Ze Frias Posted December 12, 2014 Report Share Posted December 12, 2014 Correct me if I am wrong, but from what understand is: With RX12 you must have all your wireless (from one to twelve) within 35 MHz. Lets say 512 - 547 MHz. You can't use (theoretically) it outside from 35 MHz. With three QRX200 you can have the six wireless in different 35 MHz. First two wireless 512 - 547 MHz. Next two wireless 550 - 585 MHz. Last two wireless 600 - 635 MHz. You can't do this RX12 as understand. Correct, the RX12 has only one band pass filter, effectively killing all RF outside of the set 35MHz window, so if you are using 12 mono transmitters at the same time, they must all be within the same 35MHz (which is actually not difficult to achieve at all, unless you are in RF hell). The RX12 will also do the scanning, assigning of frequencies, etc with the push of a single button, so it is a very automated process. With individual QRX200 units, you have the same band pass filter with 35MHz window, but each unit is only able to select two frequencies at most at a time, so yes, you can have three different units running in different 35MHz channels. However, if you add a MicPlexer 2 in front of that, you are effectively adding a 35MHz band pass in front of your wireless receivers, giving you the same (or very similar) result as the RX12, without all the fancy software and automation. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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