Im a demonstrator at shows, markets, shopping centers. Ive been using a duel deversity RF system for some 10 yrs. Im now looking to upgrade. is there a blue tooth head set with good battery life that can be plugged into a PA via a sterio plug?
This would be the BOMB. As it would eliminate so many issues.Size, conveniance, price, ect
So can you hook me up or is it just a pipe dream?
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Sorry, that will not work. Typically, it is not possible to use one manufacturers transmitter with another manufacturers receiver. The two manufacturers use different tone-key squelch, different noise reduction, and different companding schemes.
Sounds like either local interference or it needs to go to Shure for repair. Can you try it in another location maybe 10 miles or further away from the present location. If it operates in the MHz band you need to replace it, it is illegel to use that band in the US..
As you have written, it sounds like a short or a frayed wire. That is what I would have thought. It could be that the terminal wire has dry jointed and come away from the mic head. You could buy a cheap £15 head set just to check that it is the cables. I use a similar system for a glass blowing studio demonstration area and I am constantly buying replacement head sets. Its a shame there is no complete wireless system on the market. It is always the connections between the bodypack and the headset that are the weakest link.
Theoretically you should be able to connect an MP3 player to the bodypack to prove there isnt a problem from there-on. (I have never tried this but I am now intrigued as to whether it would work)
Its a bit of trial and error and you seem to be following the same path that I would. The only other problem I have had is the aerial on the body pack. I would never have thought such a small aerial could cause popping sounds etc but I have also seen this to be a problem in the past.
Built-in Microphones are relatively new and my guess (without knowing your computer) is that it doenst have one. But you can glance over the area around the screen and check if there's any holes which would be indicative of a mic. Hope this helps!