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#1 Osvaldo Silvera SOC

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 02:02 AM

Hi folks.

 So I put it on Ebay, it sold for $600 to a buyer who was in Sunrise, FL, ( like 45 minutes from me). He turned out to be a dead beat bidder who Bid and won an auction he could not complete. In 15 years on Ebay it's only happened 3 times.

 So it's back up for sale.

$500 includes shipping in the US.

Ozzie

 

BOXX Cobalt system, ( SD, or component Video Tx and Rx)

 Included is...

 Boxx Transmitter ( 5Ghz and 2.8Ghz switchable) with AB mounts both sides. It can be powered from a Batt when sandwiched between the batt and camera? or you can power it via the 4 pin Hirose on the Tx via one of the power cables included which are:

Hirose 4 pin to PRO- Vid/Pwr 4 pin

Hirose 4 pin to Hirose 4 pin ( like on the rear of most Broadcast cameras)

Hirose 4 pin to XLR4Male

Hirose 4 pin to P Tap

3 palet style antennas

 

The system also transmits audio although I never used this option.

Comes with mini xlr 5 pin to standard XLR5Female ( for the audio out of some broadcast video cams

also mini xlr 5 pin to standard headphone male jack

 

Boxx receiver 5Ghz and 2.8Ghz switchable with 2 antennas 

AC Power supply 100V - 240V input 12 V output

Power cable for AC power supply

Breakout Multi Pin cable loom with component connectors, Audio left and right connectors and 4 pin XLR connector.

 ( I've never used the Multi Pin loom)

 

The receiver can be powered via the AC power supply, or the Hirose 4 pin connector on the unit. you can use one of the above Hirose connectors to power the receiver and another or AB brick to power the Transmitter.

 

I had Nebtek install a male side AB plate to one side of the receiver so you can attach it to the back of a monitor, etc.. but it is only there to mount it, not connected internally, I would guess you can install a receiver plate on the opposite side and have it wired like the transmitter so you could attach it behind a monitor and then add a Batt to it and power both, but that would be up to you.

The receiver is powered thru it's 4 pin Hirose like the Tx unit.

Price $500 shipped Priority via USPS to anywhere in the continental US.

 Outside of the US, Shipping is not included.

 Paypal users add 3% for the premium paypal charges.

 

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#2 Osvaldo Silvera SOC

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Posted 15 January 2014 - 12:03 AM

Cobalt Unit $400 shipped in the US

Paypal accepted.


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