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    Getting clear signals to 24 ULX Ps and Ss

    Thanks, Chris. Yes it does, and I have tried using it with Wireless Workbench, but it seems that one of my major problems is a very crowded DTV environment.
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    Getting clear signals to 24 ULX Ps and Ss

    Thank you for this input. It is really helpful. I'm going to work on the antenna distribution issue right away and check for improvement. I'll also look into the purchasing some new units that can handle new FCC packaging.
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    Getting clear signals to 24 ULX Ps and Ss

    Thanks Bob, this is helpful.
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    Getting clear signals to 24 ULX Ps and Ss

    Some of the UA844s have UA820D 554 - 590 antenna. Some have 470 - 542 depending on the channel range being received.
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    Getting clear signals to 24 ULX Ps and Ss

    At our school in Wellesley MA we are running 12 ULX Ps and 12 ULX Ss. through 6 UA844s. The receivers are approx 75 feet from the stage. Due to the reduced number of groups and channels now available it is proving almost impossible to get even 10 uncompromised signals. I have tried Shure's...
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    Firing specific cues on ETC Element Console with QLab

    Our school has a dance concert coming up in February. To synchronize the start of each music cue and a programmed sequence of light cues we need to fire just the initiating light cue for each dance with QLab, but retain capability of firing some other cues during each dance directly from the...
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    Portrait (as opposed to Landscape) Aspect Projection, large screen, short distance

    Re: Portrait (as opposed to Landscape) Aspect Projection, large screen, short distanc Thanks metti, but even the rental cost for that projector is going to be way out of my school's performing arts budget. Thinking about the issue further I realize that I could gain projection distance using...
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    Portrait (as opposed to Landscape) Aspect Projection, large screen, short distance

    I am looking to rear-project Portrait Aspect images onto a screen that is 108" tall and 81" wide. Because of available space the projector can be no more than 7 feet from the screen. I would prefer to do this using only one projector. Any experienced advice re equipment, work-arounds etc...