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Jason Glass

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Re: UHF vs VHF for USA touring
« Reply #20 on: November 06, 2017, 12:36:05 am »

I 100 percent agree with you.  Although i must say that at least a third of the RF Comms i hand out on a show probably aren't really necessary either.  Either the person doesn't really need to have unfettered communications, or they don't really need to talk and would do just fine with some sort of single Frequency IEM monitoring solution....
Quite true, but say it to the EIC and see if you get called back to the next gig. We're stuck in the middle and just can't win.

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Re: UHF vs VHF for USA touring
« Reply #21 on: November 06, 2017, 12:38:21 pm »

Quite true, but say it to the EIC and see if you get called back to the next gig. We're stuck in the middle and just can't win.

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Re: UHF vs VHF for USA touring
« Reply #22 on: November 07, 2017, 12:48:45 pm »

I can make a strong case for the presenter at a conference that know how to get out from behind the lectern.  Or the worship ceremony with a mobile officiant.  Many singers and musicians also make good use of the mobility afforded to them. 

Being able to hand a wireless out to the speakers at a wedding is nice too.  They just never hold it right.


The convenience is nice-OTOH, I have never had to go track down a wired mic after an event  ;) .
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Re: UHF vs VHF for USA touring
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