That would be a 4 pin XLR? Most headsets are wired using a 4 pin XLR with 2 pins for the mic and 2 for the headphones.tenor_singer said:
We have ClearComm Wireless headsets that we use. They are great in our black box theatre, but they suck in our auditorium. For our shows in the auditorium, we always use our wired ones. We tried to use them once this year in there, but they had all kinds of problems. So, wireless insnt necesarily better...just something to consider!ClintonHammond said:
It is my opinion that any REAL wireless intercom would be designed and thoroughly tested to ensure that interference was not a problem.We only use a wired intercom system. The interferance from radio stations and such on a wireless system seems like it would a major disadvantage for a wireless system. This would be a major problem, especially since we can pick up radio stations occassionally on out wired system. The wired system we currently have is mainly from Production Intercom although most of the beltpacks are from ClearCom and the headsets are from some unknown company.
Running through the patch panel could be the cause, or it may not be.