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cybervoix cybervoix
Publié le 05/26/06 à 05:32
I bought 2 Systm AKG PT 40 with PR 40 diversity receiver autonomous
Reporting to the video -
I am of the reliability of the signal -
Indeed there are often noise, micro cuts, mini dcrochages and without work moves away from the transmitter trs!?
(No more than 15 20 meters) -
Systm attention each has only one frquence therefore always have a fallback (micro wire) when working in rural HF polu ....
For the price you can not ask him too .... for the door, but when it's the same AKG they could treat the signal Pitre distance.
Other than that the microphone is lavallire attention to mini Bonette that are easily lost and are not easy to find (they must be worth 30 euros spices!) - The Receivers comes with a set of cable solutions to address all connections (mixer-camra general public (mini jack) amp jack (6.35) -

A prcaution used with ... always a CONTRL ear headphones.
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