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Ike Zimbel

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Re: PSM1000 frequency ranges
« Reply #10 on: August 16, 2019, 04:37:52 pm »

Minor tangent, but related to PSM1000....

What are you guys using for antennas? I'll be heading out on a tour that includes small-to-moderate theaters (1500 seats), and will have the PSM1000 rig just off of stage right. Any need for fins or a helical?
I just was out for 50 dates in arenas. I used the PWS Domed Helical (also available as a Shure p/n) for both TX and RX and I was very happy with the results.
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Re: PSM1000 frequency ranges
« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2019, 04:59:03 pm »

Disregard; I had confused my PSM1000 with Axient handhelds.

I know there's a monster thread about combiners out there... Has anyone used RFVenue Combine4 with PSM1000? After discounts, the PA421 is still 4x more expensive than the Combine4.
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Re: PSM1000 frequency ranges
« Reply #12 on: August 18, 2019, 06:19:35 pm »

I know there's a monster thread about combiners out there... Has anyone used RFVenue Combine4 with PSM1000? After discounts, the PA421 is still 4x more expensive than the Combine4.
That specific question was asked and answered in that thread.
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Re: PSM1000 frequency ranges
« Reply #13 on: August 19, 2019, 10:45:29 am »

That specific question was asked and answered in that thread.

It certainly was. And like so many threads here, it:

1) Started with a legitimate question
2) Went down a huge rabbit hole
3) Went off subject (video walls)
4) Went back on track
5) Didn't clearly answer the question*

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*About the RF Venue Combine4; there were no traces or experiences shared w/PSM1000 and Combine4.

Did you end-up getting one of the combiners? Any thoughts regarding use with PSM1000?
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Re: PSM1000 frequency ranges
« Reply #14 on: August 19, 2019, 11:27:47 am »

It certainly was. And like so many threads here, it:

1) Started with a legitimate question
2) Went down a huge rabbit hole
3) Went off subject (video walls)
4) Went back on track
5) Didn't clearly answer the question*
As a forum master myself, this shit bugs the shit out of me. I wish mods would split up threads that go off on a tangent. And now this one has too.

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*About the RF Venue Combine4; there were no traces or experiences shared w/PSM1000 and Combine4.

Did you end-up getting one of the combiners? Any thoughts regarding use with PSM1000?
Please at least ask on the other thread!
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