Wireless Microphone Systems
for Live Theatre
All our current systems have fairly good to great auto scanning capabilities and it is usually best to utilize these, especially if you are using other wireless systems - mics, in ear monitors, walkie talkies etc. We no longer preconfigure any of our systems except the SHURE SLX (we don't love their Auto Scan function) as it is easier for you to set up once in location talking into account you local environment which will be much more reliable than anything we preset.
When scanning for suitable frequencies
What do do if a receiver says it cannot find an available space in which to operate.
Then we will have to repeat the process for every transmitter in use.
Longer rental periods, more channels, microphone and antenna upgrades - all available
It keeps getting harder and more complex to mange wireless systems. Why?
As a result it is often necessary to use computer programs to calculate available channels to set your systems to.
Shure's RF Workbench software is the go to tool if you have a variety of brands and models to co-ordinate. If you are using more homogenous systems the major manufacturers have there own tools or lists of compatible frequencies for various areas.
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