Could I help them fix this with a Sescom 1:1 transformer or something similar? Thanks.
Hi guys, I think I need some help here. A local church called and said that they had just put in LED lights and now they are getting "static" on their wireless units. According to their sound guy, the units are A.T. 700 series. One is a lav and one is a handheld. Once the lights are off the noise goes away, lights on the noise is back. I have never heard of this, but I'm not regular install guy, I've just helped out a few friends here and there. I do know that reostats are bad, but the guy said the lights are on switches. The system is rather basic, a 16 channel Yammy MG, a dbx 231, a Crown amp on Mains and a Peavey Amp on Mons. And, of course, Bose speakers. All power is through a Furman unit.Could I help them fix this with a Sescom 1:1 transformer or something similar? Thanks.
I have heard of some big tours starting to this with all the big led screens that are becoming common on these tours. From what I have heard it is the screens themselves throwing off a bunch of RF junk. I don't know if it is a matter of the quality of the construction of the hardware and shielding. I know it also applies to certain frequencies so if you have frequency agile wireless units you may be able to tune around the interference. Maybe some of our wireless gurus on here can chime in on this.
Are you sure they're not trying to send DMX signal in the same conduit/snake as the mic lines? If they are, unplug the DMX and I'd lay money that the noise goes away.
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