Recent content by BobFenster

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    Newbie issue with Telex

    They are two-channel packs. I think the 1000 model is a single channel. Thanks again for the help.
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    Newbie issue with Telex

    Actually, the BP-2000 has only 4- and 6-pin connections (the 4 pin goes to the headset), so if I were to have a 6-pin to 3-pin convertor or splitter at the wall port, I'd also need one at the headset (with a convention 3-pin XLR connecting the two). I think I just need to get some 6-pin...
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    Newbie issue with Telex

    Here's what tech support from Telex said: "The SPS-2000A is the power supply of the system. This should be looped through the US-2000A and then the two 3pin XLR's would need to be combined into one 6pin XLR output to the rest of the system. You probably have 6pin XLR wall plates located...
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    Newbie issue with Telex

    Ah, is that what you have to do?!? Which port would you use? The three on the back of the BP-2000 are four and six pins, while the only ports on the SPS are 3-pin XLR or what look like 1/16 inch. Is there a cable that I'm supposed to have with different ends? Thanks!
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    Newbie issue with Telex

    I've inherited the job of stage equipment manager at a high school and discovered that we have some Telex headset with BP-2000 belt packs. Our rack system has an Audiocom SPS-2000A and a US-2000A. No one seems to know if these headsets were ever used (we've had considerable turnover). Here's...