Anyone using this system to have a measurment mic wireless? Like the letrosonics but 1/3 of the price. Thinking about getting one
I actually had this out on tour with me and also a UHF-R... Both with Heil RC35 capsules, this was the 'spare.' Reason being, neither my monitor guy nor I could hear anything strange, in fact we both loved it, but our singer was hearing a delay in his IEM when using this system versus the UHF-r. Maybe he's crazy, but it didn't matter if it was analog monitors, a 5d, or SD7, he consistently could hear what he could only describe as an 'almost comb filtery type sound'
I have to second Gustaf's question - it might not be a Lectrosonics piece, but for a tighter budget wireless system? Is the range sufficient?Does it have decreasing performance with distance?Does wifi traffic mess with it in real use?Jeremy
I am, it works well. I use Countryman inline phantom power supplies, but your mic must be able to operate on 18v to do this. This, and a Shure TA4F belt pack cable gets it done. No wifi problems, but when I'm measuring the venue is not filled with people. It's not as slick as the Lectrosonics solution but it works well.
The only thing that the line 6 might not be good at is impulse or latency testing as it has a small (but measurable) delay between when sound hits the capsule and when it gets reproduced at the output. I think that is 4ms for wireless version 1 and 2ms for version 2.
ConclusionI fully recommend giving these mics a look and listen, if you are in the market. In my opinion, the features and build quality represent an excellent value.Please let me know if you have any questions about features I might have overlooked or omitted.Anyone having any comment on short battery life? Mine seem to drain batteries much faster than my UHF-R's. One other thing I found was don't put your laptop near the receivers, as it can cause dropouts, if your Wi-Fi is on.
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