MicLink Wireles generates a slightly delayed SECOND Signal

Just bought a MicLink Wireless, and at first I thought there was a slight delay, but upon listening to it more closely, I am convinced it is sending my board two signals, the second one slightly delayed from the first, creating a chorus effect.

As an aside, I am SURE my set was a return, as it can out of the box already fully-charged and paired to the receiver.

Is this chorus effect normal? I can't believe it is, because it renders the unit essentially useless. Is there anything I can try before I send it back?

Thanks!

Joe
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  • Hello Joe,

    Thanks for posting. I'd like to help! It sounds like you're experiencing some inference with your connection. Have you tried using the MicLink Wireless somewhere else besides the room that you originally connected this in? If no, please do to see if the same symptoms persist. Try a different building if possible.

    When using the MicLink Wireless, make sure to keep your hand only on the microphone and keep your hand at least 2 inches (5 cm) away from the transmitter. For optimal range, hold the microphone and transmitter away from your body.

    Make sure there are no objects (computers, walls, furniture, etc.) between the transmitter and receiver. Make sure you are within the 60-foot (20-meter) transmitting range. If the receiver is being powered from batteries, install fresh AAA batteries. Keep any connected audio cables away from the receiver’s antenna. If the receiver is being powered from batteries, install fresh AAA batteries.
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  • I'm using the power supply. Transmitter is fully-charged. I've now tried the mic in two houses in two PAs. Direct line of sight (i.e., I was facing the receiver). Range of 10 feet down to 8 inches. No joy.

    Are these things really THAT prone to interference?

    Joe
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