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document Can I use a PCC-170 on a stage to record opera?
I do a lot of recording of opera and other musical events at venues that typically have PCC-160s of their own on the stage (I use my own mics in the...
document Where can I get a replacement cable for my Crown PCC-160?
I need a replacement cable for my Crown PCC-160. Can I find them at my audio stores or do they have to be special ordered? Do they have a name? Lori...
document How do I place a PCC-160 on a table?
We are currently using a PCC-160 as a table mic on the stage at our congregation.Typically, it is used for a two-person discussion at a 3 ft. round...
document Can the PCC-160 work with a wireless transmitter?
We have a small drama ministry (1-2 performers) that presents at least once a week in a variety of facilities that were built long before electronic...
document How should I mike actors on stage using PCC-160 mics, wireless lavalier mics, or wireless headworn mics? (9 questions and replies)
MIKING ACTORS ON STAGE I have to mike a stage 22 feet across and 12 feet deep with a music pit directly in front. I am having trouble picking up...
document What are the advantages of boundary (surface-mounted) mics like PZM and PCC mics?
First please note: PZM (Pressure Zone Microphone) boundary mics are omnidirectional: They pick up in all directions equally well. PCC (Phase...
document Recommended distance of a boundary behind a PCC-160
I have heard that when using PCC mics (specifically the PCC 160), that in order to properly create the polar pattern you should leave about 8 inches...
document PCC-160 or PCC-170 for stage and table use?
I am about to purchase a number of PCC-160s for stage use on the floor in a theater. We also do panel discusions where at least 7 to 8 people sit...