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I purchased 6 receivers of this model, I need to get the mics...Even if I got them, is it posible for them to work, in other other words Can I adjust them to the receivers' frequencies? And if so, would you happen to know where I can purchase them? Thanks

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Normally the mics and receivers are sold as a unit but replacement mics can be bought separately.
However the ATW-R11 has been discontinued so may now be hard to find.

This model has 20 available frequencies so you should be able to change frequencies okay.
NOTE - you will require a license for these frequencies

Posted on Feb 25, 2011

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