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The audio kept cutting in and out while using the Samson Stage 5T 3-in-1 Headset Wireless. It lost audio for about 30 seconds at a time. At the time, it was connected to a Samson MR 1064 Mixer that was connected to a USB DUal Pre amp, which was connected to a Macbook pro. We were recording the sound via Soundtrack. When we tested the wireless headset mic out again days later it worked perfectly fine. We've been using it for about a year now and it had never done that until the other day. We're just trying to figure out what could have gone wrong that one time, and how we can keep that from happening again. Thanks.

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The unit is SUBJECT to radio interference from other systems in the area such as high power taxicab radios for example and other services. 30 seconds might be about the time for a radio transmission. The system, while being interfered with, likely will NOT generate audible sounds and due to the squelch algorithm may MUTE the system.
Sorry, but you are a SECONDARY user per FCC definition and they are licensed and you are sharing bandwidth. You cannot interfere with them, but they can interfere with you. You should probablly get a UHF system that has less chance of interference. While recording, frankly I would be wired, not wireless. I am both an electrical engineer nd a HAM so I am aware of these problems.

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