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Author Topic: Audio Technica M2 In-Ear Drop Outs becoming more common......  (Read 6888 times)

Terry Martin

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Re: Audio Technica M2 In-Ear Drop Outs becoming more common......
« Reply #20 on: January 14, 2017, 12:28:27 pm »

Where does this topic stand now?  I'm experiencing the same condition with a new X32 Rack.  I'm not going to hijack this thread, but curious as to where the OP has ended up after all of this?  My (Sennheiser G2) IEM system was good until we replaced the MixWiz with the X32 Rack.  Coincidence???
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Re: Audio Technica M2 In-Ear Drop Outs becoming more common......
« Reply #21 on: January 14, 2017, 01:10:53 pm »

Where does this topic stand now?  I'm experiencing the same condition with a new X32 Rack.  I'm not going to hijack this thread, but curious as to where the OP has ended up after all of this?  My (Sennheiser G2) IEM system was good until we replaced the MixWiz with the X32 Rack.  Coincidence???

Depending on how your gear is mounted it could be coincidence, or not. Unlike analog consoles, digital consoles radiate some RF interference. If the console is mounted in a small rack with the IEM transmitters it could cause issues.

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Re: Audio Technica M2 In-Ear Drop Outs becoming more common......
« Reply #22 on: January 14, 2017, 01:34:37 pm »

Depending on how your gear is mounted it could be coincidence, or not. Unlike analog consoles, digital consoles radiate some RF interference. If the console is mounted in a small rack with the IEM transmitters it could cause issues.

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Separate the IEMS by placing rack drawer in between X32 and IEMS?   
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Re: Audio Technica M2 In-Ear Drop Outs becoming more common......
« Reply #23 on: January 14, 2017, 02:45:37 pm »

Separate the IEMS by placing rack drawer in between X32 and IEMS?

That's a start, and may solve the problem. Also consider a remote antenna to get the antenna up above head height.

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« Reply #24 on: January 14, 2017, 02:52:21 pm »

Thanks Mac.  I'll move the drawer.  I'm also posting on another thread and it has turned to the same conversation.  Would you take a look at my frequencies and offer some additional advice?   It's crazy that I've gotten so lucky for so many years as dumb as I am about RF - but now I've got problems!  Thanks you sir!

http://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/topic,161853.msg1490789.html#msg1490789

That's a start, and may solve the problem. Also consider a remote antenna to get the antenna up above head height.

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