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Hi i cant set my microphones group or channel

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Look inside the battery compartment for the model number of the wireless system. Unfortunately, the SM58 is just the cartridge on the top and is used on nearly all Shure wireless systems. The model number might be under the battery and will be similar to PG2, SLX2, ULX2, etc.

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Hello,It all depends on the kind of mixer and microphone you are using.
Please describe the kind on mixer and microphone you are using so i can know how to help you out with a solution .

Hope you understand.

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