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I have a Airline 77 purchased about 5 years ago. Recently in all club venues the sound man is experiencing a lot of hiss and I seem to get alot of interference periodically. Wrote to Samson and the

Tried changing the squelch in all directions and no help. Still get periodic interference.

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Make sure the frequency of your system is still usable. The FCC has changed the spectrum used by wireless mic's and you may not be able to control intereference form other users.

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SOURCE: My Samson Airline UHF wireless kit is not working.

Make sure you are using ALKALINE batteries... rechargeables have lower voltage that does not work with a lot of these devices... Often the batteries are marked with the voltage they are intended to replace rather than their actual voltage. NiCad batteries only produce 1.25 volts and that is under what is required. The device will come on and immediately go off.

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