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Applied Wireless PAT900/PAR900M

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Dave Barker:
I have a couple pairs of the Applied Wireless packages and yes 1000' even outdoors is very optimistic.  200-300 pretty stable but pass that better be line of site.

Don Gspann:

--- Quote from: Dave Barker on September 16, 2015, 03:00:52 pm ---I have a couple pairs of the Applied Wireless packages and yes 1000' even outdoors is very optimistic.  200-300 pretty stable but pass that better be line of site.

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Decided to go with the Lectrosonics IFBT4, and use my Sennheiser receivers. This way I can use remote antennas on each end. I'll put active paddles on the receivers. According to my buddy at Lectrosonics, I should be good to go. I should have time before the gig for testing.

brian maddox:

--- Quote from: Don Gspann on September 16, 2015, 09:56:39 pm ---Decided to go with the Lectrosonics IFBT4, and use my Sennheiser receivers. This way I can use remote antennas on each end. I'll put active paddles on the receivers. According to my buddy at Lectrosonics, I should be good to go. I should have time before the gig for testing.

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Interesting.  So these both use the same companding scheme?  That'd be super useful info for me to know as i encounter both on a regular basis...

Don Gspann:

--- Quote from: brian maddox on September 17, 2015, 12:19:31 pm ---Interesting.  So these both use the same companding scheme?  That'd be super useful info for me to know as i encounter both on a regular basis...

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According to Lectrosonics, MODE 3 on the IFBT4 is Sennheiser compatibility mode. Guess they don't want to say Sennheiser.  I will let you know once I get it next week and test it out. I too have several other uses for this!

Henry Cohen:

--- Quote from: Don Gspann on September 17, 2015, 10:02:44 pm ---According to Lectrosonics, MODE 3 on the IFBT4 is Sennheiser compatibility mode.
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Just note that the Lectro compatibility is with the original Hidyne compander, not the newer HDX in the Evolution and 2000 series.

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