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#1 dpplayer

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Posted 23 August 2014 - 05:36 PM

Hello,

i know maybe strange questions but...can i run TBP06 on 9v battery?

I am violin player i've been using  G50 two years already....very happy with sound,excellent system, but i am tired of velcro,cables ....I'm  trying to make my "dream" violin-Preamp/eq/wireless ,everything on board.I want try to disassemble TBP06 and put electronics inside of my violin.Since i already have 9v battery for preamp on board i wondering can i use same battery to run transmitter?

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#2 dboomer

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Posted 24 August 2014 - 07:27 AM

Not without reinventing the wheel. Even if you did the run time would probably be less than one hour.

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Posted 24 August 2014 - 09:41 AM

Thank you,so my only option is additional battery or Samson Airline maybe.Well see....

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Posted 24 August 2014 - 10:25 AM

I don't know what all the pieces are to your system, but if you are willing to take the big sonic hit by moving to an analog wireless why not consider just getting rid of the preamp and dealing with the EQ the other end. It would have much less impact to the sound quality.

Running your pickups to the TBP6/12 acts as a buffer and you will simply get a lo-Z representation of that signal from the output jack of the receiver.

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Posted 24 August 2014 - 11:08 AM

When i play violin i am not often on stage,sometimes on completely opposite side.My idea was to be absolutely free and everything on the board-preamp/eq/wireless.I know that i can use transmitter as pickup buffer...i made already one electro-acoustic violin with pre/eq inside( http://goo.gl/BwP5bG   http://goo.gl/RtKDTx    ) and i use Relay G50 attached to the violin.

For my next project i want to use different pickup,  eq on top of violin and preferably wireless inside of violin.For now  only probl its wireless.As i said i can simple buy  Samson AirLine and get rid of cables & Velcro but after many Shure,AKG...systems for my violin i am extremely happy with Line6 .

For EQ i choose JOYO EQ505( http://goo.gl/KYAF4E ) ,i know its not maybe best solution and is not the best  choice of EQ frequencies but this is smallest unit that i could find on internet with Vol control and even 5-band eq(+ tuner).I tried it already with G50 without problem and i got decent sound.

Well see,for now i waiting for new pickup .

All the best .


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#6 sdevino

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Posted 25 August 2014 - 03:02 PM

BTW here is a link to a photo of violinist Eddie Jobson (Curved AirRoxy MusicU.K.Jethro Tull and Yeswith a G50 Transmitter rigged to his violin.


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Posted 25 August 2014 - 03:33 PM

BTW here is a link to a photo of violinist Eddie Jobson (Curved AirRoxy MusicU.K.Jethro Tull and Yes) with a G50 Transmitter rigged to his violin.

you see,i told you G50 its excellent :))) .Thank you,now for acoustic violin i use G50  in the same way   http://goo.gl/oT3Ggu  ,just looking for some convenient way .I like to make small experiments...  i think i found a solution.Well see...


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#8 eklynx

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Posted 26 August 2014 - 09:58 AM

Ah, looks like he has it attached to his shoulder rest.  Our violinist (Geoffrey Castle) keeps having his shoulder rest fall off while playing, so he just used the heavy-duty velcro to attach it to the violin body.  I also do the same.


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