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Wireless noise I have an audio-techica ATW-R03 wireless transmitter which I use with my bass. Every now and again it makes loud static sounds and cuts out temporarily. I've tried changing the setting from low to high on the unit that plugs into my bass. On the receiver is a pot that says 'squelch'. What does this do? and will this help my problem? thanx, Caleb.

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This is a very cheap unit but yes squelch is a factor.keep, fiddling with it.Very seldom do bass/guitar players like wireless.

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The unit I'm using is old and is on a 200mhz frequency and it uses Vhf, so I have to buy a new unit.....nothing can be done to fix the problem....

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