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Individual wireless mics for a choir
July 17, 2007

(1) This is possible but is dependent on many technical matters.(2) With our premium wireless system (UHF-R Series), 100 simultaneous wireless systems ...

Antenna distro for 'L4' Series receivers
July 17, 2007

The WA405 will work with the L4 receivers. Use two WA380 antennas for mounting on mic stands. Note that the WA380 is available as three models: A, B, ...

Wireless microphones for PictureTel
July 17, 2007

Shure has many wireless microphones that may work. However, to be certain, we will need information about the PictureTel product. Please read the foll ...

Understand specs for input and output clipping
July 17, 2007

We do not understand what you mean by low level clipping. When a signal becomes too high for the electronics that it is going through, it clips and ca ...

Playing Very Old Cylinder Recordings
July 17, 2007

Shure phono products cannot be adapted to play Edison cylinders. We suggest you to search the World Wide Web for antique record player or antique radi ...

Heat and condenser mics
July 17, 2007

Condenser microphones can be used in temperatures up to about 130 degrees Fahrenheit and can be stored at temperatures up in the 150-160 degree Fahren ...

Wireless accordion
July 17, 2007

Any of our systems are available as guitar systems that would have a 1/4" cable to go into the transmitter. These should work for you. ...

Does the 503BG mic have an on off switch?
July 16, 2007

No, it does not. There are many ways to add an external switch. If this interests you, call Shure Applications at 847-600-8440 to discuss the differen ...

What's the best place for my guitar transmitter?
July 16, 2007

Most wireless transmitters are made of plastic. Though rugged, they will eventually crack based on your scenario of body slams. (The Shure U1 transmit ...

Impedance Match Low to High
July 16, 2007

In general, audio devices no longer require matched impedances. For more information, see the following link:Should I match impedances of my microphon ...