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Rob Dunford
Audio monitoring in the field
on Oct 4, 2007 at 11:21:26 pm

Hi
I need to find a way for the director to monitor my mixer output, wirelessly, with spending too much money.
Thanks



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Ty Ford
Re: Audio monitoring in the field
on Oct 9, 2007 at 1:15:34 am

Mono OK? buy a cheap butt plug transmitter if your mixer has a spare mic level XLR output. Most of the companies make one.

Stereo is trickier.

Regards,

Ty Ford


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gizmo1160
Re: Audio monitoring in the field
on Oct 10, 2007 at 7:48:54 am

Real simple... get yourself an FM transmitter approx $50 they are used to feed audio from MP3 players or iPods so you can listen on a car radio..
I use one on my shure FP33 mixer o/p from "tape out" which is 3.5mm stereo socket.This leaves the XLRs to feed the camera.
It gives about 10-15m range and you can listen on a standard FM radio (and in stereo), runs on 2xAAA batteries and lasts about 6 hrs....
Works a treat!!!!!



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