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  1. Electronic Equipment
    I know there is a newer post about best mics live but looking at a wireless system that is durable and affordable. Would like to stay under $500 but trying to get a realistic idea on the best bang for the buck. Thanks!
  2. Electronic Equipment
    http://www.samsontech.com/samson/products/wireless-systems/airline-atx/airline-awx/ I've been using this live for awhile now, I was previously using the Airline 77 so I'll compare against that. Here's my thoughts: Transmitter unit: Mic quality is very good on this, better than the airline...
  3. Electronic Equipment
    Anybody own an SD Systems LCM 89 wireless mic system? Interested in selling it? Please PM me. Thanks.
  4. Misc. Saxophone Discussion
    Hi, Does anyone in or near the Chicago, IL area own several different clip-on wireless saxophone microphone systems such as SD Systems 89, AMT (any saxophone model from AMT), Shure, Sennheiser, AKG, Samson, or any others? I'm looking for a new wireless clip-on mic, and there is no practical...
  5. Electronic Equipment
    Hello All- I'm currently using a Samson Airline 77 wireless system with my tenor on GB gigs. The sound produced through the fronts is 'okay' (even with a lot of EQ work), however, the room noise picked up by the mic is almost unbearable. It is especially noticeable in my in-ear monitors. The...
  6. Electronic Equipment
    hey everyone, i'm looking at getting a wireless setup going for live performances, as i play at a lot of club venues and large stages, and it's really restricting just standing behind a mic on a stand with all this extra space around me. i have heard a lot of talk about the AMT Wi5 and ROAM set...
  7. Electronic Equipment
    Ok, there's a lot of action going on about wireless mic setups (for sax) and which ones are best and all of that, and I'm interested because I want to buy one in the next month. Let's get it right down to the grit and decide which wireless mic setup is best. First, though, some rules. 1) The...
  8. Electronic Equipment
    I mated a DPA 4099S microphone with the Sennheiser EW 172G3 receiver/body pack system. I bought the kit for the guitar as I did not need to pay for another microphone. The system works great. When at a gig, I use the DPA DAD6034 adapter to link the mic to the body pack. The SK100 body pack...
  9. Working Sax Pros
    i know i posted a similar thread to this before but this time a wanted specific info on clip on mics. i'm very strongly considering buying one as i frequently find myself moving around on gigs and ending up of mic. however i really know NOTHING about sound engineering as normally ill just play...
  10. Electronic Equipment
    I've got two SM98 wired mics, they have the thin mic cable that connects to the battery pack, the battery pack connects to the mixing board via standard XLR mic cable. I would like to convert them to wireless. I found an old post at the Shure support site that says "All Shure systems can be...
  11. Electronic Equipment
    I hope I have posted this in the correct section. I was looking at a fairly cheap wireless system and came across this from Thomann. T Bone TWS 16 BT http://www.thomann.de/gb/the_tbone_tws_16_bt_854_mhz.htm?sid=dfd9b7abd60aec4948893686952d54b0 Have googled the hell out of it but can find no...
  12. Misc. Accessories
    I'm looking into purchasing a mic to use for gigs with a band I am forming. I'm limited with cash, but will spend what I need to have a decent microphone. I would prefer a wireless microphone, but really anything that will amplify my sound nicely and that isn't too complicated will work. I...
  13. Electronic Equipment
    I'm a reggae band, and the horns are myself on Tenor Sax and a Trombone player. We are both Interested in going wireless for the stage, and were wondering if such a system exists that supports two wireless instrument mics, and two outputs for a mixer. Thanks.
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