I would rather have ULXD, but on the analog side there is still a step up from UHF-R, Axient. Very soon there will be a digital mic based on Axient. Mac
Actually the BLX4R units are rack mountable with removable antenna.
Wow. Thank you all very much for your input. Just to quickly respond to all the questions that you all asked:1. The mics we currently use are the SM58 and the PG58. I'll get the model # of the receivers this weekend at church.2. I don't know our exact budget. I'm going to present the leaders with some options. I'd say they will want an SM58 or equivalent. So whatever price range that is. I'd say we will either go with Shure or Sennheiser.
3. Someone mentioned that there are dealers on here. That's honestly what I would prefer. Someone (that knows the kind of mic I want for our type of church) to just tell me exactly what items to purchase.
Some of you mentioned analog. I'm guessing the best option for me, if money is no option, is digital, correct? We currently have one receiver with antennas and one that is digital. The one with antennas cuts in and out sometimes (not often), but the digital one never does.
**Sorry - I had to log back in and edit my last statement. I just read something on the internet that said analogue is best if you are going to run several wireless mics. Digital will only allow 6 to 8 at the most. Is this information correct?
I see what you are saying about the different transmitters. I can say with confidence that they probably won't go over $1,000 per unit. Which I realize doesn't help a whole lot, but that would include both of the options you listed out for me.Currently, our mic receivers are on stage direcly behind the singer/preacher. We currently have one digital unit. It sets under something. It hidded from plain sight. But the analogue one that we have, sits on the floor, with direct sight to the preacher/singer. I said it cuts out earlier. But it's very very rare.Thank you for sharing the Shure and Sennheiser mics that you recommend. That really helps. Just so I'm clear: What is the purpose of the Antenna Splitter? And what's the purpose of the Power Distributor? I'm guessing you plug all of your power cables into this one unit, rather than plugging them into the wall?
We should also point out that there are quite a few dealers on here for this gear (myself included) so if the OP wants a good deal, there are other options than sending him to Sweetwater.-Ray
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