Skip to comments.DIY Wireless Microphone RF Distribution
Posted on 12/08/2018 1:33:30 PM PST by tbw2
North Ridge Church's awesome sound system set up for only a few hundred dollars while putting out professional performances.
DIY Wireless Microphone RF Distribution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH3VKHcwDj0
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
DIY Wireless Microphone RF Distribution
What would be a practical application of this?
Nice work Drew. I’ve used even the cheap (”Realistic” brand) splitters with good results at VHF and UHF.
If you don’t have an SDR receiver, you’ll find one to be an incredibly useful tool to monitor and analyze your system. An Airspy R2 would be best, or an SDRPlay, but even a $8 rtl-sdr dongle will work perfectly for your needs, along with SDR# or SDR UNO or similar software that will let you see all of your mics, relative signal strength, etc. You could probably replace all of your receivers with multiple instances of SDR software and multiple VFOs but you already have the receivers. The advantage of an SDR-based approach would be simplified RF hardware and redundancy.
Good work, and a very nice video production.
Audiovisual booths in churches, sound systems set ups by musicians, and audio book recording studios. Some use by ham radio operators, too.
I’m not Drew. I simply thought it was useful, whether you’re a ham, musician or managing a sound system.
Oh, yea just wondered.
I’m a simpleton....
I used several countryman mikes with Shure digital PGXD wireless hooked to a Macke board.
Save for later.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.