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10.03.2011| By Shure Notes|
The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes for Houses of Worship, Issue #47 (October 3, 2011). There was a time when understanding pro audio and having a good pair of ears was enough to handle most church audio challenges. Then, wireless systems came into their own and changed the landscape. Touring acts may have the luxury of a dedicated RF coordinator, but few, if any, churches do. We asked Shure’s Monitor Man Michael Johns for his advice on the essentials, and here’s what he had to say. Usually the person responsible for getting …
04.19.2010| By Shure Notes|
Five Troubleshooting Tips Gain set-up is crucial for the proper operation of the wireless transmitter.Handheld transmitters can be overdriven by a vocal presenter if the gain is set too high and under-driven if the gain is set too low. Both situations can lead to poor results. Always try to adjust for the talent of the day – not all talent are the same; some sing or speak softly requiring more initial gain and others are very loud and require minimal gain. Body-pack transmitters are frequently used with guitars that have a higher output and therefore …
02.05.2007| By Shure Notes|
The popularity of wireless microphone systems continues to grow on a daily basis. This growth is unfortunately paralleled by many other forms of wireless technology, including cellular phones, paging systems, and additional TV stations. As the available radio frequency spectrum continues to get increasingly crowded, the potential for interference in wireless microphone systems also increases, causing headaches for both the end user, and the sound system installer, and the audio consultant. Given the increasingly unpredictable nature of wireless technology, an RF (Radio Frequency) scanner can be an extremely useful tool for any installation employing wireless …