Question about Lectrosonics FENDER PASSPORT PD-150 + 1 SHURE HANDHELD&1 LAVALIER WIRELESS SYSTEM / Microphone
Mike try the microphone if possible on another set If the mike makes a noise check for frayed and bad cables. As far as I know the mike is a dynamic mike and connect it to the speaker of a small transistor radio and it should sound.like a small speaker for dynamic mikes and ordinary speakers work just the one as a generating device(Speaker) and the other as a sound pick up Look at small to way radio's the send is the speaker a mike and on receive it is a speaker, Hope this help
Posted on Sep 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If there is a 120hz buzz then there is a ground loop between the computer and the passport. You need to get a ground isolator to go between the two. If the buzz is deeper the may be a audio ground off or the hum is comming from the power supply
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
SOURCE: woffer wont work
If you have tweeter drivers working in your speakers, this is a good sign that the amp is still working. If there is no sound at all from the woofers, then it is most likely that the woofers have failed.
To determine this, if you are good with a screwdriver, and have a multimeter, you could dismantle the speaker enclosure and check the voice coil of the woofer. Use the low ohms range to check to see if the woofers have gone open circuit. If they have, then replacements would be needed. It is also probably a good idea to work out what was happening prior to the speakers failing. They should not generally fail unless subjected to extreme levels of distortion. If the unit is still under warranty, you should take it to an authorised dealer. OR if it is not under warranty, and you determine that the woofers have failed, you can go here to find an agent to source the replacement parts, or repair the unit for you. For a dealer near to you, CLICK HERE
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Posted on Apr 20, 2010
The speakers are 8 ohm (three 2 ohm in series in each cabinet).
You can connect them in parallel with others HOWEVER you cannot go below 4 ohms a side with your amp. This means you could use ONE other 8 ohm speaker in parallel with one of the passport speakers PER side.
Since the amp can vastly exceed the passport speaker rating you need to be careful to not overpower the passport speakers. One way to HELP regulate the level to the passport speakers is to use a LONG small gauge speaker cable on the passport speakers. Use a 50 foot 16 gauge speaker cable while using heavier, shorter cables on your mains.
With your Samson I would use mains rated at 300 Watts CONTINUOUS power, or at least maintain discipline in volume level to [revent speaker damage.
ALWAYS loop your speaker cables through handles of the enclosure to prevent them being pulled out during use which will destroy your amp... VERIFY the plugs are seated before pwering the system.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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