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If you've got the budget to work with a Lectrosonic's 400 Series, then just do it. It's the best thing I've ever worked with on a production before and well worth the money. I've had a pair of Sennheiser G3 100's for a year now and they've worked pretty well for me. If you've got Tram's and COS-11 mics that will work with these transmitters, I'm sure it'll ...


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It is sometimes possible, but not advisable, to transmit from a wireless audio transmitter designed by one manufacturer, to a wireless audio receiver made by a different manufacturer. Cross-manufacturer compatibility is much, much more likely to succeed when both transmitter and receiver are analog wireless ("FM"), and much less likely to succeed when both ...


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Some receivers will be compatible with transmitters from other manufacturers but this is generally not a common case. For example, Lectrosonics receivers can receive audio from Sennheiser G3 series transmitters if using the correct modulation mode. It has to be said though, this is not usually the case and you should follow the general rule that you should ...


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Yes, this is possible. It's unfortunately not straight-forward, nor will it be cheap, but it is do-able - except not via USB. I can give you one example of having done this myself, but you're not going to like the answer - becuase it's particularly pricey - but remember, this is just one example. Sound Devices 970, MADI/DANTE recorder. RME MadiFACE in the ...


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i would say if the gear is to be used by mostly inexperienced people, then maybe the lav is not the way to go. i would think it would be easier to boom.


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I must say I'm very fond of Lectrosonic's transmitters/receivers! Built like tanks and very trusty in my opinion! The last year I've worked very much with the combo Lectrosonic and DPA, and for the first time when working with lavalier, though I still very much prefer boom, I'm fairy satisfied with what I got!


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