- Subject: Going Wireless
- From: wmharps@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 12:39:03 US/Central
If you want to just *try* wireless without dropping a bundle of dough -- a good
rig sells for hundreds of dollars new -- you can pick up a cheap Chinese
manufactured wireless setup for less than $20. I got one off ebay.
These are not in any sense professional grade systems, they are susceptible to
all manner of interference, have a limited range, don't allow selectable
frequencies to avoid other wireless devices, and have notoriously crummy
microphones. But they do work, you can usually plug in a different mic, and
they can give you a sense of what I wireless can do for you. One combination I
like is to use a tieclip lavalier mic with the wire run up my sleeve and
plugged into the belt pack on the back. The receiver sits on the amp, and can
be plugged into a power supply. It can be good, cheap fun!
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