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  1. Thanks for your help. On stage we also have tresses with lights which are directly behind the receiver rack and horizontal banners which have metal tubes, directly in front of the receiver rack. Does all this metal affect the signal. Last night I raised the paddles up to about 6 feet. I turned on all the receivers with all the mic transmitters off. Still had one red bar on all of them and at least 5 bars on one receiver.
  2. The firmware update was an attempt to solve the drop out problem. We've had these mics for about 4 years and have never been updated. With all the transmitters off, some of the receivers have 4 or 5 red bars and some just have 1 or 2 red bars. The singers line up across the stage but move around dancing a lot. There are 6 or 7 singers at most, the closest to the antenna is about 3 feet and the one in center stage are about 15 feet from either antenna. One cable is 50' long but the antenna is about 10 feet away from the receivers which are in a rack. The other cable is 100' and the antenna is about 20' from the receivers rack. I think it's 50 ohm cable, I remember making sure we got the right ohms cable because we had to send one cable back, because it was wrong. I've tried the all gain settings on the paddles. How high should I place the paddles? Also, on both sides of the stage, there are laptops near the paddles and there are other mic receivers (Shure and Senhieser) on top of and below the receiver rack.
  3. I have seven XD-V75 mics setup. They are all connected to the line6 antenna distribution unit and it is connected to two unidirectional line6 paddle antennas. They are all on RF2 mode, but I have tried RF1 before. I recently updated to firmware using line6 monkey. I've tried scanning for channels and switching from Hi power to Lo. I still get signal drop outs on at least two of the mics most of the time. Even when I turn all of the receivers off and try scanning one at a time, when I scan, usually half of the channels are busy(bars above the channel numbers). I've tried everything I could think of. I use these mics in a church. We have wifi, there are laptops there and everyone has a cell phone. Plus we're located not far from an Airport. What else can I do?
  4. I have seven XD-V75 mics setup. They are all connected to the line6 antenna distribution unit and it is connected to two unidirectional line6 paddle antennas. They are all on RF2 mode, but I have tried RF1 before. I recently updated to firmware using line6 monkey. I've tried scanning for channels and switching from Hi power to Lo. I still get signal drop outs on at least two of the mics most of the time. Even when I turn all of the receivers off and try scanning one at a time, when I scan, usually half of the channels are busy(bars above the channel numbers). I've tried everything I could think of. I use these mics in a church. We have wifi, there are laptops there and everyone has a cell phone. Plus we're located not far from an Airport. What else can I do?
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