Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Kentano2000, Feb 4, 2015.
Looks like it has potential...
Interesting, but the physics is complicated;
What is the actual latency ratio to distance and also what happens in a wi-fi intensive venue like a club?
What is the actual sample rate conversion that the D/A converter is working at?
What software is accounting for overtone series? This seriously effects tone
What bit depth? Dynamic range is directly connected to bit depth. Touch will be effected if it is 8/16 or 24 bit conversion.
I have doubts but like the idea
But I don't have a rooter, so it won't work.
no need for a rrooooter...
you be needin a mountain tho..
in other news.. that squier is NOT TGP approved!
Looks like a fun way to get your signal into a computer. Not sure what it offers over conventional wireless for live use.
FCC rules and regulations are different for wireless microphones (600 and 700mHz) and WiFi (2.4 GHz). Perhaps WiFi could have an advantage based on current regulations.
I stand corrected. There really is no need for a rooter. Thank you.
they posted this on tgp back in december, and I wish them well, but
issues for me would be
battery life (3 hrs tops) &
form factor (still a relatively big appendage...)
I can see flash drive size with a 100 hr lithium one day...
personal preference, but when no one cared about wireless quality via Shures I still preferred (and do) a raw cable.
Maybe if you sit at a DAW, but then again, unless in a booth/studio, what are you, like 10 ft max away ever?
I don't need one more chargeable device to deal with. Cameras, phones... Man, the Apple Iwatch is only going to have a *one* day battery...it's a WATCH... wtf.
I mean, even the *Snark* dies and it's a setback.