Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'radio mic'.
I've heard it said that the Micron Explorer radios are indistinguishable from mics in the top flight (lectros, 2040s zaxcoms etc) but lack many of the broadcast mic features (signal sweep, bass cut etc) Has anyone tried them? I'm looking to get five radios and the saving on the explorers would be significant but only if the sound is up to broadcast standards. Thanks Simon Forbes
I need to buy an I.e.m. and since many people use the G3 sennheizer system I think I'll go with that one, although I notice that the radio mic kit is significantly cheaper than the i.e.m kit whilst seemingly only lacking a twist volume control. It seems to me to make sense to buy the radio mic kit and use the front panel buttons as the volume control thereby giving myself the option of a spare mic for emergencies and a spare £100 too. Have I missed something? All the best Simon Forbes
Hello everyone I'm starting soon a documentary and i know i will be relaying heavily on radio mics for the main character. I just got told today he is got a BIG beard. I just wanted to hear tips and recommendations for dealing with this. I know a beard might not be a massive sound barrier, but i'm scared about noise of it against clothes. Should i go in the chest under beard or in the beard? Thanks in advance Diego Sanchez www.soundiego.co.uk
Hi Everyone, Please forgive me if this is the wrong particular Forum for this question but I'm new here Does anyone have any knowledge of which radio mic frequencies are ok in the Turls & Caicos Islands? At the moment I have UK compatible equipment which works across 606 to 631 MHz. Kind regards, JM