One of my first rules of


One of my first rules of audio – never go wireless if you don't have to.  In order to broadcast audio wirelessly you have to roll of the low end and compress the signal on the transmission, then expand the audio and bump the low end on the receiver end.  Huge compromise in audio quality, not to mention all of the "gremlins" that appear in wireless audio – RF is suseptable to so many pitfalls that change constantly.  Not as big a deal if you are just dealing with talking heads, but if you don't have to go wireless – DON'T.

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