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  1. I gotta ask: Would I have gotten a different response if I had prefaced the question with, "Riddle me this!"? :) I will stay tuned. But if they happen to ask you, blood red. None of that wimpy orange-red, a proper blue-red with deep flame. Or quilt. Your call. Have a great day! Joe
  2. This brings up an interesting question, though: Should I reflash/update my older transmitters? I mean, if it ain't broke...
  3. Wait -- found it. Yes, the new G30s DO work in both modes. The old ones do not. Here's the thread on how to change the new ones. A couple of notes: When you first turn it on, the transmitter flashes its blue LED --- once for RF1, twice for RF2. When you change modes, the transmitter again flashes at you --- once for RF1, twice for RF2. The first time I did the change, my transmitter flashed both lights at me continuously, even after I turned the unit off and on again. To resolve that, I removed the batteries, restarted, and reset the RF mode. And that's what I learned through the magic of Search. :) Joe
  4. Just received a replacement G30 transmitter, and, on the bag, there was a warning about the new transmitter interfering with other L6 wireless devices because it is shipped in RF2 mode. It goes on to say that I should "...see your user manual...for instructions for switching devices between modes or upgrading RF1 devices." I can find no such information in the user manual accompanying my new transmitter or the web site, and I actually don't think the G30 Relays support RF2 at any rate. But I do have a couple of V75 mics -- all running on RF1 to accommodate my pre-existing G30 systems , so I need to know if I have an issue. MY QUESTION: Do I need to change the RF version on my Relay G30? If so, how do I do that? Thanks! Joe
  5. What Bat time was that? And what Bat channel? :)
  6. I realize you can't discuss your product roadmap publicly, but we're all friends here... :) So you can't even tell me if there is another Limited planned? That being the case, I renew my request for one. Ruby, please. Thanks for getting back to me! Joe
  7. (Just replying to set the "Notify" to "on")
  8. For the admins: I have a question: Is the Onyx still in production? For everyone who might know: When do the limited editions usually come out? I'm hoping for something in red... Joe
  9. Thanks! A "Ruby" limited would be nicer. My wallet is standing by. :) Joe
  10. The green was nice. The amethyst was very nice. The onyx is VERY nice. Know what would be amazing? A deep blood red over flame. Might I suggest that should be next? I've got a Variax 300 that I use every week: I stripped it, thicknessed it, and re-topped with a 3/8" piece of flame maple, a blood-orange burst dye, and tortoise binding with BWB purfling. I love it, but it's getting on in years. Time for a backup. I can sort of resist the Onyx, but blood red? I'd pre-order that TODAY. With black pickguard and pickups, please. Joe
  11. Thanks Sheriton! I was hoping to avoid spending the money on the cables, because my local source only stocks BNCs starting at about 20 feet. Might have to do exactly that, though. I'm sure I read somewhere that a low-loss 50-ohm cable is safe if unamplified for about ten feet, so maybe I'll start there. Thanks for weighing in, though! Joe
  12. Looking for affirmation before I cut holes in an old rack... I use a digital mixer that requires an external router. I am mostly using an Apple Airport Express. Experience (and the manual) has taught me that when using two V75s, if I put the Airport Express on the floor more or less, and I put the receivers a least 6 feet in the air, I do not get dropouts, but if I put them a lot lower, there is more risk of dropouts. So I have an idea that I wonder if it will work... What I want to do is really simple: I would like to mount the two half-wave antennas to an 8' (or less) PVC pole, and run a low-loss 50-ohm cable from the antennas down to the receiver living safely in the rack. My question: Will that actually work? Or do the half-wave antennas need to be closer to the receiver? I know I can front-mount them on a rack case, but this will put them essentially 8' of cable away. Thoughts are welcome -- please! Joe
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