I have at occasions used Multiple Shure slx with beta 58 where it makes a big bang noise or cracking noise at time when both are on and talked into.
I am soon going to need to use 9 slx headset for a stage event and want to know how can I sove this problem. I have never been able to more then 1 shure slx without any distortion band noise
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I may not be able to determine the real reason for the noise but one possibility is the frequencies of your SLX systems are not compatible. SLX is a system that can have about 12 channels work together simultaneously.
To make multiple wireless system work together at the same time, set up compatible frequencies is the most important. First of all please check if all receiver is operating in the same group, if not, there may have conflict of your frequencies and may cause interference.
The following is the set up procedure.
1) turn off all transmitter.
2) On the panel of the receiver, you should set the Group of all receivers to be the same.
3) to set up your first receiver, press menu button one time.
4) if you see the "Auto Channel Select", then press the select button to perform the auto scan. The receiver will search a clean frequency.
4) turn on your first transmitter and sync with the receiver
5) let your first transmitter remain turned on
6) for your second receiver, perform the auto scan again. At this moment, your 2nd receiver should "see" you first transmitter and avoid its frequency.
7) IR sync your 2nd transmitter
8) follow the same procedure to setup the reset of SLX system