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Chris Hindle

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Re: Wireless for Distributed Speakers
« Reply #10 on: May 26, 2019, 01:07:19 pm »

Not even an ISO transformer?
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Re: Wireless for Distributed Speakers
« Reply #11 on: May 26, 2019, 04:13:38 pm »

Ive adopted the Clair policy of never allowing non-ISO-transformered inter-system connections.

Agree. Use a transformer anytime you connect analog audio to a piece that is not powered from your distro or, for that matter, any long line, unbalanced, or unknown gear. I always carry two with me and they have saved the day more than once. -F
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Re: Wireless for Distributed Speakers
« Reply #12 on: May 26, 2019, 05:48:00 pm »

Give me a shout, I've got a Lectrosonics Duet TX that will fire 100m+ if it's LOS. Multiple receivers available.

Hi Folks,

I have an event coming up that will require hundreds of feet of XLR to connect set of distributed speakers.  I did it this way last year, and can do it again.  However, I'm interested in exploring options for wireless signal distribution.

I understand many have used standard Wireless mic / IEM components for this purpose, but I (a) don't own any and (b) cant afford to buy in at this point.  So, I'm looking for input on more economical options.

Has anyone had experience with the Klark Teknik DW 20R / *DW 20T?  How about the Denon DN202WR / *DN202WT?

100' range leaves me skeptical.  I should probably just buy a few more long XLRs and deal with it...  convince me otherwise?
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Re: Wireless for Distributed Speakers
« Reply #13 on: May 26, 2019, 10:14:28 pm »

Neutrik XIRIUM Pro.  1/2 mile line of sight transmit, low latency, available in analog, aes, and Dante versions.  Repeater options as well as diversity setup options.
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Re: Wireless for Distributed Speakers
« Reply #14 on: May 27, 2019, 05:11:01 pm »

Neutrik XIRIUM Pro.  1/2 mile line of sight transmit, low latency, available in analog, aes, and Dante versions.  Repeater options as well as diversity setup options.

So. Many. Dollars.  $7k per link on this side of the world.
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