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Will the transmitter handle a hot vintage mic signal?
by Transformcom on 2010-07-12 13:39:16

Hi- been playing harp through various guitar wireless rigs for over 20 years. Time to upgrade to new spectrum gear. Specifically need a transmitter that is not easily overloaded by the high impedance, .5 volt signal from my vintage EV 620 microphone. Any ideas what I can expect from this system?  Thanks in advance.



Re: Will the transmitter handle a hot vintage mic signal?
by dboomer on 2010-07-12 14:45:54

Which system specifically are you asking about.  Most will handle better than 5 volts (peak).



Re: Will the transmitter handle a hot vintage mic signal?
by Transformcom on 2010-07-12 15:14:10

Sorry- the config I'm considering is the 6 XDX Plus to replace the Nady I have used for a number of years.  I had been scouting units offering an attenuator pad on the transmitter input or a switch option between guitar pickup and mic. Wasn't sure how forgiving a digital input would be of the mic signal. Thanks for the reply btw.



RE: Will the transmitter handle a hot vintage mic signal?
by Line6Tony on 2010-07-15 08:48:45

The XDT-4 transmitter comes with the XDS-Plus, and should be OK with that signal, but it does not have an attenuator switch on it.




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