So, anything on the market that will nicely balance/unbalance signals in a small (1/2 the size of a DI) and won't break the bank?
I second the Radial stuff for these applications. The SGI stuff is great and does what it is suppose to.
I've been looking at Radials JCR and SGI as a solution, although a little more bulkier and pricier than I anticipated, but it's pretty much bullet proof.With the SGI, does the Tx need to have DC power? Also, would that signal between the Tx and Rx be usable as a console input? Thanks for your input,BRad
So a client of mine would like to run wireless for their bass rig.Shure UR receivers offstage, 50' run to their position, and 100' back to the bass head (in a round about way).Did a few tests in the shop1) Unbalanced the whole way with XLR and TS adapters -- Worked great (in the warehouse), but being unbalanced ..... susceptible for noise2) Rapco Isoblox in/out of the pedal board, and into the head -- Worked, but they are not beefy enough for the signal3) Passive DIs out of the UR receiver, In/Out of the pedal board, and into the head -- Worked great, but did colour the sound quite a bit. Removing the second pair (pedal board out -> head in) brought the tone back, but then there is a 100' unbalanced run with power, lighting, video around it ...So, anything on the market that will nicely balance/unbalance signals in a small (1/2 the size of a DI) and won't break the bank?I also recall a few years ago reading in one of the audio mags about a country starlet we've heard about and mentioning all the wireless and 1/4" runs they had for tuners and such .....BRad
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