When you go all wireless I recommend you always setup a good wired mic with a long cord somewhere on your platform. You will need it. I have read that is you spend a few thousand per mic you can approach the quality but not the reliability of a good wired mic.
SLX and ULX is your only choice but it's an outdated choice when better performance and usability can be had for the same amount of money ala Sennheiser EW series.- AA batteries (ULX uses 9v)- Easy and Better frequency scan (SLX and ULX-S have limited frequency scanning and not intuitive setting frequencies)- Battery meter (SLX only shows low battery)- Metal transmitter construction (SLX and ULX transmitters are plastic)
Just so I'm clear what is the purpose of the directional antennas and the splitter/power conditioner? Could I get by without buying those two items? My pastor is going to ask that question. Thank you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Thank you everyone for your input. I have learned so much in the last week. Yesterday, our Pastor (and board) approved purchasing all 6 of the Sennheiser EW 135 G3 mics. Here's what we are going with:6 EW 135 G3 Cartridge, Transmitter, Receivers2 ASA1/NT Splitter and Power Distributors2 A2003-UHF Directional AntennasSome BNC Cables (by the way...how many of these will I need?)And a 12u rack (in case we grow).Two receivers will fit into one rack space, am I right? And the power distributors are 1unit a piece, correct? So I should be good with a 12u rack?Is there anything else that I'm not thinking of that I will need? Even small stuff, like cable, etc.Thank you all again.
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