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tradbanjo
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Re: S1 in action

If I need to turn them up that high I will move them forward and use the S1 as a monitor.  At least that's my plan.  That's why I'm not selling my old system until I know I'm covered.

prakashwadhwani
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Re: S1 in action

Chet posted:

Since I own 3 U2s and 2 U3s, I did an analysis of the frequencies used by the U2 and U3 systems (contained in the manuals) in order to find non-conflicting channels.

I found two channels used by the U3 that won't conflict with the U2.  Channels 3 and 4 on the U3 use none of the channels used by the U2 system.

Thx Chet ... This is a great share! ... I'm sure I'll find your info invaluable once I pickup my U3's.

TommyD33710
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Re: S1 in action

try a one or two foot 1/4" male (into guitar) to female (for Xvive transmitter)  if you have active pickups

CityFolk
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Re: S1 in action

Interesting Tom, what does adding the extra cord do for you with active pickups?

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Re: S1 in action

Warning: I have had use a wire (xlr to xlr) to plug the receiver of the U3 microphone/line wireless into my QSC Touchmix board because the xlr mic inputs to the board are recessed and the end of the U3 won't fit!