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Shure wireless headset microphone

The wireless transmitter is a Shure Wireless PGX 1, and the receiver is a Shure performance gear wireless PGX 4. I have had this setup for about two years, but have never experienced any problems. It seems like there could be a loose connection in the transmitter pack. It will make a few popping noises and then I will lose the sound completely.

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The most likely problem is a bad connection between the jack and the internal PC board. If you can solder, you may be able to resolve this yourself. Be careful NOT to alter any of the internal coils. Try resoldering the connector and update this if that fails to resolve the problem.

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Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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