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11 Jul, 2019

Find out what spoiled the wireless transmission and caused the dropout

It can not be denied that wireless system provides great convenience. But just like any other electronics, it is possible to escape from glitch, which is cutout or dropout for a wireless system. What we can do is to help reduce the chances that you will experience a dropout during live. Too many factors will have impact on the performance...

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10 Jul, 2019

Six things need for notice when setup a wireless system

You will feel more like it for setup a wireless system after paying a bit more attention to six things.    1.Power issue Low voltage brings up problem, like cutouts, dropouts or distortion. Lithium-ion batteries outlast Ni-Mh and Ni-Cad ones. Because of up to 20% less voltage output, rechargeable battery is far from ideal option as it seems to be. So if budget allows, one-time use...

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08 Jul, 2019

Mic in, line in or AUX in, which one you should plug in a microphone?

First off, let me walk you through the differences between all these three input that you can normally find on a mixer or speaker. What differs them is the signal intensity, what we call signal level. There are basically four types of signal level. Microphone signal has the weakest voltage, typically just a few ten-thousandths of a volt. But it will vary...

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05 Jul, 2019

K667 FAQs

Q: Can I use it with smartphone or tablet/iPad?  A: No, the 3.5mm output connector of K667 is TRS plug and the mic itself need 5V power to work. It means that you can only hook it up with computer that has dedicated 3.5mm MIC jack.       Q: Can I use it with speaker that has 3.5mm AUX jack or plug it into...

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05 Jul, 2019

K025 FAQs

Q: How to reset K025 microphone? A: You can follow step-by-step tutorial on K025 problem-solving playlist: http://bit.ly/k025problemsolving   Q: What type of battery does it use?  A: The mic needs 2pcs AA 1.5V batteries, while the receiver (the part being plugged into the speaker) uses 2pcs AAA 1.5V batteries. When power runs low, the microphone screen will flash and receiver indicator will flash green light....

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