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Old July 23rd, 2007, 09:03 PM   #1
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Wireless lav and boom help?

I am looking for a system that would include two seperate receivors, and two transmitters that ideally would be able to handle one boom off camera and one lav or two lav microphones off camera.

The reason for two seperate units is redunadancy, if one were to break there would be another full set up to use if needed.

Basically, I would like advice on a system that had a lav/receivor that could use a boom plugged in instead.

I would not need a range of more than say 50feet and would want xlr to camera inputs so I could plug the two units into the two XLR connections of a XHA1.

Price is very important, not that sound is not important but I mainly need better sound than an oncamera mic and at this point I would like to keep the whole setup (two transmitters , two receivors, two lavs one boom) under 1000.00 if possible.
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