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Microphone cutting off

My microphone keeps cutting off. It's a brand new sm58 handheld mic which i bought just last week. But it keeps cutting off every now and again. I never syn it because if automatically picked up a channel. What should i do?

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Call Shure Applications Engineering at 800-516-2525, option 1. They can help you troubleshoot the problem. Have the wireless mic with you when you call them.

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Ensure the battery in the mic is 100% - low batteries can cause all sorts of symptoms. I wouldn't recommend anything other than a well known brand of Alkaline battery and definatley not rechanrgables.


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