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I have a problem turning the gain up on this combo. It is so sensitive that it picks up all of the background noise as well as what's spoken. It makes a hollow box or empty can sound out of the system. What can I do?

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Call Shure Applications at 847-600-8440. They can help you troubleshoot. Have the wireless system with you when you call.

Posted on Nov 22, 2010

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