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Audiotechnica atw 3110 with lavalier mic at 898 on wire instrument usualy works fine but on stage wery often sound form instrument with it start to transmit dirty sound some distorsion, like two untuned wire playing togather, we try everything (rescaning, reset all, remove mobiles phone from it and all that use wireless freq.) but no solution please help......

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Try changing frequencies, also make sure that the mic and the reciever are on the same frequency, what it sounds like to me is that it is set to the adjacent frequency, also be sure the batteries are fully charged.

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