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Dan McLean Jr aka, Magic Roadie
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On 2005-02-03 23:04, Regan wrote:
Your answer to my post above created another question or two. I hadn't even thought of a handheld wireless. If I were to get the handheld wireless, would I not have to get an extra beltpak transmitter to work with a headset. I have lots of handheld mics, but no wireless system, so I don't know much about them either. I was thinking that a handheld transmitter was in the mic itself, and that you did not get a beltpak transmitter with a handheld wireless system.

Usually, with an RF handheld, the transmitter is in the mic. So, if you initially buy a system with a handheld, then you'll have to buy a beltpack when you eventually bought a headset/earset. Again, not knowing your situation, I can't pretend to make value-based judgements for you, so I'm just giving you any info I think might ne helpful. Maybe I'm saying too much?

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Is omni-directional ok for the earset?

Yes. Some folks prefer omni, and some uni. I prefer omni unless gain-before-feedback is an issue, because, when feedback is not an issue, the sound of an omni is more consistent, and more predictable.

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Is the WH20 an omni or a uni?

Uni.
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On 2005-02-03 23:38, Dan McLean Jr aka, Magic Roadie wrote:


Usually, with an RF handheld, the transmitter is in the mic. So, if you initially buy a system with a handheld, then you'll have to buy a beltpack when you eventually bought a headset/earset. Again, not knowing your situation, I can't pretend to make value-based judgements for you, so I'm just giving you any info I think might ne helpful. Maybe I'm saying too much?
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Dan, you could never say too much for me. It's just that I ask too many questions. Smile

Thanks so much. You have been a great help. Your advice will weigh heavily on my decision. I am not sure yet which way I will go. I am just going to have to study everything and go with I think will be the best for me. Even with all the great information I have received here, I am still not sure what the best choice for me is.

Decisions, decisions.....

Regan
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