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Andy Leviss
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Thanks for looking that up, Dennis! That's what always confuses me; the B3 is larger than the B6, even though 3 is a smaller number. Now that I think of it, it makes sense, because the B3 came out first, so the numbers go sequentially (no, there wasn't a 4 or 5).

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I hope everyone realizes the wealth of information that Andy and Dan are providing. In my opinion they go above and beyond the call. Thanks guys and keep up the good work.
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If you go to this link

http://www.sennheiserusa.com/pages/markets/pro.htm

and find the link to Handy guide to evolution wireless systems (PDF) you will get a nifty guide to wireless microphones in general and the evolution series in particular. I got one at an equipment show this morning and it has a lot of good info.
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I for one am using the Country Man E-6 and it really is the best mic that I have ever had. The sound is great and you cannot even tell you have a mic on your ear.

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Yeah, the Countryman E6 is a very nice mic! It's one of the most fragile and expensive mics out there, but it is tiny, sits close to the mouth (for good "gain-before-feedback"), and comes in four "flesh" tones.
http://www.countryman.com/
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Anyone know where the cheapest place I can find a 100 series Sennheiser system and Countryman mic?
Andy Leviss
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Hey dude, long time no see! Try Klay Andersen, out of Utah. http://www.klay.com

Tell him I sent you--I don't get anything out of it, but I like to support the good guys, and Klay's one of the good guys. Good prices, good service, and he'll give you honest advice if you have questions about what you need and call him up.

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VHF vs. UHF

Any new information for 2010?
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Dan McLean Jr aka, Magic Roadie
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On 2010-02-14 11:07, Neznarf wrote:
VHF vs. UHF

Any new information for 2010?

Not that I can think of.
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Are VHF channels being digitized making VHF obsoleted?

And if so, When?
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