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I have 4 Audio Technica mics in a rack and all have only been used about 30 times. Now one of the mics has no 'bass end' or gain. I've changed the batteries (we always use new batteries every show). I know it's not the PA because the other mics sound fine through the same channel on the desk. I've checked all of the leads and they are OK as well. I don't know if the problem is with the mic, or the receiver. Any clues?

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Hi,

The problem could be either your mic or the reciever, if all of the mic that was connecting to the receiver was not functioning the problem could be on the receiver. but if only one unit(mic) has not working this can only be the mic or the transmitter with it..

Hope this helps

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