Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2011 8:53 PM (in response to chadvholtkamp)Re: Wireless powered speaker question - two different mixers
Hopefully my answer won't be too confusing ... either
One transmitter will power as many receivers as you like. You can even mix or match Relay and XD-V (as long as you can match the channels.
Generally I would recommend that you set the input on powered speakers for "mic" level (but most speakers have a really "low" drive sensitivity on line ... so it may work. Try mic first.
Line 6 beltpacks can handle 6v p-p on the inputs. That's about +8 dBu. I imagine line level at a mixer could be 15 dB hotter or more so a pad will be in order from any mixer's line out ... 15-20 dB should be fine in most cases.
Make certain NOT to use a TRS to XLR cable. It must be an unbalanced 1/4 plug.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 17, 2011 5:29 AM (in response to dboomer)Re: Wireless powered speaker question - two different mixers
Great - thanks! Makes sense as to why it worked great with my SRM450s but not so well on the RCFs. They have the switch set to line and there wasn't as much volume as I expected. I'll switch them to mic and see how it works. I'll also get one of those direct boxes and the XLR-F to TA4F cables from the mixer to transmitter.
As for not using the TRS - XLR cable from the receiver to the speaker, I'll make sure it's a TS - XLR. I can't remember offhand which kind I have.