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The Latest State of the Art of the Wireless Microphone Technique
More and more people enjoy using wireless microphones. Nowadays, for example, a television show without wireless microphones is practically unthinkable. In the past, however, professionals considered the wireless microphones to be unreliable and incalculable. Sometimes interferences occurred the technician couldn't explain. Insiders knew well the man sitting with wet fingers in front of the receivers of the wireless microphone system and hoping that this time no interference would occur. Fortunately, this situation has been overcome by a new generation of wireless microphone systems.
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