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Can you buy a line input cable for the sony UTX-B1 to change the mic cable so that you can hook up the transmitter to a mixing desk.. which may have a band or live mics.. which will then transmit you your receiver..the URX-B1

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SOURCE: Sony Wireless Mic (Transmitter) UTX-B1

Sounds like some type of manufacturer's flux problem. As an ex-Sony pro dealer we saw something like this years ago. You might want to contact Sony support (industrial or broadcast, not consumer) and see if there is a technical bulletin out on this problem.

Posted on May 26, 2007

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SOURCE: not transmitting through both speakers properly

The UTX-B1 input is not a stereo jack, and the receiver output is also not a stereo jack. Only the receiver Headphone/Monitor jack is stereo.

Not sure if you are sending stereo signals from or to the camcorder. But you can try mono-to-stereo adapter.

Hope it helps!

Posted on May 09, 2009

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FixYa.com doesn't "carry" any manuals, but you can download the one that you're looking for here:

http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/STARINMANUALS/Sony%20Mics%20and%20Wireless/Manuals/UWP-C1,%20UWP-C2,%20UWP-S1,%20UWP-S2,%20UWP-X1,%20UWP-X2.pdf

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