QU-24 – QU-PAD remote PFL

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  • #42076
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    NDraycott
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    I am after a little advice. I have a qu24, which is one of the best desks I have ever used, and find it so easy to use with the iPad app. The problem I have is that the iPad app has no audio. My idea is to use a wireless headset ( decent headphones with a muteable mic) then on the base unit it I could take the headphone output from the desk and the mic return signal to one Chanel on the desk. This way I could listen one the pal and talk back to the stage where they are using 6 me-1 units. However, I can not find a product to do this. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I could achieve this or know of a better way of doing it.

    #42077
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    Stix
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    You could use a wireless comms system however you can’t access the pafl remotely with QU Pad so you would be limited to hearing one mix or pafl at a time.

    #42078
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    mamerica
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    The PAFL Buttons are available at the bottom of the Qu-Pad App. An in-ear Tx/Rx and a pair of headphones is the way to go.
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    #42088
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    NDraycott
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    It is the wireless comms system I am struggling with. I can find wireless in ear receivers and wireless mic transmitters but not a single tranmite/receive unit. If I could find one I could wire it to the desk (headphone output and 1 mic channel input and it would work. The QU-Pad app lets you select with channels are on PFL but the audio signal is not transmitted to the IPad.

    #42096
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    MarkPAman
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    If you do find wireless comms, make sure that they sound OK. Some I’ve come across have pretty low bandwidth and sound a bit like an old telephone system.

    #42119
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    [XAP]Bob
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    Any suggestions at reasonable cost? I’m starting to consider a little FM transmitter for PAFL

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