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When you buy a single Sennheiser ew 100 G3 wireless microphone system and set it up, it will typically work really well right out of the box. However, if you buy two wireless systems and try to use them both without adjusting the settings, there’s a good chance you’ll run into trouble.
Join B&H's Rob Rives as he checks out the new Sony DWZ Digital Wireless Audio Systems, designed to be an affordable option for presenters, vocalists and guitar or bass players in smaller venues. Rob takes a look at the way this line-of-sight system works and talks about its features and limitations. He also examines and demonstrates the four different DWZ sets to help you figure out which one might be right for your needs.
Certain pieces of equipment build strong reputations totally organically, through positive word-of-mouth recommendations from user to user, and Sennheiser’s ew 100 G3 wireless microphones are a perfect example of this.
Sony has just announced the arrival of two new DWZ Series 2.4 GHz digital wireless packages to their DWZ line of wireless products. The DWZ-M70 Vocal/Speech Set and the DWZ-B70HL Headset and Lavalier Set are designed to provide wireless audio solutions for musicians, churches, schools and corporate applications.
As Digital Signal Processors (DSP) and wireless technology continue to advance independently, manufacturers are striving to design products integrating a symbiosis of both. This was a clear theme among live-sound products being introduced this year at NAMM. Go Digital or Go Home!
Nearly every kind of videographer needs a dependable wireless microphone for their camera, but none of them need unnecessary headaches. Shure recently released a new product called the FP Wireless System, which makes it easier than ever to avoid the unwanted audio problems from which all wireless microphones suffer.
Today's digital recording equipment is more accurate than ever at capturing audio with vivid and crisp detail, however, videographers quickly discover that it's usually the distracting noises that get captured the most vividly and crisply.