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kesemd1
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Hi
I need Wireless mic unit with 2 options
headset Wireless
and mic Wireless

I have PD-150PLUS

Thanks david
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Here's some of the microphone brands that I'm using... SHURE, SENHEISER, SAMSON... my head worn microphone is SHURE, my hand held mic is SENHEISER and my back up head worn microphone is SAMSON.

I'm using peavey escort sound system.

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Hello, David!
Virtually any wireless mic system will allow for use any style of mic. By the way, what do you mean by the second option, "mic Wireless"?
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On 2008-06-05 22:00, Dan McLean Jr aka, Magic Roadie wrote:
Hello, David!
Virtually any wireless mic system will allow for use any style of mic. By the way, what do you mean by the second option, "mic Wireless"?


I mean - I need connect to my pd-150 one system
unit with headset and regular mic Wireless

I interested single system Wireless wite headset and mic togther.
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I mean - I need connect to my pd-150 one system
unit with headset and regular mic Wireless

I interested single system Wireless wite headset and mic togther.

For the "regular" mic, I still don't know if you mean a handheld mic or a lav/lavalier/lapel mic.

Regardless, if you mean that you want to have a choice that will allow you to use one type on mic for one show, and the other type of mic for another show, pretty well any wireless system will allow that. If you want to be able to use both mics in the same show, then you need two receivers. That can be two receivers in a single package, but even those are, in fact, two receivers.

Does that help, David?
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Yes I need 1 receiver with headset and handheld on 1 package.
Thanks
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On 2008-06-07 08:04, kesemd1 wrote:
Yes I need 1 receiver with headset and handheld on 1 package.
Thanks

<<< ... if you mean that you want to have a choice that will allow you to use one type on mic for one show, and the other type of mic for another show, pretty well any wireless system will allow that. >>>
With this, you'll have three pieces, all set to the same frequency. One beltpack for the headset, one handheld, and one receiver.


<<< If you want to be able to use both mics in the same show, then you need two receivers. That can be two receivers in a single package, but even those are, in fact, two receivers. >>>
That's four pieces on two frequencies. A beltpack & receiver set to one frequency, and a handheld and receiver set to a second frequency. Again, those two receivers can be in a single package, but even those are, in fact, two receivers.
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All I can say is the more you spend the better it will be. Shure is a great brand. Their lower cost models are better than some companies top of the line.

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I ask if have receiver to use both mics in the same show- headset and other for give the child speak.

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Also, for a lower-cost, VERY EFFECTIVE microphone, you can check out Gemini.

Steve
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On 2008-06-07 23:59, kesemd1 wrote:
I ask if have receiver to use both mics in the same show- headset and other for give the child speak.

In that case, you need;
- a beltpack with a receiver set to one frequency
AND
- a handheld with a receiver set to a second frequency

Your PD-50 Plus has the two inputs that you'll need, and it also has a separate volume control for each one.

Good luck!
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Can you give me a link ?

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On 2008-06-08 09:32, kesemd1 wrote:
Can you give me a link ?

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Hello again, kesemd1!
First, you'll need a budget. Generally speaking, the more you can spend, the better off you'll be.

In my opinion, everyone should have a "scanning" UHF system.

Also, in my opinion, ignore all advice about brands or models until after you've stated your budget. After that, you'll still get a lot of bad advice, and it will be up to you to sift through all of it in order to make a decision. I rarely give any brand & model advice here, but always try to help people make good decisions by offering factual info.
Cheers from Toronto!
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Great advice. You should invest in a Mic the same way you would invest in your props or marketing material, as it will be a lot less of a hassel and truly make you look better!
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Hi Dan McLean
I have $300 to spend .
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On 2008-06-13 05:42, kesemd1 wrote:
Hi Dan McLean
I have $300 to spend .

Hello, kesemd1!
I don't give buying advice here, but I certainly would not buy any wireless systems that cost $150 each. In my opinion, the least expensive, yet still credible, wireless kits are $450 each.
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I find this - HELD MIC Wireless
it's good to my PA SYSTEM PD 150 PLUS ?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie......20085325
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I need help please.
Thank you
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I don't know this product, kesemd1, and I have no experience with the PD150. I'm sure someone else will chime in.
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