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Started by Mrchevy, May 02, 2020, 10:32:38 AM
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Quote from: Mrchevy on May 22, 2020, 01:56:50 PMThe 1/4" jack on the headphones is for pairing only. You can not charge the transmitter with that jack. In fact, if you leave the transmitter plugged in to store it, it will eventually drain the transmitter battery. The headphones and transmitter both have a USB port and that is how they are charged. Seems like they could work it out to pair, charge, and output from that jack. Time will tell.
Quote from: Mrchevy on May 22, 2020, 07:53:15 AMSteve, I made 1 edit on picture #2 with the yellow text boxes. The edit was to indicate the tip, ring, sleeve connection for the jack. I have loaded it to my Imgur account. Can we swap out the picture in the PDF tutorial? and what do you need from me, or will this work. Also, is it possible to make the tutorial a sticky in the Waza Air section
Quote from: gab696 on February 04, 2021, 07:15:35 AMHi,This small bluetooth transceiver module should fit inside the Boss Waza. This can be a alternative way to record the Waza sound...https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000096888920.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.45881d2cqCti3q&algo_pvid=b2568aed-6d19-40fe-9966-0f6e7e1991d7&algo_expid=b2568aed-6d19-40fe-9966-0f6e7e1991d7-0&btsid=0bb0624616118407348493578eaa40&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_What do you think about this idea ?
Quote from: admin on February 04, 2021, 08:27:41 AMnot practical as its rare to find an IOS/Android app that can Bluetooth sync with a third party Bluetooth audio Transmitter and receive its bluetooth audio stream and record its audio on the smartphone Same with Win/Mac apps too - the world is geared for Bluetooth audio going the opposite direction - (smartphone source transmits bluetooth audio to a third party Bluetooth receiver in a speaker and remember Bluetooth remains terrible high latency for real time audio performance use -in Waza Headphones they use Bluetooth for the audio backing tracks and a separate UHF RF low latency connection for the Mono wireless Guitar input
Quote from: Mrchevy on February 05, 2021, 08:28:30 AMIf you want to be able to record and still have some level of wireless and portability, I would be more apt to go with the Katana Air ( or similar amps), for the same price or less. Just my 2 cents.
QuoteLine-6 probably has a patent on the 1/4" jack for charging the transmitter ( as used on G-10
Quote from: philko on March 13, 2021, 06:32:19 AMHey guys, not sure if this has been talked about, I couldn't find it anywhere. I'm wondering if it's possible to use the Boss Waza Air headphones for monitoring guitar/ voice/ DAW output via AUX connection to an audio interface or computer? I'm aware the headphones weren't built for that, but as a hobby musician it'd be really convenient not to have to buy an additional pair of studio headphones. The mod described above is awesome, but I believe doesn't enable this functionality, right? If anyone has ideas on how it could be done, I'd be stoked to hear your thoughts! Thanks
Quote from: ped on July 24, 2023, 02:05:17 AMThanks for this. I assume the mod is the same for the Waza Air Bass? I'm being careful as I recently bought an Airstep controller only to find that it doesn't work with the bass version, as there must be some differences somewhere...
Quote from: ped on July 24, 2023, 02:05:17 AMThanks for this. I assume the mod is the same for the Waza Air Bass? ..