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Author Topic: Anyone using Williams DigiWave wireless intercoms?  (Read 2424 times)

brian maddox

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Re: Anyone using Williams DigiWave wireless intercoms?
« Reply #10 on: October 07, 2019, 01:23:11 pm »

I see they're about to come out with a 400 series. Other than the non-locking headphone connector, they look interesting. Anyone have any experience with these?

My church uses the DLT300 system and i hate it.  Controls are weird and non-intuitive.  Sound quality is very poor.  And this is using the Williams headsets provided with the system.  They get used primarily for cameras and the couple of times i've switched video [i know don't hate...] i've found them almost unusable.  i can't believe the tech crew have put up with them for so long.

Perhaps if it was setup differently?  I don't know.  But as it is i'd rather have two cans and a string.  It'd sound better....
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Re: Anyone using Williams DigiWave wireless intercoms?
« Reply #11 on: October 07, 2019, 04:40:40 pm »

My church uses the DLT300 system and i hate it.  Controls are weird and non-intuitive.  Sound quality is very poor.  And this is using the Williams headsets provided with the system.  They get used primarily for cameras and the couple of times i've switched video [i know don't hate...] i've found them almost unusable.  i can't believe the tech crew have put up with them for so long.

Perhaps if it was setup differently?  I don't know.  But as it is i'd rather have two cans and a string.  It'd sound better....
That's the information I was looking for. Thanks, Brian.
It's too bad, but I guess so far there really isn't any "free lunches" in the world of wireless COM. Still seems like this stuff should not be as expensive as it is, with the low bandwidth and latency that most systems have. A really cheap IEM and wireless mic can perform as well as most wireless COM, so it still seems like COM manufacturers are charging what they do "because they can" (for the simplest systems like the DX210/410 - which sound terrible BTW...)
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Re: Anyone using Williams DigiWave wireless intercoms?
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