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Audio-Technica’s advanced M3 IEM system offers a full range of professional in-ear monitoring features, with a choice of 1321 UHF channels and easy-to-read LCD information displays on both transmitter and receiver for setting preferences. The stereo monitor system is equipped with Audio-Technica’s versatile Personal Mix Control, which allows volume and mix control of two independent signals on stage, via controls on the M3R stereo body-pack receiver. While up to 16 complete M3 systems may be used simultaneously, any number of M3R stereo receivers can operate on the same frequency with a single M3T stereo transmitter. The M3T Stereo Transmitter is equipped with two XLR/¼” combo input connectors into which users can connect line-level inputs (from a mixing console, for example). The M3T also offers a headphone output that allows you to monitor transmitter input signals directly.
 
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5 / 5
Great deal, well under a G Note
PostedApril 11, 2012
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CrucifiedMusic
from Rome, NY, USA
Environment:House of Worship
Expertise:Expert
How Long:Up to a year
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I got these from a local dealer hoping that I wouldn't have to pony up for a set of Shure's and so that I wouldn't add to the noise confusion that was occurring already (someone else wanted to add another floor monitor). I found it excessively easy to set up and start using, got my mix set up and shoot vocals to one side and instruments to the other. I have yet to get a set of custom molds, but the included ear tips seem to work just fine at blocking out the ambient noise and allow me to focus on my singing and playing. The unit has more options than I really need, which is weird because I LOVE bells & whistles.
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The M2 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System is designed to make professional in-ear monitoring features accessible for performers who want to be free from the problems associated with floor wedges. The stereo monitor system offers Personal Mix Control, which gives each musician volume and mix control of two independent signals on stage, via easy-to-use controls on the M2R stereo body-pack receiver. The wireless UHF M2T Stereo Transmitter provides a choice of 100 selectable frequencies and is equipped with two XLR/¼” combo input connectors into which users can connect line-level inputs. While up to 10 complete M2 systems may be used on stage simultaneously, any number of M2R stereo receivers may be used on the same frequency with a single M2T stereo transmitter. These rugged systems are built to stand up to the inevitable bumps of life on the road, delivering clear, natural sound for touring and installed-sound uses.
 

How do I adjust the balance using the M2R in Monitor + Stereo modes?

DIP Switch 2 is up for monitor and DIP Switch 4 is down for stereo mode. The channel 2 balance is correct but the channel 1 balance is 75% to the left ear and only 25% to the right ear. I can not find any means to adjust that balance. Please advise. I really like the performance of this unit but the out-of-balance is difficult to deal with at times in performances.
Have you checked your source? This sounds like it is more of a routing issue on your board than a problem with the monitors. You may have something panned to one side or the other and not realize it.
2 years, 5 months ago
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Audio-Technica’s advanced M3 IEM system offers a full range of professional in-ear monitoring features, with a choice of 1321 UHF channels and easy-to-read LCD information displays on both transmitter and receiver for setting preferences. The stereo monitor system is equipped with Audio-Technica’s versatile Personal Mix Control, which allows volume and mix control of two independent signals on stage, via controls on the M3R stereo body-pack receiver. While up to 16 complete M3 systems may be used simultaneously, any number of M3R stereo receivers can operate on the same frequency with a single M3T stereo transmitter. The M3T Stereo Transmitter is equipped with two XLR/¼” combo input connectors into which users can connect line-level inputs (from a mixing console, for example). The M3T also offers a headphone output that allows you to monitor transmitter input signals directly.
 

On the M3 wireless monitor system, what is the difference between the M Band & the L Band series?

The only difference is the frequency ranges (see below):

Band L: 575.000 to 608.000 MHz
Band M: 614.000 to 647.000 MHz
2 years, 5 months ago
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Rome, NY, USA