This is the third in a series detailing the latest technology in wireless microphone systems. Click here to go directly to the first installment (AKG DMS 700) and click here to go to the second installment (MIPRO ACT Digital).
This is the second in a series detailing the latest technology in wireless microphone systems. To read the first installment, covering the AKG DMS 700 system, click here.
This is the first in a series detailing some of the latest technology in wireless microphone systems.
Will it be like the heady days of the 1990s? Certainly not. But the good news is that things should lighten up a bit
Although we’ve all been aware of many aspects of these problems for several years now, it’s important to note that this subject is a moving target
Often, the best place to start in terms of improvement is at the source; in other words, the microphones capturing the performance must be of quality, or the rest, literally, is just noise
Shure: The FCC has established multiple interference avoidance measures designed to protect the broadest possible range of wireless mic users. At the same time, there’s no question that using wireless mics will become more complicated as new types of devices begin sharing the television band. Also includes some operating tips to help maintain performance.