Question about Ranger Martin WM 200 Rechargeable VHF Wireless Microphone System Microphone
Using either balanced or unbalanced out puts of the WM200 ( canon or 6-5mm Jack plugs) into the PA (which is a Yamaha EWM66M series PA) I am getting what appears to be a constant hum through the system even though the Mics are not in use.....this noise lessens a little if I take the Mics out of the charger locations on the WM200 but still cannot use the system. Soon as I power up the WM200 unit I get the noise.....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Because of the very wide dynamic range of the human voice, specially when singing, the microphone you use, needs to be smart(usually expensive) to do the job properly. When going cordless, the electronics needs to be even smarter. A windscreen will not solve the problem.
I do not know of ANY low-cost radio mic that would not frustrate you for ever and a day. Rather spend a little more and be happy.
If allowed, I can introduce you to a very budget tipe entry level radio mic, that would work much better: Beyerdynamic OPUS 168 mk2 This mic works on a diversity UHF frequancy that receives a very clear signal for at least 100 feet. It also works with a "compander" , that improves the dynamic range. You will propably pay about $300 for it, but it will last lots of years with much less frustations. Sorry, there is no inexpensive way out on this one. PA Master
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
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Thats because your Rf is powerful on high settings..try taping a AM radio "ferrite bar" to your coax in the back of radio for "RF filtering". Keep your power supply 15 inches away from radio. I recommend unhooking talkback on radios (it always causes feedback). But make sure speaker is good distance from the radio. I'd say 10 feet or so, behind radio. Change external speakers or add one with a long cord.
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
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I am guessing that you are running a PS2 Blue Disc Game. Blue colored discs tend to run faster than Silver or gold. Accepted method for cutting the hum down is to put a piece of Tape on the label side of the disc. jkeep trying that until the disc gets a good balance. I just put up with the Hum and do not invest a lot of time in trying to get the hum out. Thats the solution though, your Blue Disc is unbalanced.
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