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FIVE TOP TIPS for RADIO MIC HIRE

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(1) Be as specific as possible about what you need. What kind of transmitters are required (Hand Held? Lapel/Tie-Clip? Headworn? Instrument?) and how many of each?

(2) Do you or your client have a preferred brand of radio microphone – Sennheiser? Shure? AKG? Sony? If so is there a preferred model – G3 / 2000 / QLXD / UHF-R / DMS700?

(3) Consider the space(s) that the equipment will be working in. Is it large or fragmented enough to require an antenna distribution system with remote directional antennae?

(4) If you have other wireless equipment that the hire kit will be working with (such as in-ear systems) it is crucial to let your supplier know the operating frequencies so that they can create a harmonised frequency plan for your event.

(5) If you are uncertain about what you need or what you can achieve with your budget, do make sure that you speak to an experienced supplier with helpful & friendly staff.

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