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Recent digital wireless products are more likely than not to have automated features which both search out available channels, AND to automatically pair transmitters and receivers. However, legacy analog kits are much more vulnerable to problems of interaction and interference with other similar wireless kits being operated in proximity.
In most cases you can choose a frequency for the sender / transmitter to operate on. Interfering with another wireless mic is only one problem which might make switching frequencies necessary. You can also encounter other radio interference, not caused by other radio mics. Apparently the Sennheiser avx does this automatically for you, but I would assume ...
These wireless microphones specifically designed not to interfere with each other. They will automatically find their counterparts but can only send a signal to one receiver. You should be OK.
Can't help with freeware, but i can shed some light on the professional side of things. At urgent.fm we use Zenon because most commercial stations in Belgium use it, and our station is one of the starting places for people interested into getting into radio work professionally in our region. That way someone who was trained at our station feels right at ...
Not sure about Windows, but for Ubuntu, you could always check out Rivendell. http://www.rivendellaudio.org/
Look at Pocket Lite or Pocket codecs, for example. They use N/ACIP protocol.
Lithiumhosting is a great provider of streaming audio over the internet. They are pretty cheap too. I use their webservers and I am very pleased with their service! As to what softwares you should use. It depends on how much money you are willing to put into it. A good way of doing it would be to use an analog mixing board and send the audio into the ...
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