From: 40 Frames (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jan 17 2011 - 12:54:06 PST
On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 11:25 AM, Julia Nimhuiri <
email suppressed> wrote:
> Hello Frameworkers,
> I wonder if anyone can tell me; is it ok to use the speaker-out port on a
> Kodak Pageant to route the sound through a Mackie (or similar) mixer?
> (My idea is to snip the wire that attaches the Pageant speaker, keeping the
> proprietery phono plug/socket in place and attach a standard phono plug to
> the end of the wire, running it into a mixer to improve the sound playback
> quality.) The model is: Pageant. Model AV-126-TR, 12 watts audio output, 6
> I'd be very glad if anyone has ideas or has done this themselves and can
> share their notes.
The Pageants speaker out to line in on Mackie or other mixer is fine, that
was our set-up for screenings for a number of years.
Some folks have gone so far as to modify the amp circuit board to have a
true line (600ohm) out, but one can change to a standard phone plug and
leave it as is.
As far as Pageants go, you might try to track down a 250S... although Sam
Wells and others have said here in the past that they think the condenser
optics and older lamp make for a higher contrast image.... the 250S takes a
EJL (200W quartz) and will work with an ELC (250W quartz) lamp. The speaker
out was also (usually) a standard phone plug.
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