I think a key feature to look for is "noise cancelling." In a
microphone that means there are are 2 microphone elements, and the
difference between those is sent down the wire. For a distant sound
source (ie the main speakers) the difference will be very small and
cancel out. For a close source (your mouth) there will be a
significant difference as one is right next to your mouth and the
other is a few inches away.
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 3:46 PM, Rich Sbardella via Callers
I recently called a dance and had trouble with my Shure wireless headset
system. I had feedback as I called from the floor/field. That indicates
that the mic pattern is probably to wide, since the volume was not that
It also droped out as I walked around the field at the outdoor dance.
Can anyone recommend a good quality headset system for a singing caller who
is often on the floor as he calls?
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