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Old January 12th, 2013, 08:42 AM   #31
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Re: Field Audio Question

I'm using 6 Sennheiser IEm receivers on one transmitter for talkback monitoring at the moment - works amazingly well over a decent range. Our A2 radio guy also has another so he can hear the radio mics when he needs to visit somebodies dressing room to cure a problem - very handy!
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Old January 13th, 2013, 01:35 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Gary Nattrass View Post
I stand corrected John, it was someone else who owned those EK 500 receivers when we used them so I must have got confused over which one had the headphone output.

It is a shame that the G2 or G3 don't have headphone outputs but I suppose that would affect the sales of in ear monitors.
The headphone amp adds cost, so it was left off the 100 series but put in on the 500 series.

The EK 500 G2 and EK 2000 (ie: EK 500 G3) does have the headphone amp.

You *can* use the EK 300 IEM receiver to do the headphone job, but you have to switch off the Pilot squelch for it to work as the IEM uses a different Pilot frequency.
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