Recent Posts tagged with wireless microphones

Storied Sound Engineer Continues to Innovate With Sony DWX Wireless Mics

On the traditional sound stage, wired boom mics largely defined the limits and possibilities for film and television production. Over the past thirty years, sound engineer Edward Tise has pioneered advances in wireless audio to expand the possible. Now, equipped with the Sony DWX Series digital wireless microphone system, he wields a creative palette that […]  More

White Spaces Database Is Still ‘a Work in Progress’

One of the issues on the table at last December’s SVG Summit was the status of the White Spaces databases established in 2012 by the FCC to manage the spectrum available to White Space devices (WSDs) while protecting licensed (and, in some cases, unlicensed) users of the core: TV bands. Currently, four White Spaces database […]  More

Early Ignition: New Spectrum Users Light Up 600-MHz, Take Wireless Mic Users by Surprise

A recent article in online publication TVNewsCheck raised an alarm about the actual amount of time that wireless microphone systems users will have to get out of the way of the recently concluded FCC spectrum reallocation. The article discussed how users of unprotected channels, regardless of their primary or secondary broadcast service status, may find […]  More

NAB 2017: DPA All About Wireless Microphones in Vegas

With the industry migrating towards a wireless workflow, DPA Microphones (C3336) will showcase its GSM4000 Gooseneck Shock Mount Accessory and MMP-G Modular Active Cable for MicroDot, as the latest addition to its display of sought-after broadcast microphones, at NAB 2017. These accessories create a completely wireless microphone setup, while maintaining high-quality audio during live and recorded […]  More

Wireless Microphones and the FCC Incentive Auction: Key Facts For Broadcasters Leading into 2017

Almost every venue, studio and mobile broadcast crew that uses wireless microphones will need to reconfigure their systems by 2020 to comply with new federal regulations. Since the definition of wireless microphones includes in-ear monitors, intercom systems, and interruptible fold back (IFB) systems, more devices will be impacted than most people realize. Pending the outcome […]  More

FCC Enables Wireless-Mic Use in New Spectrum

New rules adopted by the FCC on Aug. 6 address the long-term needs of wireless-microphone users by providing continued access to the 600 MHz band and expanding access to other bands. The commission also adopted a Report & Order that modernizes its Part 15 rules to permit unlicensed fixed and personal/portable white-space devices and unlicensed […]  More

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