Re: [Harp-L] Anyone familiar with the HBW40 - Harmonica Honey BeeWireless

Well Tim

I don't know why...I automaticilly did what I normally do when using a cable.
I have to test if the hiZ line out boosts the signal as much as my vintage Shure imp. transformer!

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Tim Moyer - Working Man's Harps 
  To: ben bouman ; Tim Moyer ; harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 2:19 PM
  Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Anyone familiar with the HBW40 - Harmonica Honey BeeWireless

  I'm curious, Ben, why you need an impedance transformer.  Your receiver should have an unbalanced hiZ line out (1/4") as well as a balanced XLR out.


  ben bouman <fitgo@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    I bought the same AKG that Tim has.....and I'm more than happy with.
    I was always afraid it would change my sound...but it doesn't.
    I use the snap-on transmitter on my Electro Voice RE10 and a low/high 
    impedance transformer before the signal goes from the receiver into my 
    Marble Harpmaster.

    Ben Bouman

    p.s. someone asked about the tuning of the new Seydel 1847 harp(with the 
    stainless steel reeds)...
    We use a compromised tuning....
    details can be found on the website
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