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Playing wirelesd

Post by efibau » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:44 am

Someone here has a PL connector and mics inside its accordion and can reccomend what system/plugs to buy for it?

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Re: Playing wirelesd

Post by jozz » Sun Jun 17, 2018 2:39 pm

what exactly is a PL connector?

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Post by Keymn » Thu Jun 21, 2018 6:58 am

Sounds like a RF connector for coax??? Not sure if this is the correct type of connector for audio mics?
https://www.amateurradiosupplies.com/pl ... -s/111.htm
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Re: Playing wirelesd

Post by Sebastian Bravo » Thu Aug 23, 2018 6:53 am

I bought a pair of karaoke microphones, destroyed the plastic and used the electronics of the microphone with my accordion. I changed the directional microphones with electret microphones (omnidirectionals) and it worked pretty good. If you get one, i can show you how to do it.

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-Electret microphones (I reccomend (Treble mics/Bass mics) 7/5 for a 41 key, 5/3 for a 37 key, 4/2 for a 34 key, 3/2 for a 30 or 26 key)
-1k ohm resistors (One per mic)
-0.1uF capacitors (Ceramic or polyester will work) (one per mic)
-Small on/off switch
-500k Mono Potentiometers for volume
-one LED
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Re: Playing wirelesd

Post by debra » Fri Aug 24, 2018 7:10 pm

Going wireless has been discussed before and the Line6 G10 came up as a suggestion. I bought it (two of them actually) and have been very happy with it. A G10 is a mono setup though. Not sure whether you are looking for mono or stereo.
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