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Old 30th January 2013
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Bodypack transmitter with multiple inputs

Hello, this could be a silly question, but im looking some advice. Im a singer, using in ear monitors on stage for a few years, and would like to look at getting a headset microphone too. Is there any such system where I can plug inears and headset into the same transmitter? Do I have to wear 2 body packs if I want inear monitor and headset microphone?
Cheers,
Kat
Old 30th January 2013
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your in-ear pack is a receiver, not a transmitter
Old 30th January 2013
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Yep, unfortunately they're two different things.

Your best bet (albeit expensive) would be to look into smaller body-packs. The Shure UM-1 transmitter is very small. Lectrosonics makes tiny Tx & Rx... but that's all around the $2000 per channel price range.

-B
Old 31st January 2013
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It's actually a great idea for a product, as you could have your own 'more me' mix from the mic right on the body pack. Add built in condenser to pick up ambient stage and audience sounds and it would be a pretty useful little package.
Old 31st January 2013
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If you're willing to go wired, Rolls has the PM50s that will take a mic thru and a monitor mix and give you a "more me" mix. But it's wired, not wireless. We have 2 of them for singers in our band and if you're not mobile, it works well.

Agree with Andy -- good product idea.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Andy Hamm ➡️
It's actually a great idea for a product, as you could have your own 'more me' mix from the mic right on the body pack. Add built in condenser to pick up ambient stage and audience sounds and it would be a pretty useful little package.
Apart from the excessive rustling clothes noise.

Old 1st February 2013 | Show parent
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaoz ➡️
Apart from the excessive rustling clothes noise.

Depending upon bodypack placement, taco night could be quite disturbing.
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