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Wade Davis

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Sony wireless
« on: February 11, 2006, 10:52:56 pm »

Hi folks! Thanks for the response on the behringer.So has anyone used the sony UWP-s2? I'm in a small market,we don't see much.

Peace
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Roy Richards

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Re: Sony wireless
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2006, 03:25:18 pm »

If you have that much money available, I would get the Sennheiser EW135G2, it has far more frequencies available (1,440), and it is durable. It sounds great and never gives me any trouble. They have 2 frequency banks, one in the 518-554 range, the other in the 626-662 range. See where your local TV channels are, and get the one that has the least channels occupied.
I have not liked the Sony mics I have used. Just my experience.
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David Henry

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Re: Sony wireless
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2006, 04:08:00 pm »

I've used most of the Seinnheiser wireless range and I must tell you that they are incredible.  Just got a wireless bodypack from them and put a Countryman E6 with it and it is amazing.  It also ties in because we used to use a Sony lapel, which was uber-feedback prone and didn't have the nicest sound.  The Seinnheiser was a great replacement for my church.  It even scanned the freq's and found a good one for us to use and instantly too.  Great stuff.

David
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