What’s in the Future for Wireless Mic Users?

January 15, 2016 | Leave a comment

FCC reallocated the entire 698-806 MHz UHF frequency range for use by emergency responders and wireless devices such as smart phones and PDA’s.

Some wireless microphone systems, which had operated in this bandwidth in the so-called ‘white spaces’ – spaces in the UHF spectrum between broadcast TV channels  – were forced to vacate these frequencies to comply with the law.

Problem solved, right?

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Wireless Microphone Systems

January 15, 2016 | Leave a comment

As sound quality and reliability have increased and cost has decreased, wireless microphone systems have become very popular. They have thrived for one important reason: eliminating the microphone cable connection frees you to walk across the stage, among the audience, (and, sometimes, out the door). This gives the presenter greater mobility, flexibility, and — with the wireless, hands-free models — the ability to talk with your hands!

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5 Ways Conference Microphone Systems Can Power Up Your Meetings

April 16, 2015 | Leave a comment

Conference microphone systems can be a major research and resource investment for event planners.

As meetings and conferences balloon in size, making sure that everyone’s voice is heard and that the the dialogue flows smoothly is no longer a luxury — it’s indispensable.

What exactly are conference microphone systems, and why are they so critical to the smooth flow of meetings?

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3 Reasons to Choose Wireless Microphones for Your Conference Table

April 6, 2015 | Leave a comment

If you’re planning a big meeting, wireless conference table microphones are a terrific choice to electrify your event. Perhaps you’ve already reviewed the various types of conference table microphones. But there’s still one other question: why choose wireless? Here are 3 reasons wireless conference table microphones could be ideal for your next meeting.

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7 Solutions to Common Wireless Microphone Problems for Event Planners

April 17, 2014 | Leave a comment

7 Solutions to Common Wireless Microphones for Event Planners on AudioLinks Blog

Wireless microphones are a favorite standby for event and meeting planners.

As an event planner, you’re likely aware of the many benefits that wireless microphones offer.

Wireless microphones offer superior mobility for your presenters, help reduce stage clutter and tripping hazards, are incredibly easy to use, and come in a variety of configurations, including options for handheld or hands-free microphones, as well as microphone packages and conferencing systems.

Although they have many perks, wireless microphones also come with a range of potential problems that can have a negative impact on the success of your event.

Here are 7 common wireless microphone problems that event planners run into, with our 7 solutions to make sure they won’t derail your next event.

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5 A/V Tricks to Boost Attendee Engagement at Your Next Event

March 26, 2014 | Leave a comment

Event planners pride themselves on mastering every detail of their meeting, conference or lecture series.

But it’s often easy for planners to overlook the most important event planning detail of all: attendee engagement.

Event planners should know that the quality of a venue’s A/V infrastructure plays a critical role in the ability of a presenter to engage an audience.

Bad acoustics, boring visuals and poorly lit rooms are just a few ways a good presentation can turn off even the most enthused attendees.

As an event planner, you may think these things are inevitable part of event planning and out of your control, but they aren’t. In fact, there are many audiovisual tricks and techniques to ensure your attendees are fully engaged throughout your entire event.

Brighten up your event and energize the room with these 5 A/V tricks to better engage your attendees.

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10 Last-Minute Tips for Running Live Sound at Your Event

March 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

Here are 10 last-minute tips and tricks to help you run sound at your event like a professional audio technician.

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5 Audio Production Mistakes Every Event Planner Should Avoid

January 30, 2014 | Leave a comment

7 Audio Production Mistakes Every Event Planner Should Avoid on AudioLinks Blog

Every event planner juggles a host of details for any event they plan, whether it’s a large conference, board meeting or small speaking engagement. All too often, however, event planners overlook one crucial aspect on their event planning checklist: audio production.

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3 MegaVox PA System Features Teachers Will Love

August 26, 2013 | Leave a comment

Anchor Audio MEGA7500 MegaVox PRO PA with Wired Microphone (04482) on AudioLinks.com

The school year is about to start and once again teachers everywhere face the age-old problem of how to grab students’ attention in a world of rampant distraction.

Portable classroom sound systems are an affordable and proven way to boost a teacher’s voice to all corners of the classroom, gymnasium or schoolyard.

If you’re seeking an affordable sound system that’s easy to carry from place to place and can reach many students at once, it’s tough to beat the Anchor Audio MegaVox PA system.

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Wireless Mic Tips for the Complete Novice

September 30, 2011 | Leave a comment

3 things you must know before buying a wireless microphone system

For audio novices, creating a great sounding (or even functional) microphone system without any guidance can be a confusing task.

Are you looking for ways to take the mystery out of buying a wireless mic? AudioLink can help!

Here are the 3 most important things you must know before buying a wireless microphone system.

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