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 on: Yesterday at 11:56:31 pm 
Started by Dan Richardson - Last post by Tim McCulloch
Congrats.  Another problem transcended.

I just love a happy ending.   ;D

 12 
 on: Yesterday at 11:31:51 pm 
Started by RYAN LOUDMUSIC JENKINS - Last post by Mac Kerr
I'm unfamiliar with the term rabbit hole as you seem to be using it.  Is there another name it's known by?  My best guess is you're looking for an access panel or maybe some sort of passage through the wall.

I've always heard it referred to as a "mouse hole". Yes, it is a way to run cable through a wall.

Mac

 13 
 on: Yesterday at 10:59:27 pm 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Erik Jerde

Price:
1 - Symetrix (1.2k)
2 - BSS (1.7k)
3 - Ashly (2.2k)
4 - Qsys (lots of overhead to pay for [though 24/7 support is schweet

FWIW the Q-Sys 110f runs around 2.2k as well (hardware only).

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 10:48:42 pm 
Started by RYAN LOUDMUSIC JENKINS - Last post by Erik Jerde
I'm unfamiliar with the term rabbit hole as you seem to be using it.  Is there another name it's known by?  My best guess is you're looking for an access panel or maybe some sort of passage through the wall.

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 09:04:30 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by Tom Provenza
I just returned from a trip to the country of Belarus.  It was not for work, it was a “mission” trip.

The sound guy from one of the churches asked if I could help him get two wireless handheld mics, which I’m happy to do, however it is a bit difficult to determine what is “legal” over there and this guy didn’t seem to know.

They currently own one wireless that is in a band from 798 – 822 Mhz, and they often borrow another that is switchable between 800.875 – 811.044 Mhz.
I’m hoping, if these frequencies are legal in Belarus, that I might find some retired units here in the USA for a reasonable price.  I would think that would be easy considering those frequencies are now illegal here.

So, anyone have any info on what wireless mic frequencies are legal in Belarus?

Thanks,
Tom

Not sure what is legal there, but you won't (or shouldn't) find anything in the states that operates above 806 as that has been public safety for as long as mainstream use of wireless in production. Below 806 there's always the die hard Shure U series. They appear to be plentiful on EBay


 16 
 on: Yesterday at 08:20:27 pm 
Started by RYAN LOUDMUSIC JENKINS - Last post by RYAN LOUDMUSIC JENKINS
One of my annual customers will be very well served to install a Rabhit Hole in a wall.  I gave been searching for hours but can't find anything that will work well.

Wall is 2x4 construction with drywall on one side and the exterior is T1-11.

A 6"x 6" would be fine but could be larger if that's all we can find.  Preferably has a keyed locking mechanism but not mandatory.

Any links would be much appreciated.

Thanks Ryan

 17 
 on: Yesterday at 07:41:30 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by Tim McCulloch
Try your inquiry in this forum:

http://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/board,83.0.html

You can also try the various "frequency finders" from Shure, EV, Sennheiser, etc.

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 07:34:30 pm 
Started by Steven Cohen - Last post by Steven Cohen
Thanks everyone for the information.

Today I made a neutral to ground NEMA 5-15 plug. I will use that plug, along with bonding the generator to the ground wire that runs between my AC and pool pump. If I add a manual transfer switch or interlock in the future, I will not use the neutral to ground NEMA 5-15 plug, the house wiring will bond neutral to ground.

Steve



 

 19 
 on: Yesterday at 06:58:47 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by boburtz
Tijo, you really need to get a couple of switches. They don't have to be expensive, a $50 switch will work just fine.

Mac
At the very least make sure to get the managed version of this switch, the unmanaged version has EEE and dante is NOT reliably compatible or supported with any switch that is running EEE, afaik.

 20 
 on: Yesterday at 04:58:14 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by TomBoisseau
I just returned from a trip to the country of Belarus.  It was not for work, it was a “mission” trip.

The sound guy from one of the churches asked if I could help him get two wireless handheld mics, which I’m happy to do, however it is a bit difficult to determine what is “legal” over there and this guy didn’t seem to know.

They currently own one wireless that is in a band from 798 – 822 Mhz, and they often borrow another that is switchable between 800.875 – 811.044 Mhz.
I’m hoping, if these frequencies are legal in Belarus, that I might find some retired units here in the USA for a reasonable price.  I would think that would be easy considering those frequencies are now illegal here.

So, anyone have any info on what wireless mic frequencies are legal in Belarus?

Thanks,
Tom

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