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I have a set of Azden wireless microphone, WMS-PRO. The sound is very low. I got a tip to open them up and adjust a tiny screw labeled VR101 (trans) and VR2 (rec) that adjust pick up. But somehow I messed up and adjusted also a third screw by mistake. Of course, it's not transmitting/receiving anymore! Any way to reset?

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    johan ginyard Oct 14, 2013

    Thanks for the solution! I tried to adjust it while transmitting, but I couldn't get it right. I'll try again.

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The third screw was likely a frequency fine-tune adjustment. I would try having it turned on and transmitting, while carefully re-adjusting that third screw until it re-centered on the correct frequency.

On most wireless systems, sound level issues would only require making adjustmen to the reciever only, and if it's for stationary use, such as a PA system or mixing console, then better to leave it alone and boost the gain on the amp or console.

Considering the price of that particular model, if you don't need the reciever to be portable (such as for on-location vidiography), then I'd more strongly recomend spending only a little more for a more reputable, professional brand if you ever decide to upgrade or replace, like the "Sure SM-58" series that I now use.

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