Question about Samson AH1 Professional Headset
We use it for fitness classes. We've had this transmitter replace twice now and it will have to be replaced for a third time now. The first time it was a default in the receiver. We sent it back got a new one but this time it's the transmitter that's not working. The instructor teach an hour class and at the beginnig of the class you can hear the instructors lound and clear but after about half hour the instructor has to keep turning the volume up on our sound board and by the time the hour class is up the volume is at the highest it can be until not sound come through at all. The way to explain the problem it's like if we were using a low batterie, it gets weaker and then it just stops working because there's no juice left in it. IT that makes any sense!!
THE PROBLEM YOU ARE DESCRIBING HERE IS A FADING VOLTAGE ISSUE, TRANSCIEVERS DON'T FADE OUT LIKE THIS, THEY JUST QUIT AND END OF STORY, YOU MAY HAVE A BATTERY CAPACITY ISSUE, THIS MAY BE DUE TO A DEFECTIVE BATTERY
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
I understood that its operating with a tiny triple A battery and it suposed to have a 14 hours autonomy ...in your case the only thing that might go wrong is the power...and the cause that the batteries are going emmpty so fast may be only two.:
first ..if you use a rechargeable one ..it didnt was well formatted and you can not do anything about now ...or if you use regular..they are probably not so high quality ...use more expensive alkaline ...
other cause might be a short-circuit some where inside...and its squeezing the juice put from the battery more quickly that is suppose
If the only symptom is this ...and the mic works fine ..there could be no other cause ..
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
It is not known why, but the older Airline 77 has been discontinued by Samson. It could be that the model was faulty by design, hence the multiple returns. I would have Samson send you a newer, currently supported model or they will just keep sending out the faulty 77.
The 77 should last 14 hours according to Samson on the AAA battery. Ensure they are sending out a current model of the 77 if you must have it replaced a third time.
Could it be that the instructor is moving further from the receiver? If not, it does sound very much a battery issue. Are you using new, non-rechargeable batteries? These should work fine. Otherwise it is a fault.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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