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    Guitar wireless for PA capture
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    Senior Member DNathan's Avatar
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    I've used Zoom H2 series recorders in front of the PA for years. I get audio and room ambience. With the new mega-cheap guitar-to-amp wireless systems, should I consider transmitting my Zoom to my camera as an alternative to syncing in post with the Zoom's SD card? I could finally monitor audio levels correctly.

    They boast 2.4G uncompressed wireless signal transmission, low noise and latency, effective range is about 30 meters.
    https://www.amazon.com/Muslady-Trans...44892851&psc=1

    Zoom H2N to adapter to transmitter to receiver to adapter to HMC150.
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    It may work for a non-critical reference, but I would not consider a $39 wireless system good for much of anything. Read the sticky "The-$500-Wireless-Question-or-quot-What-cheap-system-should-I-get"
    In addition, it's likely high-Z instrument level on both the Tx input and the Rx output.
    Last edited by Rick R; 09-14-2019 at 03:12 PM.


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    A buddy just recommended this: https://www.amazon.com/Boss-Digital-...dp/B07F2NZWY5/ (his friends got them too- all happy). 2.3ms latency.

    It won't work on guitars like my Ibanez S5470 due to recessed front jack, though a short 1/4" m/f adaptor/cable would work (same is true for the example unit design in OP).


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