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Best Way To Hang The G50 Transmitter ?


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#1 trippy

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 09:07 AM

Hi.

Trying to figure the best way to hang the G50 transmitter.

The plan is to put it on the guitar strap and not hangout on the back pocket or something...

How and where do you hang it ?


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#2 dboomer

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 11:21 AM

Almost anywhere that it can move as the guitar moves would be fine. You really don't want to put it in your pocket as that will likely significantly cut down your range. Also you need to make sure that the cord connecting the guitar to the transmitter can move freely so you don't end up ripping it out. Pros generally mount the transmitters on the strap in a pouch.

#3 RonMarton

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 02:59 PM

...Pros generally mount the transmitters on the strap in a pouch...

 

…And my technique is to scissor cut a pair of holes (one at each bottom corner for antenna and TA4 plug) to make a snugly perfect fit into this cheap and tiny pouch http://www.amazon.co...e/dp/B0006SKK5Q

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that then not only perfectly fits the TBP12 beltpack, but also has a solidly press-stud secured hook 'n loop fastener that will accommodate all manner of straps and belts.

 

(Its front "sub-pouch" also works well as a neat "keeper" of excess cable from the jack to TA4 adapter.)

 

While it is possible to merely loosen its Phillips head screw and rotate the transmitter's belt clip through 90º detents in order to comfortably "hang" it by itself, Don's advice is typically sound, (in every sense) ...because simply hanging it like that does expose it to a whole universe of dangers, knocking its battery hatch open being the one that first springs to my mind. 


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