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Lectrosonics wiring - Standard or Servo?


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Hey everyone!

Wanted to get some opinions on servo vs standard lectrosonics wiring, which has always been a little grey for me.

I realize that if I get servo, I wont be able to use the lav on an older style lectro transmitter.

On a cos 11, the servo used three wires, opposed to the standard wiring which uses 2?

I could have this backwards...

Anyway, a word from the field is what I am looking for, is there a noticeable noise floor and overload buffer difference between the two?

Thanks!

Jbob

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The difference is marginal, but better. All newer Lectro units use servo wiring, including the 400a units. Not just SMs.

I still keep two lavs wired universally for my 400s, in case I need them, but all others are servo wired for SM.

Robert

Great, I have a couple trams universally wired "just in case" as well, thanks for the input Robert!

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You're on point, Peter, I did ask that question before. However I think you answered my question, not Larry, although his input was good as well. Im just second guessing I suppose, perhaps giving the cos 11 a bit too much credit, although I am comparing to an 82. The difference sounds electronic, but its probably just low level wireless interference distortion, thankfully undetectable to the standard ear as they keep hiring me back.

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  • 7 years later...
On 9/8/2011 at 10:31 PM, RPSharman said:

The difference is marginal, but better. All newer Lectro units use servo wiring, including the 400a units. Not just SMs.

 

I still keep two lavs wired universally for my 400s, in case I need them, but all others are servo wired for SM.

 

Robert

what is the universal wiring, Wiring_diagrams11fig-2017.jpg

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