Looking for a wireless headset with a microphone. I am remotely controlling FOH and want to patch the headset out to the wireless with a talkback mic also available. What are my options short of wearing an IEM and a wireless mic?
I believe... He wants to be mobile. Sending the console's headphone out to a wireless transmitter, that would go to a receiver he'd be wearing. (Can you change the headphone cue wirelessly from your tablet/etc?) Then a headset mic to wireless go to the talkback function, to be a talkback mic. (Same question, although I guess you'd just change the mix level of the talkback mic remotely. Seems like that would take away your focus on whatever it is that you're talking to the talent about.)-Ray
Sennheiser makes some nice headsets. You might have to put some custom connectors on it but they are pretty comfortable and sound decent. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/814874-REG/Sennheiser_HMD280_XQ_2_HMD_280_XQ_Dual_Ear_Headset.htmlSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Steve,Doing it that way would give you the most customizability and flexibility in setup/operation. I have a Shure SM12a headset mic that I use as my intercom headset. I reterminated it to work with Clearcom, but it came with a male XLR for the microphone and a 1/4" TS buffered with a transformer for the earphone part.
Do you need best quality audio to the headset for PFL? If not, Clear-Com makes a wireless unit specifically to remote just a headset and mic, The HME-DX121. Using the BP200 Pack and any headset gives you remote audio for quite a long distance. I use it on 34th street for the Macy's Parade and cover the entire block for my remote comm headset just with the little whips on the unit.
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