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The most recent articles in the Help & Support section.

  • Shure Radio/Wireless IEM & Microphone Frequency Charts +

    Below is a really useful link to the Shure UK website. If you open this link and scroll down the page you will find you can download ALL the available Shure UK Systems Frequency Charts - https://www.shure.co.uk/support/frequencies  Read More
  • Allen & Heath QU-32 +

    With its responsive touchscreen, 33 motor faders and acclaimed AnalogiQTM recallable preamps, Qu-32 combines exceptional ease of use with class-leading audio performance.   Read More
  • 50ohm or 75ohm Antenna Coax Cable? +

    Can I use 75ohm instead of 50ohm coax cabling on my radio microphone and in ear monitoring equipment? It's all the same isn't it? It shouldn't matter, or does it? Well actually it does matter. Some of you I suspect reading this article just want a Yes/No answer? in that case the short answer is don't mix 50ohm/75ohm cabling or equipment together. For anyone who might like to know the reason why it matters please continue reading... Experiments were conducted Read More
  • Radio/Wireless Mic Hire & Sales - Beginners Guide Q&A's +

    So you are looking to hire (or buy for that matter) some Radio/Wireless microphones and you don't really understand what you will get or the additional equipment you will need to complete the system? Well look no further as we explain things for you.. Firstly do you have a suitable sound reinforcement system or do you need this as well? Sound Reinforcement Equipment: A sound reinforcement system is the loudspeakers and amplifiers along with audio mixer required to connect the Read More
  • Sennheiser G4 Series +

    The latest sennheiser G4 series offers a reliable solution for stage and conference use, available with a selection of microphone types to suit any Condenser microphone technology designed for the stage: This system's microphone capsule is based on the well-known evolution e865 or e965 condenser. With a wide frequency response and high sensitivity, this is the elite handheld model in the G4 100 series. With excellent sound and simple operation, this system delivers all the emotion and passion of the performer Read More
  • Sennheiser ew-G1 & G2 Ch67-70 Frequencies +

    Sennheiser EW G1 & G2 (Channels 66 - 70) (Pilot Tone ON) 830 - 865 MHz UHF Frequency Chart ONLY frequencies 863 - 865MHz are now legal to use in the UK. ALL other frequencies shown in the lists below are now illegal to use in the UK.   Note: Do NOT Mix Banks! Select Bank Then Set Up To 20 Frequencies From Chosen Bank.   G2 Bank 1 G2 Bank 2 G2 Bank 3 G2 Bank 4 G2 Bank 5 Ch 01 Read More
  • Trantec S5.3 & S5.5 Ch67-70 Frequencies +

    Trantec S5.3/S5.5 (Band D3: 830.000 - 865.000 MHz) UHF Frequency Chart. ONLY frequencies 863 - 865MHz are now legal to use in the UK. ALL other frequencies shown in the lists below are now illegal to use in the UK. Trantec S5.3 Systems (Ch 01 - 12 TV Channel 69 - 70)Trantec S5.5 Systems (Ch 01 - 24 TV Channel 67 - 70) Do NOT Mix Banks! Select Bank then set up to 12 (S5.3) or 24 (S5.5) frequencies from chosen bank.   Bank 1 Bank Read More
  • Sennheiser 1081-3 UHF-VHF Frequencies +

    VHF: Lo Band UK (Those Marked * License Free ~ Those Marked ** License Required)   Ch 01:   173.800 MHz * Ch 02:   174.100 MHz * Ch 03:   174.500 MHz * Ch 04:   175.000 MHz * Ch 05:   176.400 MHz ** Ch 06:   177.000 MHz **   VHF: Hi Band 'A' UK   Ch 01:   191.900 MHz ** Ch 02:   192.800 MHz ** Ch 03:   193.000 MHz ** Ch 04:   193.000 MHz ** Ch 05:   193.000 MHz ** Ch 06:   193.000 MHz **   VHF: Hi Band 'B' UK   Ch 01:   199.700 MHz ** Ch Read More
  • Attaching Microphones for Theatre Use... +

      Microphone Placement & Positioning The best placement for miniature microphones used in theatrical productions is to attach them to the persons head. This can be done in a number of ways, the most popular being with various skin coloured tapes available from your local chemist and other stores. The microphones can also be held in place with hair grips and/or held in place under a wig or with elasticated string etc. The best position is to run the microphone Read More
  • Sennheiser ew-G3 Ch70 Set of 6 Frequencies +

    Sennheiser G3 Wireless Microphone Systems 6 Frequency Set on License Free Channel 70. Ch 01: 863.100 MHzCh 02: 863.400 MHzCh 03: 863.750 MHzCh 04: 864.225 MHzCh 05: 864.550 MHzCh 06: 864.975 MHz Read More
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  • Radio/Wireless Mics - News

    We now stock for both Hire & Sales some new wireless mic systems offering the

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  • Linea Research - Power Amplifiers & Loudspeaker Management Systems

    We are very pleased to announce we are now able to supply for both Hire

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  • New Technology Radio/Wireless Mics

    We can now offer some of the very latest wide band radio/wireless microphone systems offering

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  • Allen & Heath QU-32

    With its responsive touchscreen, 33 motor faders and acclaimed AnalogiQTM recallable preamps, Qu-32 combines exceptional

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