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G10 transmitter : how to charge without associating with base ? (goal : having a backup unit for very long sessions)


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I would like to have a backup transmitter available and operationnel when my main transmitter stops working.

I'm not talking about replacing a dead unit, but about switching transmitters when battery is empty.

Ideally I'd like to always keep a transmitter on the base, while playing with the other, so I'll never have power issues.

This is really usefull for long sessions. Even in studio when I need to record for several hours (and don't want any cable).

From what I understand, when plugin the transmitter in the base, the small button close to the jack is "pushed" and the association is done, disconnecting the transmitter remaining in my guitar :-/

Any clue ? Any other way to charge the transmitter without the base ?

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You cant associate two (or more) transmitters to a single base at the same time. No way to create a signal routing.


The base can only communicate/receive with a single MAC address, paired during docking.


This means you always have to dock each transmitter before to use it with that base.


Just charge both transmitters and you should be fine, unless you dont plan to play non stop for 10/12 hours in a row.

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