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Old June 3rd, 2005, 04:08 PM   #1
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Sennehiser ew100G2 users please help before tomorrow.

I need some advice for setting the various controls on my Sennheiser ew100 G2 receiver and transmitter. I am having a tuogh time balancing the sensitivity on the transmitter, the AF out level on the receiver and the gain on my PD170.

I have been doing various tests to try and get the best balance for a wedding video vows but there are many combinations so I was hoping to get some feedback from other users of this unit, or a revision of it. I'm currently running the lav sensitivity at 0db, the AFout level on the receiver at -30dB, the PD170 at mic in, phantom power off and the main gain just above half. Does that sound reasonable to others who have done similar things?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm worried about the sensitivity on the lav being too high but it doesn't appear to peak with these setting, I'm just really not sure with this unit though.


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