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Dale Guthormsen January 30th, 2007 09:55 PM

Front mic& wireless
 
Good evening,

I acquired a 100 lt uhf mic system. I will be filming a friends wedding in a coouple weeks.

I have gone through the manual about this but to be honest I am brain dead reading most instructions.

I have had the wireless working from ther mini jack no problem.

I got it working from the rear xlr too.

I can't seem to get both going at once.

I did have incoming audio where the headphone attachment from the receiver gave me clear audio.
When I used the head phones on the camera it doesn't pick up the wireless audio.

I have it set on 12 bit channel one for the camera mic, and then setting to 3 &4 rear for the wireless.

I would appreciate some advice on this from anyone that knows what I should do.

I know this came up a while back but couldn't seem to find that post.

Thank you for any help.

Jonathan Jones January 31st, 2007 03:21 PM

Hi Dale,
My guess is that you are neglecting to use the 'audio monitor' button. You will find it on the left body panel underneath the mode dial. By default, it will monitor channels 1 & 2. Press it once and it will begin to monitor channel 3 & 4 (when you are in 12 bit 4 channel mode), and pressing it once more will provide you a 1,2,3,4 channel mix.


Hope this helps.
-Jon

Dale Guthormsen January 31st, 2007 10:09 PM

Jonathan,

Yrs, that was exactly the problem!!~!

Thank you very much!!

Curiously though, when I adjust the volumn controls while they are on manual, it doesn't seem to change the audio indicator much, is that normal??

Jonathan Jones February 1st, 2007 08:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dale Guthormsen
Jonathan,

Yrs, that was exactly the problem!!~!

Thank you very much!!

Curiously though, when I adjust the volumn controls while they are on manual, it doesn't seem to change the audio indicator much, is that normal??


Glad it helped. As far as the last part, I'm not sure what you mean.
-Jon


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