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Pro. 2 WM-795V Wireless Problems

When I sing loudly into the microphones, the speakers make a loud, static noise. Any idea why it does that? Is there any way to fix that?

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  • sq6348 Jan 22, 2009

    I disconnected right and left front speakers, the noise front the rest three is less. Any idea?

  • sq6348 Jan 22, 2009

    I disconnected the front right and left speakers, and the noise from the rest of the three speakers is less. Any idea?

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The mic volume is to loud. Turn it down a little.

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