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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by planktonnn, Aug 25, 2009.
That is gorgeous!
Though not keen on the side profile sketch
Loads more pics @ http://www.rolandsands.com/wp/2013/05/24/rsd-bmw-concept-90
It's far too early to be thinking this hard - tech support on linking an Eventide H3000 into an audio recording system:
Subject: RE: H3000 d/se connections
Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 09:28:49 +0000
The edirol M10dx manual attached shows (page 43) "AUX SEND jack: 1/4 inch TRS* phone type (impedance balanced**)"
*Tip Ring Sleeve i.e. balanced
On the face of the available info (filtered thru a 'non functioning till later' brane) one might send from the M10dx aux on a line level type cable with TRS balanced 1/4 inch, into the e/tide on balanced xlr, & return to the M10dx using a pair of line level type balanced xlr to TRS balanced 1/4 inch cables fed into a pair of line in sockets on the desk? and then mix the e/tide rtn signals with the original gtr/preamp signals coming in on another pair of line inputs. Line level cables would seem better than Mic cable, but I don't think it'd make a massive difference. I can't see whether the M10dx aux out is +4 or -10. Changing the e/tide jumpers to suit +4 or -10 would be easy enough, but I'll stand across the room & let you do that... The advantage of going this route would be that the e/tide is also available for other input signals (i.e. vox or other gtr pedal units) direct on the desk.
However one might prefer to run the e/tide direct off the JMP-1, (tho I cannot see if the aux snd/rtn is balanced or not?) One advantage of running direct with the JMP-1 is that Marshall will be more than happy to tell you how to do it with which leads & whether balanced/unbalanced if you rang them up? It might of course be possible to feed the e/tide from the JMP-1 aux send but return it into the M10dx alongside the JMP-1 main output signals as tho it were a separate input, as long as the JMP-1 didn't lose it's main output signal if the rtn were not connected?
Unbalanced TS 1/4 inch to xlr mic leads would probably suffice for a test, and as a basic test set up you would only need two. I don't think this would blow up the e/tide, but all words herein included & any and many various interpretations you may take from them come without warranty and I will forever remain blame free if you are fuckwitted enough to blow it up, see disclaimer @ http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=21353009&postcount=4070 :-D
FYI Studiospares catalogue pdf @ http://www.studiospares.com/content.../pdfcatalogue/Studiospares_Catalogue_2013.pdf
I've not looked into the Mackie connections as it seems a little pointless to fit a Ferrari with bicycle tyres if you see what I mean?
NB I have attached the manuals because then you know which versions of which doc I am referring to.
I will invoice you for £42.90* consultation fee, and don't even think of asking for a discount, because that's already @ mates rates. You Wanka :-D
* Edit: Just to point out 'for the benefit of the tape' that this is an imaginary joke fee which will neither be charged nor paid...
I hate to mention it but the rear indicator on the Airhead 90s seems to have blown a bulb? I'd sort that out if I were you...
Some time ago I saw a pic of the front end of the RSD Oilhead on their feed, which seemed to disappear rather quickly, so I knew they were working on another Beemer, but then it vanished. I think they've done a lovely job.
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Multiple pages of (mostly) Airhead pics @ http://flickrhivemind.net/Tags/airhead/Timeline
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Rather than playing this in the thread by clicking the play button on the bottom bar (which throws back a video not found error, you should click in the video window & it throws you out to the original page for playback - so much for embedding code!?!
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