Good wireless with pedal reciever?
With the way my rig works, I really want a wireless system with a pedal receiver so I can run my TU-2 through the front of my amp without having to run a shit load of cables back and forth from the amp.
I have the Samson Airline system and I absolutely hate it. It's consistently clipping unless I hit the -15db switch but then it sucks so much tone to a point where I don't even wanna use it. Also, unless I'm muting everything with the TU-2 I get a crazy popping noise when I turn the volume knob down.
Anyone know of a good wireless system that doesn't fuck around with a pedal receiver?
I get a crazy popping noise when I turn the volume knob down.
From your guitar? You have a scratchy volume pot. Change it.
Can't help with the wireless question tho :|
No it's not the pots. I can turn the volume up/down without any scratchy-ness. It's when I turn the volume down on my guitar to talk to someone, then very speratically it will just make a huge popping noise.
Thanks for the X2 recommendation, but I'm looking for a pedal style receiver so I can put it right beside my TU-2, and then run a cable from there to the front of my amp, rather than go from my rack wireless, then to my TU-2 and back.
k so after doing a bit of reading, it looks pretty badass. But then again, so did the Samson Airline system and it turned out to be garbage.
Is this thing actually on par with a decent Shure product or should I just save up and get a PGX unit a Sennheiser system? I don't mind paying a bit for a good one, but it's got to be worth it and not suck so much tone that I have to re-EQ my amp for a "wireless setting"
i'll just start shooting right away.
i know that:
the cabinet(s) should have the same impedance as the amp.
if the impedance of the cabs is greater, it is still safe, but there will be a decrease in volume;
if the impedance of the cabs is less, there will be an increase of volume and the amp will overheat.
Q1: for an amp that provides 75 W at 4 Ohm, how "big" will be the volume loss if i use a 150 W at 8 Ohm cabinet, instead of one at 4 Ohm?
(i'm getting a spider3 hd75 and am planning to build a 2x12 for it - haven't decided if it's gonna be 150w/8 ohm or 150w/4ohm)
(let's not get stuck on why i don't buy a better amp... it's gonna be the spider and a home made 2x12)
2. what does "speaker outs - class 2 wiring" mean, is it "paralell wiring"?
if an amp with output at 4ohm, is connected to a cab, also at 4ohm and either the speaker or the amp have paralel outs, then, if another speaker / mixer / amp is connected to one of the paralell outs (using the amp to power the monitor and also as a direct out), then the overall resistance will decrease (below the recomanded 4ohm).
Q3: how risky is that?
(that is why i think about if my cab should rather be at 8 ohm (and worry about the volume decrease, cose 75w isn't that much) and also hope that "calss 2 wiring" means "paralell wiring")
4. can a rewerb spring be (simply) removed from an amp, if i'm not planning to use rewerb / can it be replaced withe another resistor (what value)?
thanks for the patience to read it all and i hope someone may bring some light into this;
i know the theory but need advice from someone who has practical experience with this kind of issues.
cool, I'll take a look
man, some of the pics on HRI makes me so wet
Yeah the ass I bought it off said "just adjust the squelch knob" but that didn't do jack shit.
I think the unit just sucks. I tried my buddy's older Shure unit that was top of the line at the time, and that one kicks ass. So I am a believer that there are good units out there, but they're not gunna be cheap.
I really don't wanna be turned off wireless yet cause they're so fucking awesome on stage. I'll never go back
SSHS, i picked up a lyric hg the other day:D
did you buy a x2 yet? How is it if you did?
also, are you getting the siren II or siren? I was reading over at hri and someone mentioned not liking the sirenII with higher gain applications but i didnt see anything further. Just wondering.
I'm hunting for my next guitar.
I currently own a viper-50 which I have no real complaints about other than the neck is too small for my preference. Besides the viper I have an old guitar that was put together using a warmoth body and neck. I have no idea what model neck or anything... the only thing I know is that its a 45mm width at the nut and I like the way it feels.
This leads me to the will adler sigs. I see they are made with a 45mm nut width so I was hoping to find someone here who owns one that could answer some questions for me.
Primarily, how much bigger does it feel than a 43mm neck?
Is it thin and wide or does it feel like you're fretting on a 2x4?
I'm sure there will be more questions to follow but we can start there. :)
I haven't bought it yet. I didn't even realize the Siren I was still in production. Keep in mind their high gain is "woman tone", and their complaint was that the cable was too bright. Serves them right for using that gay-ass tone....it's all the rage lately, and it's totally dull and attack-less.
yea i generally take anything high gain related there with a big ol spoonfull of salt. samhill is the first i've heard/seen to demonstrate high gain with any CAE product. Makes me want to try that out.
I guess i'll snag a siren II one of these days, after i figure out how much i'll need. If im running a rack i assume i'll need a bit longer than 3ft (which i have a 3ft speakercable now) and if im using head+rack then i can keep a 3fter.
I figure im getting an x2 rack or floor one of these days and im definitly getting a ea cable for it, i hope they start making them standard production. I bet its a bitch soldering in that tiny connection.