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With the help of this forum, I just purchased 6 Shure QLX D24 wireless Mics (SM58 Cartridge). Those are about $1,000 a piece. That may be a little out of your price range. But very good Mics that should last a very long time. The other mic that was recommended to me is the Sennheiser EW 1xx G3. Super good mic. Approx $500 to $600 a piece. Something to consider is getting a power distributer and antenna splitter along with these. It's not a ton of extra money and is VERY much worth it. Having said all of this...being that "close" to St. Louis, I'm sure you could find someone to help you out. (Our church is hours from a bigger city unfortunately) so this forum was like a lifeline for me. Anyways best of luck. These guys/gals on here won't lead you astray. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Snip!I also just found the audio technica system 10 pro. Dual mic set up. Antennas in the front (perfect line of site to singers) and the cost is right. Digital is new to me, but I can say with confidence that there is no wifi in the building and never will be. Also nothing closer than 500' with a wifi signal. Thx again
Thx Isaac. I've read your thread entirely and got some great help from it. I didn't even know things like the power management and antenna system you got existed!!! I still don't know anything about them but at least I know they are there. I've checked out the ew135 a bit. I don't really know a ton about it. It's probably st the absolute top of my price range and would keep me from getting some of the other things we need like some mic cables, stands, a condenser mic, and the rack system similar to you. So I'm wondering about the xsw 1 or the xsw 35. The would fit a lot better price wise for us. Problem is that I just don't know the differences in the models. The sure I've been checking out is the blx 288 with sm58 mics. It's a dual unit so 2 of those and then a single would get me there I think. I've been told to stay away from the PG stuff so that's why I thought the SM mics.I also just found the audio technica system 10 pro. Dual mic set up. Antennas in the front (perfect line of site to singers) and the cost is right. Digital is new to me, but I can say with confidence that there is no wifi in the building and never will be. Also nothing closer than 500' with a wifi signal. Thx again
Any particular reason you want to go wireless? Could a wired mic be a better (as well as more reliable and cheaper) option for what you are doing? This would definitely give you more potential funds to do other things such as upgrade your mains
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