While I was using my Stealth Wireless system, my wireless system wouldn't start and lose signal. There was a cell phone signal blocker at the event.

Had the worst experience ever at a event with my Alto Stealth wireless I was set up for a crowed of over a 1000 when they would not work I'm glad I took my cables just in case my my GTD microphone's work great, but the ALTO wireless did not they would start to work and then just loose the signal there was a cell phone signal blocker at the event but again the microphones worked great as soon as I got home tried them at home back to working.
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  • Hello Darren,

    Thanks for the post. I'm sorry to hear about your experience. It appears there was something interfering with your signal at your event because you said when you went back home, everything was working fine. Here are a couple of questions and tips that you can use next time you come across a similar situation in the near future.

    I am not receiving any audio signal. Why not?

    First, ensure that both the transmitter and the receiver are getting power. Check the power LEDs and make sure that the power adapter is connected correctly. Next, ensure that both the transmitter and the receiver are set to the same channel. Also, make sure that the volume controls on your mixer and your speakers are turned up.

    The audio signal is weak or is a poor quality signal. What can I do?

    First, make sure that there are no objects (computers, walls, pipes, etc.) between the transmitter and the receivers. Also, make sure that both the transmitter and the receiver are set to the same channel.

    If you are still getting a poor signal, be sure that the receiver antennas are not touching each other and that there are at least 10 feet of separation between the transmitter and the receivers. Make sure that no other devices are sending a signal on the same channel and any other audio cables are away from the antennas. Try changing the channel that the transmitter and the receiver are on (to the same alternate channel). You can also adjust the squelch control setting. The squelch control setting provides better protection against interference but may also reduce signal range, so keep that in mind as you are adjusting it.
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    All you did is copy and paste the directions for me thank you for that I do know how to set them up. I just thank people should know that the Stealth Wireless not a professional grade product I see that on your web site you do now sell a upgrade. I hope they work better. I do own a set of your speakers (TS15A) they work and sound great that what made me buy Stealth Wireless.
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