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RE: Sennheiser Digital Wireless 1000

Subject: RE: Sennheiser Digital Wireless 1000
From: "Martyn Stewart" <>
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 07:28:12 -0700
I have 2 EW-500 series units John, one is the plug in transmitter SKP 500
which takes a 9volt battery the other is a portable receiver which also
takes a 9 volt battery and clips onto my belt, it has the ability of using
headphones etc.
My other unit is a Guitar pack that transmits to a diversity receiver which
I use with an inverter in the truck, yes; I can listen to sounds without
turning my recorder on. I set up my mics and then with an "irock"
transmitter, I listen to everything on FM radio.
The irock transmitter broadcasts on FM and doesn't interfere with the
Sennheiser receivers or transmitters.
This is a rough sample using the guitar broadcaster into a Portadisk.

This is the manual


Martyn Stewart
Bird and Animal Sounds Digitally Recorded at:
N47.65543   W121.98428
Redmond. Washington. USA
Make every Garden a wildlife Habitat!


-----Original Message-----
From: Neville Recording  
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2004 10:39 AM
To: Naturerecordists
Subject: [Nature Recordists] Sennheiser Digital Wireless 1000

To Martyn and Walt

I am curious about the receiver. Can you pug it into the car battery system?
with an inverter ? Can you listen to the incoming sounds without turning
your recorder on ?  
John Neville

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Loudspeakers are not birds,
A listening room is not nature."
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