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RF Venue COMBINE4 - 4-Channel Antenna Combiner

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RF Venue COMBINE4 - 4-Channel Antenna Combiner
Key Features
  • For Multi-Channel Wireless IEMs
  • RF and DC Power for 4 IEM Transmitters
  • Includes BNC Cables and DC Jumpers
  • Internal Power Supply
The COMBINE4 from RFvenue is an antenna combiner that was developed for cross-brand flexibility for IEM (In-Ear Monitor) systems. The four-channel Radio Frequency (RF) combiner receives four incoming IEM transmitter RF signals and combines them to a single convenient front-panel mounted output connection.
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RF Venue COMBINE4 Overview

The COMBINE4 from RFvenue is an antenna combiner that was developed for cross-brand flexibility for IEM (In-Ear Monitor) systems. The four-channel Radio Frequency (RF) combiner receives four incoming IEM transmitter RF signals and combines them to a single convenient front-panel mounted output connection.

The unit features a high-quality internal power supply and includes DC and RF jumper cables required for four-channel IEM system operation.

UPC: 459225903526

RF Venue COMBINE4 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight8.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.1 x 12.9 x 4"

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Can you combine IEM and IFB RF signals of different output strengths? For instance I have a Lectrosonics M2T that has two output carriers of 50mw each. and a Lectrosonics T4 IFB transmitter that outputs 250mw. Can I combine them all with this to a single antenna?
Asked by: Alvin
It is possible to use transmitters with different power output levels with the RF Venue COMBINE4 - 4-Channel Antenna Combiner. This combiner is a unity device that does not affect or change the output strength of the transmitters connected. It does, however, have a maximum input level of 100mW and would not be compatible for use with a transmitter pushing 250mW such as the Lectrosonics IFBT4.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-03-03
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