When singing into my ATW-T52 wireless mic, it leaves gaps or blank spaces in the transmission. I have 2 of these mics and receivers and both have the same problem. I have used this model mic before and it worked well. I do not have a user manual how do I solve this?
It is very common to have the squelch on the receiver set at full or much too high. With the audio output unplugged or at least turned all the way down, and with the transmitter turned off, locate the squelch control - you may need a screwdriver depending on which model of receiver you have. Turn the squelch control counter-clockwise until the TX light turns on, then turn it back up just past the point where it turns back off. If you turn it all the way down and the TX light doesn't come on, that's okay. If you get blasts of noise occasionally when the transmitter is turned off, then set the squelch a little (only a little) higher until it stops.
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I have the same problem in my ATW T52, in st by its ok (the rf leds show perfect signal) but when i set in on the af level start punch and i hear in the monitor a noise like a heartbeat (pum-pum-pum....) Please any answer for this problem
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A common problem that SOME have is due to the foam windscreen inside the metal screen rubbing the diaphram of the mic.
Unscfew the dome screen and make sure the foam is out agaist the scree everywhere.
If the dome has become dented, this is my cure: Temporarily remove the foam sheet inside the dome. Put the dome over the handle of a Crescent wrench (has about the right contour). Pound on the screen with a RUBBER mallet, rotating the screen as it reforms! Good as new! Replace the foam sheet and reassemble!
Some of these have a body cover that just unscrews off, and expose a set of rotary channel and group selector that you can turn with a small flat screw driver. Match to the new numbers letters on the receiver. If it is the LED type you just need to hold the ch or grp button down until the display flashes then just toggle through the codes.
Hi im joe, Regarding your concern the ET 3000 magic sing does not have background vocals at all. The manufacturer design the magic sing for sing along purposes only but they are now improving there future products to have that feature with background vocals.
It really depends on where you will be using the microphone and and whether it is just going to be used for fun at home or in a club oor for recording?
Some golden rules for microphone selection.
1) Make sure the microphone is Uni-Directional. This means it will only pick up sound from the direction it points in. You are less likely to get feedback or background intereference.
2) For a vocalist, make sure the mic is a reasonable size. If it is too small and you need to hold it, after a while it becomes fiddly and uncomfortable.
3) When singing always use a foam hood or pop filter with the microphone. This will reduce explosive sounds on the letter "P" etc.
4) Choose a microphone with a wide frequency response but not too much bass which can make vocals sound boomy.
5) Finally, the microphone must have a reasonable dynamic range so that if you suddenly shout it does not distort excessively, but it will also work when you speak or sing softly.
hi there..if there is video and background audio coming out from the TV, and no voice recognition from the mic- then mic is the problem. I believed the problem is the "voice coil". This is a part that can be replaced- you can contact me and we can repair that.
two ways to check remove the mic ball the part which the mic ball is is covering is the voice coil. try holding both terminals (black and white wire)- if there is feedback sound- it is open and need to be replaced try using your tester- test the impedance- there should be 500- 600 ohms reading
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