Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Usually this is caused by a cellphone in the area. The cellphones send a signal to the cell tower ever few seconds, when they do that, it makes it sound like the wireless mike is losing its battery, when in fact, it is the cellphone interfering with the signal. A simple test would be to power up the system when you can verify there are no cellphones turned on and try the wireless system. Then turn the cellphone on and repeat the scenario.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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