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Shure WB98H Sound with scratches

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  • titoalcaraz Oct 01, 2008

    Scratch all the times

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I have try in four audio consols Yamaha, Mackey, Beheringer, Soundcraft etc. and still the scratch sound. The microphone has something bad. Is not the cable because I move the cable and nothing happens, still the same scratching sound.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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OK....does it scratch when the cable going into the mic moves, or when the cable going into the connector @ the beltpack? Either way, Shure has an exceptional service policy on all of their mics. They have very reasonable prices for bringing their mics back to factory spec. If you are a touring musician who needs it ASAP, they are good at expediting the process. I always advise clients who use wireless mics to put a fresh Duracell battery in before EVERY performance. I am not an endorsee of that brand, but from experience, I am an endorser of it. A weak battery will cause static/scratches/drop outs. Call 800.516.2525(service line) or go to service@shure.com. Unless you are REALLY good at precise soldering, this is not a DIY project.Good Luck

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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    Marc Wiggins Oct 02, 2008

    have you tried just firing up the receiver and belt pack with no mic plugged into the belt-pack? is the scratch better or the same? how about just the receiver? with the belt-pack off? isolate whats on when the problem occurs. also, is this a frequency agile system? let's make sure where the problem is and go from there.

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