3. So I've been driving myself crazy lately with an audio issue that's really not an issue. I work with the same C300 very often, and I've been noticing some strange interference just recently. I notice it during sit down interviews when I listen to the camera return...I hear little blips like digital crickets. the thing is, audio from the mixer is clean, so it's not the mics picking up interference. I've swapped out my cables and breakaways to the camera, so it's probably not them. Every so often I just start hearing these blips, very very softly in the background. It's not something you wo
  4. I'm doing a reality show at the moment and am sometimes getting this strange interference on wireless. The wireless in question is a Sennheiser 2000 series with a DPA d:screet 4060 mic going into a Nomad. Like you can hear from the sample, it is a quiet pulse not too far from a digital "phone ring" sound. Now I want to ask if anyone might recognize what it is? I'm guessing it might be 4G or 3G phone interference or some other type of interference from a smartphone bleeding into the signal? If it is, then I suppose I'm S.O.L. since the talents of the show are on their phones all the time. Lucki
  5. Hi all, I have been having issues with my Lectro units when working with my 788. The problem arises when my lectros are connected via XLR inputs on the 788. The difference in available frequencies is dramatic when the 788 is turned on and my units are connected via XLR to the 788. When the 788 is on and I scan with my lectros, and without being connected to the 788, I get minimal RF spray, even when the units are right next to the input section. After doing some investigation I came across this page on SD's website: http://www.sounddevices.com/notes/recorders/788/788t-w-wireles
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