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Utilizing two microphones

I have two AKG microphones in the same building that are on the same frequency and interfere with each other. Is there a way to change the frequency of one of them?

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Re: Utilizing two microphones

I run the WMS 450 systems- basically the same as the 400. These units are frequency selectable. change the frequency on the reciever, then transmit the new frequency to the mic via the infer-red sensors:

Unlock the reciever by holding down the middle button until lock dissapears (if Lock is on screen)
Navigate the menu to the frequency selection page (looks like [AU B1 C1] "i think")
AU is a country selection, "not really important" e.g. AU = Australia
B1 is a bank number
C1 is the channel number in the bank
Just change the bank or channel number (these represent preset frequencies)
when you select the new frequency "PROG IR?" appears
Get your beltpack or HH set to prog/mute
line up the infer-red sensors
Start PROG IR on the reciever
The reciever should then send the new frequency information to the mic
"IR OK" should appear if succesfull
It does not work everytime so turn the mic off and on and transmit again.

I hope this will help,

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Re: Utilizing two microphones

No, when you buy multiple wireless mics you have to select different channels per unit if you want to use them on the same stage.

hope this helps
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