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My shure wireless microphone is popping and losing sound intermintely.

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Change your battery with fresh one(alkaline battery is good)-change  location of your receiver far from metal things-and try-put your receiver in a level of overhead of audience in clear place.

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Is this unit a handheld mic or a lav? What model? There are a number of reasons for this type of symptom so any additional info would be helpful. For example, does this occur all the time? Only when you are far away from the receiver? More often when it is hot?

Dan

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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    I have a UC1 bodypack that is humming like crazy - worst when it's hot. I have great rf rcption on both of the rf channel indicators.. help!

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