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Change the frequency

I have a mic and want to change the frequency to match my base unit

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Hello firstable you need to know at how many ohms is the base unit then in microphone change the impedance transformer to match the low or high frecuency you want......saludos

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Normally the mics and receivers are sold as a unit but replacement mics can be bought separately.
However the ATW-R11 has been discontinued so may now be hard to find.

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NOTE - you will require a license for these frequencies

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You can, and the results might be better than not optimizing, but they might be worse.
The optimizing process listens for resonant frequencies in the room (what pitch "rings" longer in your room) as well as damped frequencies (what pitch sounds "dead" in your room)
To do this, it needs a mic that's matched to the unit.

Different mics have different frequency response curves, so your friend's mic might think (for example) that 2500hz is really hot, but the yamaha mic would think it's normal.

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If everyone is on the same frequency, you would be able to hear the others by taking your hand mic off the hang-up clip. This puts your radio in open squelch mode where you hear all traffic on the frequency. If the other drivers are on a different frequency, you would need to have the radio reprogrammed to match their frequency.

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news but those units are fixed frequencies and cannot be changed. You either have to find a mic that matches your receiver or vice-versa. The freeway 200 series comes in 3 freqs. two of witch you have with the addition of 170.245. Maybe you can find someone who has a damaged mic but still has the receiver with the freq. that you need for your mic.

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Sounds like all of your mics are using the same frequency. What you can do is change crystals in each unit to change frequencies, this will allow each mic to use its own receiver.

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It appears that my mike on one unit does not work.

Check your programming by holding in the PTT button while turning on the radio. The first announced number is your frequency. Press the MONITOR button, and then it will announce your code. Press the MONITOR button again finish. Then shut the radio off and back on for normal operations.

If the numbers on your radios do not match, you can use your PTT button to change the number it has announced. Press the MONITOR button to lock in your new setting after setting the frequency and/or code.

Final thought, check your mic hole on the face of the radio to be certain is does not have debris or tape over it.

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No, when you buy multiple wireless mics you have to select different channels per unit if you want to use them on the same stage.

hope this helps
thanks for your rating

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