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What wireless systems are compatible with Crown head-worn mics?

Crown CM-311AE and CM-312AE mics will work with most wireless transmitters that have a three-wire configuration (separate ground , audio and bias pins) and have from 3V to 9V bias available. These mics will NOT work on transmitters that combine the audio and bias together (two-wire configuration).

 

Crown offers versions of the CM-311A and CM-312A mics that come pre-wired for AKG (systems using TA3F connectors), Audio-Technica (systems using Hirose HR10 connectors) and Shure (systems using TA4F connectors). The mics will not work with a system having a 1/4" input on the transmitter.
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