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RFI problems with DPA 4017B


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Hi

 

I have problem with my DPA 4017B when working with SONY DWT-P01 transmitter.When I'm using 10 or 50 mW I have digital RFI especially on my Cinela Pianissimo.

Does anybody have some solution for this problem.

 

Thanks

 

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in the XLR connectors of the PIanissimo, break the connection between pin 1 and the shell, so that there is no connection to the shell, only pin 1.
i did this to mine and it fixed issues i was having with my A10 transmitters.

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Maybe this trick is a line of the famous "Pin 1 problem" defined by the AES. Thank you "rich" for this reminder.

@Ivica, in case it doesn't work, please let me know in PM or directly on this thread. We may have another option...

Philippe@cinela

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On 6/13/2021 at 6:33 PM, Ivica said:

Hi

 

I have problem with my DPA 4017B when working with SONY DWT-P01 transmitter.When I'm using 10 or 50 mW I have digital RFI especially on my Cinela Pianissimo.

Does anybody have some solution for this problem.

 

Thanks

 


I’m using a DPA 4017B and a Sony DWT-P01 and I haven’t had any problem at all.

 

The plug-on is mostly connected to the bottom of my KTEK boom, but I have also had the plug-on connected directly to the microphone with no added noise or interference.

 

To always have good coverage, I have it set to 50mW.

 

So it’s probably a problem with the cable.

 

 

Cheers

Fred

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