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Convert traditional HiFi to wireless?

First, you will need to provide a power amplifier for each different speaker cabinet. You did not mention what model you have so we don't know what power, what kind of processing, etc. you would need. ...
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How do sound designers for musicals avoid bleed?

Musical theatre, more often than not, uses head-worn lavalier microphones that are positioned very close to the mouth. This gives a much greater signal-to-noise ratio for the Front-of-House mixer to ...
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What should I take into account when I want to switch to wireless sub/speakers?

Advantages: saves you rolling out 2 long cables. Disadvantages: it's a 2.4 GHz system so there's potential for interference from wifi. they add a bit of delay, although 4 ms is not horrendous. ...
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Wireless system frequencies in Europe (as of 2020)

Sennheiser maintains a compilation of available frequency ranges and whether particular license is needed, country by country: https://en-us.sennheiser.com/sifa named “Sennheiser International ...
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Wireless system frequencies in Europe (as of 2020)

For Denmark, rules (band assignments) for PMSE will change 2020-04-04 (between 3. and 4. of April). The "700 MHz" band, primarily used for 'Digital Terrestrial TV' (DTV, from transmitters placed on ...
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Is it possible to combine wireless transmitters and receivers of different brands?

It is sometimes possible, but not advisable, to transmit from a wireless audio transmitter designed by one manufacturer, to a wireless audio receiver made by a different manufacturer. Cross-...
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Is it possible to combine wireless transmitters and receivers of different brands?

Some receivers will be compatible with transmitters from other manufacturers but this is generally not a common case. For example, Lectrosonics receivers can receive audio from Sennheiser G3 series ...
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How to use Sennheiser e945 mic as input for Smartphone

Stack Exchange generally doesn't like multiple questions, however, as these are all pretty tightly related... Q1. Would XLR to Bluetooth transmitter work for this ? A1. For a given definition of '...
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What (and how) UHF receiver should I buy?

The manual for this device states it provides stereo line out (>250mV) on a pair of RCA (phono) connectors. If the microphone signal is routed to the line out you can record that with no need for a ...
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Is Synco G1 (A1) mic input (TRS) stereo or balanced?

According to the user's manual, it's for the included lav mic; therefore it's a balanced, mono, mic input.
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What (and how) UHF receiver should I buy?

You are approaching this from the wrong direction. You are not going to be able to successfully reverse engineer this RF link. Could be any frequency, even 2.4GHz. Could be any modulation. You are not ...
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Sending audio signal from mixer to laptop wirelessly

I suggest to use VLC. You need: for sending: a computer "A" with sound card and VLC installed a router for receiving: a computer/smartphone "B" with VLC installed Connect some ...
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Sending audio signal from mixer to laptop wirelessly

A Google search with "audio wireless transmitter" will find many solutions. However, Bluetooth comes with a latency which may not be suitable with your need. Many solutions are analog.
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How to use Sennheiser e945 mic as input for Smartphone

You need an audio interface. Check out “Roland”or “IK Multimedia” or “Rode” or “Apogee” for suitable interfaces. The mic is dynamic so doesn’t require phantom power.
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Wireless system (transmitter and receiver) for XLR lavalier microphones and audio recorder?

There are a number of options here. The most practical will be a wireless lavalier kit. Typical devices are the Rode Wireless Go or the Sennheiser G3. Some manufacturers also offer a 'butt-plug' style ...
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Wireless system frequencies in Europe (as of 2020)

In France (as of February 2020) you can use PMSE audio equipment in the band 470-694 MHz with a power less than or equal to 50 mW. Notice that you are considered as a secondary user on this band, ...
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Sennheiser passive omnidirectional antennas

Sennheiser wrote back with this answer: If you have the XSW 2 with the external antennas then the ASA 214 should work for antenna distro but it just wouldn't power the units like it would for the g4 ...
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Can I use an AKG WMS40 wireless system to transmit a signal coming from a headphone jack?

According to the service manual (available on the AKG website) the phantom power is 3.9v and is connected to pin 3, so the microphone connector should have pins 2 and 3 shorted. If I understand this ...
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Cost-effective way to convert a clip-on condenser to wireless?

As a trombone player, you play an instrument with an extremely wide dynamic range. Unfortunately if you attempt to run this wirelessly you will run into big issues with companding (compression/...
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Can you use HD-SDI cables to loop antennas for wireless mics?

Usually, RF antennas coaxial cables have a 50 Ω (Ohms) characteristic impedance whereas HD-SDI cables have a 75 Ω characteristic impedance. The user manual of your line6 product actually mentions a ...
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How should Mini XLR condenser microphone be wired?

Page 23 of the following document contains the circuit diagram for the PT40 transmitter. http://cloud.akg.com/9784/wms40_service.pdf The Schematic indicates that the connection is balanced however ...
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