I may be blasted for a non-sound-design question but since most of you have worked on movie sets and live productions I want to risk it anyway: (Hopefully Colin Hart sees this)
I have been trying to find a reliable wireless communication system to use for the shooting of a TV series. The range would need to be about 100 meters of quality RF signal that sounds good and is reliable.
On the sets and music shows I work on, the audio guys need to be communicating with the video guys, producer, director, etc. etc. You know the drill.
I was wondering what you guys have used in the past that you have found reliable, rugged, dependable and works well in terms of wireless communication systems?
I went to NAB to search for this type of thing but didn't come away too satisfied.
I have tried Clear-Comm already. They seem to be the best, though we still had a few problems with it.
Other systems I have used are just too faulty, sound horrible, and the headphone/mic and belt packs remind me of fisher-price toys and they break easily.
What have you guys used and consider quality wireless systems?
Thanks in advance!!