Avoiding Feedback: July 2016 Question of the Month

Do you have an audio issue that’s driving you nuts? Are you wondering which mic, wireless system, headphone, or phono cartridge is best for you? You’re not alone.

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Choosing a Wireless Microphone & Avoiding Feedback

Rodney in California asked for a recommendation for a wireless microphone for a monthly indoor/outdoor event at which participants walk around the space using the mic to make announcements and give out raffle prizes. His primary concern is avoiding feedback.

We contacted Rodney to discuss the specifics of his needs in more detail, but there’s something important in the question that our product support team wants to make sure everyone understands: feedback is not a function of a microphone being wired or wireless.

Check out their Collection of Feedback Troubleshooting Hints and Links, which includes over a dozen helpful documents.

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Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott started singing at Shure and now sings wherever they'll let her. She wishes she were Brandi Carlile, Neko Case, and Johnny Cash all rolled up in a voice box. Her favorite mic is the BETA®87A. Interviews with product developers and general Shure news are her beat.

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