Which output should I use on my Audio-Technica wireless system, the XLR or the 1/4″?
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VHF vs UHF vs ISM vs UWB: Which Wireless System Works Best?
Question: What type of batteries should I use in my wireless system?
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Question: Which wireless microphones will work with an Audio-Technica wireless system?
What is a pilot tone?
What Is Tone Lock™ Squelch?
What is the squelch feature used for on my wireless system?
Wireless microphones are excellent tools for public speaking; handheld, clip-on and head-worn microphones all have benefits depending on the venue. Unfortunately, one of the more useful mic features – the mute switch – has always added complexity to wireless systems, especially if the audio system does not have an active sound operator at the mixer. When using a clip-on or head-worn microphone the mute switch is located on the body-pack transmitter that is usually worn near the user’s waist. This switch can pose a problem if the user has the transmitter covered with clothing or vestments. What is more, the visual indication of the mute status is often not easy to see regardless of whether the transmitter is covered or not.