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Tech: Recommended radio mic headset system

GUEST,Herge 06 Mar 11 - 01:24 PM
eddie1 06 Mar 11 - 05:51 PM
s&r 06 Mar 11 - 06:00 PM
s&r 06 Mar 11 - 06:06 PM
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Subject: Tech: Recommended radio mic headset system
From: GUEST,Herge
Date: 06 Mar 11 - 01:24 PM

Hi any recommendation for a radio mic system with headset for use by a Ceilidh caller out front of house - to be used with 2 x BOSE L1 M2
PA system

Thanks

Herge


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Subject: RE: Tech: Recommended radio mic headset system
From: eddie1
Date: 06 Mar 11 - 05:51 PM

I don't have all the details but better to wait a while if you're in the UK.
The frequency is about to change making most headmikes currently on sale, useless from next year!

Eddie


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Subject: RE: Tech: Recommended radio mic headset system
From: s&r
Date: 06 Mar 11 - 06:00 PM

UHF most systems will do the job, get one with a diversity receiver for choice.

If your caller isn't used to a headset, watch out for moving in front of the FOH speakers - you can get horrendous feedback. Noisy breathing and coughing can be a nuisance. Many headset mics are tailored to give a rising frequency response so that the mic is worn to the side of the mouth where the hf is less. This takes some getting used to - the temptation is to stick the capsule in the front of your mouth - this gives a toppy sound and is more prone to popping. The method of fitting varies between manufacturers; some are more comfortable and stable than others. We currently use a Shure, which replaced a VHF audio technica.


Stu


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Subject: RE: Tech: Recommended radio mic headset system
From: s&r
Date: 06 Mar 11 - 06:06 PM

Some information here

Stu


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