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Hi friends, I have a Shure UT4-TE 598.625MHz (receiver) and a UT1-TF 600.800 MHz (body transmiter). The original transmiter was lost and I bought this one on EBay. I need to match the frequencies to use it again. What can I do for it?

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The following company can change the frequencies for you:

Delta Audio 773-764-3634

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