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Want to use 2 wireless mics, getting interference or something when both are turned on. Are there specific settings I should use?

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Its going to be dependent on the mics, any high-quality mics should have different channel options, ensuring that they are on seperate channels should fix any interference issues (unless the interference is coming from a different source)
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  • rollfilm May 26, 2011

    They are not XLR, they are jack mics, kinda cheap. Any advice?

  • Jordan Johnson
    Jordan Johnson May 26, 2011

    can you give me the make/model? or a serial #

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