symac

Edinburgh, UK

#1 Jul 13, 2011
I am setting up a sound scape performance in which the audience will be listening to headphones whilst standing in a forest.
the actors voice will be live using a radio mike and the sound scape will be mixed into the broadcast.

At present I have 30 wireless headphones with 3 bandwidths. The results are OK but slightly hissy and sometimes they seem to shift bandwidth. I am wondering I I can use a bluetooth system to improve the quality of the broadcast from the mixing desk???
Shallow

Auckland, New Zealand

#2 Nov 28, 2011
how do i make my own device name?

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