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SOURCE: I just purchased a new Samson Airline 77. I think

you can look for the model number of your microphone here and download the manual from here:

http://safemanuals.com/zearchres_105.php

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SOURCE: change the samson airline 77 microphone for a AMT, for sax player

Unfortunately, you don't have enough information to go on to give you a definative answer.

The Sampson Aireline will plug onto ANY xlr type DYNAMIC mic and should work.

The one thing on the AMT Elite I found said it was a "condenser" type element which means it would NOT work with your Sampson setup. Condenser mics require a Phantom power arrangement to charge the element and operate the local FET input amplifier.

If you are trying to mic a violin, the Airline 77 that was for the dynamic mics is a very poor choice as it is low impedance. Most violin pickups use a Piezo pickup which requires VERY high impedance input amplifier.

For my wife's violin we use an Autolycus pickup and an X2 wireless sytem. The pickup comes from New Zeeland and the X2 is CD quality digital wireless link. You have to make your own connector at the violin for the X2 cable was intended for guitars.

Posted on Dec 25, 2009

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SOURCE: My Samson Airline 77 wireless

Hi, when loud screeching sounds and static is are heard on sound systems in most cases it is as a result of poor wire connections to the speakers. Check the wires to the speakers most likely the screeching and static is coming from those. Also static could also be caused by mobile devices being close to the receiver. Mobile devices such as internet modems and mobile phones as well as radio transmitting devices could cause static and screeching.

Posted on Mar 02, 2011

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SOURCE: Hi There, My samson airline wireless

Shipping Address:
Samson Technologies Corp.
45 Gilpin Avenue, Suite 100
Hauppauge, NY 11788


Phone Numbers:
Phone: 631-784-2200
Fax: 631-784-2201


Primary E-mail Contacts:
Information - info@samsontech.com
Sales - sales@samsontech.com
Support - support@samsontech.com
Literature Requests - literature@samsontech.com


Direct Brand E-mail Support:
Samson Wireless - wireless@samsontech.com
Samson Audio - audio@samsontech.com
Hartke - hartke@samsontech.com
Zoom - zoom@samsontech.com


International Contacts:
For Samson Audio, Samson Wireless and Hartke please use our International Distributors Page to find the contact information of the Distributor for your country.

Posted on Aug 12, 2011

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Shipping Address:
Samson Technologies Corp.
45 Gilpin Avenue, Suite 100
Hauppauge, NY 11788


Phone Numbers:
Phone: 631-784-2200
Fax: 631-784-2201


Primary E-mail Contacts:
Information - info@samsontech.com
Sales - sales@samsontech.com
Support - support@samsontech.com
Literature Requests - literature@samsontech.com


Direct Brand E-mail Support:
Samson Wireless - wireless@samsontech.com
Samson Audio - audio@samsontech.com
Hartke - hartke@samsontech.com
Zoom - zoom@samsontech.com


International Contacts:
For Samson Audio, Samson Wireless and Hartke please use our International Distributors Page to find the contact information of the Distributor for your country.

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Change the samson airline 77 microphone for a AMT, for sax player


Unfortunately, you don't have enough information to go on to give you a definative answer.

The Sampson Aireline will plug onto ANY xlr type DYNAMIC mic and should work.

The one thing on the AMT Elite I found said it was a "condenser" type element which means it would NOT work with your Sampson setup. Condenser mics require a Phantom power arrangement to charge the element and operate the local FET input amplifier.

If you are trying to mic a violin, the Airline 77 that was for the dynamic mics is a very poor choice as it is low impedance. Most violin pickups use a Piezo pickup which requires VERY high impedance input amplifier.

For my wife's violin we use an Autolycus pickup and an X2 wireless sytem. The pickup comes from New Zeeland and the X2 is CD quality digital wireless link. You have to make your own connector at the violin for the X2 cable was intended for guitars.

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I just purchased a new Samson Airline 77. I think


you can look for the model number of your microphone here and download the manual from here:

http://safemanuals.com/zearchres_105.php

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