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13th July 2013
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Service for Changing Lav Connector

Well, the local ENG place here in Dallas has failed me, and I haven't had luck finding it through a search on here. So forgive me if this is obvious, but I'm looking for a resource that can change the connection on one of my lavs.

I've recently started changing over from Sennheiser G2's to the SK 2000s – and I have plenty of great lavs with the 1/8th in. connection – and I'd like to change one of my COS-11s over the the 3-pin Lemo for the SK2000 transmitter. From what I can tell, it shouldn't need any added resistors. Anyone have a recommendable (and even better, affordable) place to send it for this service? I appreciate it.
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Sound Productions (http://www.soundpro.com), maybe? They were a great resource back in the late '90s when I had several years with work in Tejas...

That failing, contact Trew Audio (Location Sound Equipment Sales, Rentals and Service for Film and Video Production | Trew Audio) or TAI Audio (TAI Audio - Location Sound Equipment Sales, Service and Rental - Authorized Dealers of Lectrosonics, Sound Devices, Sennheiser, Etc.) or Location Sound (Location Sound Audio Video Equipment and Accessories Sales & Rentals Los Angeles) all of which have been helpful from a service standpoint in my past.

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Thanks! I'll try em' out and post if I discover anything good
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Do it yourself maybe ?
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Don't want to do it myself – for this type of stuff I'd prefer to have someone more experienced and equipped for servicing electronics (I need my stuff to be reliable in the field).

I went with Trew Audio. It took them quite awhile (and an expense of 70 dollars plus shipping), but it seems to be working well.
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What is truly well done and good in life is rarely cheap. Reference the filet and portion of Joseph Phelps 2010 Cabernet I enjoyed at Manny's in Minneapolis last week. The steak was, of course, a perfect medium-medium rare. The meal, a gift from my client.

It crosses many borders, and is true in many disciplines.

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Crikey. So much to install a connector.
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