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    Deity HD-TX (Recorder and Transmitter unit announced.)
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    We wanted to create a transmitter that would combine several critical tools that we all carry in our sound kits into the ultimate multi-tool. There have been transmitters with recorders built-in, but none have ever allowed you to monitor the recording and files using headphones plugged into the device.
    You wouldnít use a camera without a monitor, why would you record audio if you canít hear it?
    HD-TX Features:
    Transmit and record simultaneously*
    Multiple RF Outputs (10mW, 25mW, 50mW, 100mW, AUTO)
    Guard Rail Analog Limiter
    75Hz and 150Hz Low Cut Filters
    Boost Audio Frequencies 7KHz Ė 20Khz
    Assign User IDís to each transmitter
    1.3″ OLED display
    Screen and button lock
    Record 24bit/48kHz WAV files to MicroSD card
    Both a XLR input and 3.5mm Mic/Line input
    +48V Phantom Power
    ~10hrs of battery life at 100mW**
    8hrs record time on a 8Gb MicroSD card
    Headphone jack for live monitoring and listening to playback
    Screen and button auto-lock
    Firmware updatable

    *Deity HD-TX units sold inside the USA will disable audio transmission when you hit record. Only internationally sold units will feature the ability to transmit and record simultaneously.
    https://www.deitymic.com/hdtx/
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    From the page Heezi links to:

    "*Deity HD-TX units sold inside the USA will disable audio transmission when you hit record. Only internationally sold units will feature the ability to transmit and record simultaneously."

    Because, presumably, of the Zaxcom patent on recording transmitters. I'm not trying to SS; rather, I was wondering if Deity had found a way around the patent issues. The HD-TX is still an interesting plug-in transmitter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Feeley View Post
    From the page Heezi links to:

    "*Deity HD-TX units sold inside the USA will disable audio transmission when you hit record. Only internationally sold units will feature the ability to transmit and record simultaneously."

    Because, presumably, of the Zaxcom patent on recording transmitters. I'm not trying to SS; rather, I was wondering if Deity had found a way around the patent issues. The HD-TX is a cool looking plug-in transmitter.
    Thanks for posting that. I posted that from my phone and didn't put everything in. I was bummed too when I found out as well.


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    I still can't believe Zaxcom's patent hasn't been overturned, yet. It's almost like claiming a patent on a pepperoni and hamburger pizza.


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    Or trademarking Taco Tuesday...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noiz2 View Post
    Or trademarking Taco Tuesday...
    I had to laugh and shake my head when I saw that article, recently.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Noiz2 View Post
    Or trademarking Taco Tuesday...
    That's what very rich and powerful people always try to do...everyday.

    The rich trying to get richer.


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    Hmm looks very sennhesier in design too.
    Over 15 minutes in broadcast film and tv production: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1044352
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noiz2 View Post
    Or trademarking Taco Tuesday...
    He lost yesterday...

    (1) It's an American lexicon "commonplace message"
    (2) "Techno Taco Tuesday" is already trademarked and TT is too similar to it (lol)

    But it turns out he may have tried to do this only so if it gets rejected it would be more difficult to sue him if he used the terms generic meaning to make money off of (or so it seems).


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