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I have a t51 transmitter. The cable seems to have

I have a t51 transmitter. The cable seems to have a short and makes lots of noise. How/where can I get a replacement mic and cable?

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to a web site called parts express.com you will find anything in audio related items there..

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I hate to say that there's a few things that could be wrong, but the easiest -and it seems most common- problem is not with the units themselves but rather the wiring. Carefully inspect your power supply cables (visually as well as by hand, feeling for any nicks or cuts that might be causing a short) and try making your audio connections with different cables - whether you're using RCA, phono, or S-PDIF connectors, all of these cables are susceptible to wear and tear, including breakage at some point along the cable length -usually caused by being crimped or smashed- and loosening of the wires in the actual end connectors.
It *is* possible that something is wrong with your tables, your mixer, or your amp, but it seems like 7 times out of 10, these problems are caused by a tiny fault somewhere in one of the cables, so since new cables are a hell of a lot cheaper than new electronics, I'd recommend you start there.

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When I first purchased a cable plan I only had one TV in my house and it seemed like a waste to get multiple cable boxes for TV that I had not yet purchased. When the prices came down on TVs I decided that it was time to get a set to go in my bedroom upstairs but I didn't have a cable box to connect to the set.

I could have gone out and spent a $100+ on a new bulky cable box that is not really all that pretty or I could get a video transmitter that will extend my signal to the upstairs TV set for around $50. Even though it takes a little bit of set up the results are great, I can even use the one remote on both television sets.

To set up your video transmitter first you have to take the transmitter and receivers out of the box and make sure that they are both set to the same channel. This will ensure that they will read each other. Then you take the cables that came with the transmitters and connect them to the back of the cable box, matching up the yellow, red and white cables to each other. Position the transmitter box so that it is lined up with the signal transmitter of the cable box.

Then you want to go upstairs to the second TV and connect the receiver to the back of the television set the same way that you connected the transmitter to the cable box. Take the remote from the set downstairs and it should have extended the connection of the cable box to both TV sets. Now you are able to control the cable box from upstairs and watch your stations on both TVs.

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Intermittent LOUD shorting sound


I would prefer to hear it to be sure which one it is, but the four biggest causes of noise in a wireless system are: 1) Something hitting the mic (check to make sure the mic is free of clothing, other people, faces, etc.) 2) If the mic is a lavalier or in some way has a cable that plugs into the transmitter, something pulling on it could create a loud noise. Check to make sure it's in snug. 3) RF Interference with another mic or some other interference source. Try changing the frequency. 4) Something blocking the signal between the transmitter antenna and the receiver antenna. This is most likely to happen with a lavalier in someone's pocket or under clothing, and/or if the transmitter is far away from the receiver. The SLX series is okay for what it is, but part of why it's on the cheaper side is because of its limited distance. Unfortunately the only ways to alleviate this are to a) Reduce the distance, b) get a stronger wireless system, c) move the transmitter somewhere that the antenna is free, and d) invest in True Diversity antennae for the receiver.

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Lots of turntable noise while in use


Hello,
The main cause for these kinds of problems are the cables that are used. If you use a plug-cable to connect either an audio input or output, first check if it has no scratches or folds.. it might cause a short-circuit in the cable. The next thing to check are the input plugs, most of the times these are loose and make the audio lose fidelity.
It always helps to use high quality protected cables. Cheap ones tend to give a lot of noise.
Good luck! Hope this helps.

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Mic receives a lot of static and then cuts out. After a few seconds it seems to repeat.


This could be due to interference from other devices.
You could try changing to a different frequency (there are 20 to choose from).
Also move the receiver away from any strong electro magnetic fields (hearing loop amplifiers, CD/DVD players, TVs) or large pieces of metal and in clear line of sight of the transmitter pack.
Set up the aerials so that they are at a similar angle as the aerial on the transmitter.
Only use xlr balanced cables with good quality screening to connect the receiver to the mixer / amplifier. Keep signal cables well away form mains electricity cables as far as possible.
Wherever possible use balanced xlr cables on all other equipment.

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When, I am walking around with either a guitar plugged in or a lavaliere microphone. I continue to get pops and static surging sounds. Is there a way to fix this.


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Although it has 2 antennae the AT201 is a single channel transmitter and receiver. As you move the transmitter about in relation to the receiver you are finding 'dead spots' in the room where the signal is reduced or even drops out completely. You can reduce the impact of this somewhat by doing the following things.
  1. Make sure there is a clear line of sight between transmitter and receiver.
  2. Move transmitter and receiver closer together
  3. Do not locate the receiver near large pieces of metal or near other electrical equipment, particularly things that have strong magnetic fields like transformers (including amplifier power-supplies) CD or DVD players, hearing loop amplifiers and loop cables.
  4. Turn off mobile phones and any other radio operated equipment that is not needed
  5. Turn the trim control on the transmitter to the maximum output that you can without causing distortion. The stronger the original signal from the transmitter the lower the related noise will appear to be (called signal - noise ratio)
  6. Turn the squelch control on the receiver up a bit to suppress noise - however doing so will reduce the strength of the output signal a bit so don't over do it.
  7. Use good quality screened cable between the receiver and your amplifier. Unfortunately the AT201 only has an un-balanced mono jack socket so this cable will be more prone to pick up radio interference than a twin core plus screen (balanced) cable.
  8. Make sure that your signal cable does not run parallel to, and close to, any mains electricity cables. If the signal cable needs to cross any mains cables it should do so at 90 degrees and the cables router well away from each other.
However the only real solution to this sort of problem is to use a full duplex (2 channel) transmitter / receiver system which will automatically switch to whichever channel is carrying the stronger signal. Typically these cost about 70% more than single channel units but they often use balanced cable outputs (stereo jack or xlr) which further reduce the propensity for noise due to interference.

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just opened up a atw-t51 transmitter. (carefully prise apart the two halves of the case with a sharp blade). The aerial is soldered to a terminal post on the circuit board, so anyone competent with a small sodering iron should be easily able to swop the aerials for you.

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I have a audio-technica ATW-T51 and need to replace the cable as it makes a lot of noise. Where can I go?


to a web site called parts express.com you will find anything in audio related items there..

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I have the official game guide on this and Fort Constantine (where you acquired this armor) is the only location with T-51b power armor and helmet. There are two other armors you can get, but none are T-51b type. Maybe because this was picked up in bomb storage, experimental chamber it is only experimental and therefore unavailable anywhere else

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