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Buzzing noize I have a R200 UHF wireless microphone system used for my violin, the problem that i am getting is that when i connect the wireless sysytem to a main p.a. system i am getting a laoud buzzing noize coming through the speakers to the point were i am unable to use it whilst performing on stage. What can i do to avoid this problem?

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Re: Buzzing noize

Have you tried using a different power adaptor? I have noticed with mine that the as the original failed there was a noticeable hum, a new power supply (of reasonable quality) solved the problem.

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

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