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  • #53163
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    Pogjack
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    Church recording to Tricaster. I am sending a matrix signal of my main mix out of the idr64 to media Guy’s Tricaster which sends to ustream live and records for later viewing. I have been having major distortion problems online and recording but not on the mix going out. Also, an aux mix out from idr64 is going to a shure in ear monitor transmitter, but the levels have to be very low or it over drives the transmitter.

    Are the outputs on the idr64 very hot. I thought about using our MMO card and adating to media guy for a better signal. Thanks to any help.

    #53180
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    ddff_lv
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    No, the iDR outputs are rather cold. I have to drive at least +3 dB to get to 0 on Shure PSM-900. Make sure input sensitivity is correct on your devices past iDR.

    ddff

    #53201
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    SteffenR
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    Tricaster inputs have to be on Line level… make shure there are not on Mic level
    same for IEM transmitters

    #53210
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    Pogjack
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    So are the outputs of the IDR line or mic outputs.
    Read somewhere where they had to put a mic barrel attenuator (-15 to -20) on it to not have the tricaster distort.

    #53364
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    ddff_lv
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    iDR outputs are line level. If your device accepts only mic input, sure you’ll need the attenuator.

    ddff

    #53367
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    Mark Oakley
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    iDR outputs are line level. If your device accepts only mic input, sure you’ll need the attenuator.

    Or just pull the level down to around -24db. I do this with video guys whos’ devices only accept mic level and it works fine.

    -Mark

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