Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Have you run an RF scan in the building you're using the in-ear monitors to see what the spectrum looks like? Shure has a nice tool on their website to do that. Once you identify the available frequencies, try changing the transmitter & receiver to one of these new frequencies and I'm sure you're problem will be solved. That IF indeed this is an RF problem.
Posted on Apr 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Popping over the house speakers.
Has it always done this or recently started?
Try to determine if the popping is coming from the words spoken into it, or if you get popping from simply moving the mic and cable around. if you get popping from simple movement, there is a chance that the mic needs to be replaced. We use these in our church, and over the last 6 years I've had to replace about 6 of them...sometimes they go bad in the wire, sometimes inside of the mic. The wires are so thin, excessive use wears them out sometimes. Depending on the model countryman that you are using...I've seen them become disconnected where the mic. meets the wire...some can disconnect here beneath a rubber coupling...if you have this model, make sure that it is properly seated.
If there are no shorts in the mic or cable, and you only hear the popping while speaking into it, you may need to filter out the low end on this channel only (everything below about 120hz - 180hz)...and try using a wind shield to help control this.
Hard to troubleshoot without being there, but I hope this gives you a few good ideas.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
I hope this is similar:http://www.trantec.co.uk/PDFs/Wiring_for_Mini_XLR.pdf This is their tech link:http://www.trantec.co.uk/html/p_Tech_Info.htm Here is the beltpak info:http://svc226.bne095u.server-web.com/manuals/Senn500.htm Hope this helps somewhat.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
To repair the on/off switch of the handhelt it would cost abt 15 minutes and $2,00 for the switch.
So that would be $20-25.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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