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  1. #1
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    Default Can someone talk me through what equipment I'd need for audio for a clinic?

    We're hosting a clinic at my barn this weekend (!) and need a sound system. Wireless microphone and a couple of speakers for the clinician--can someone give me the quick and dirty (but details, please--I need details!) as to what, precisely, I'd need to buy? Microphone, certainly, but amplifier? Just speakers? Any sources (at a bargain price, naturally, with quick shipping) much appreciated. Thanks.
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    For a fast response, try PM "clanter", that seems current with all kinds of electronic gadgets.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deltawave View Post
    We're hosting a clinic at my barn this weekend (!) and need a sound system. Wireless microphone and a couple of speakers for the clinician--can someone give me the quick and dirty (but details, please--I need details!) as to what, precisely, I'd need to buy? Microphone, certainly, but amplifier? Just speakers? Any sources (at a bargain price, naturally, with quick shipping) much appreciated. Thanks.
    Hve no clue but curious, who is the clinician?
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    http://www.fullcompass.com/

    No decent system is going to be a bargain. Look at the Anchor brand products.

    This is the system we have seen some clinicians use.

    http://www.theohioauctionschool.com/..._supplies.html



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    You really don't need a big fancy sound system for most clinics.

    Buy a wireless microphone like this one http://www.amazon.com/Pyle-Pro-PDWM9...5436182&sr=1-2

    And buy a used guitar aplifier at a pawn shop - or buy something like this http://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-Port...speaker+system

    Make sure you have the aplifier/speaker near the audience but pointed out to the arena and then both the rider and the audience can hear fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluey View Post
    For a fast response, try PM "clanter", that seems current with all kinds of electronic gadgets.
    hum, no.... voice transmission is outside my experence other than telephone access equipment which is designed to use the central switch or cell service, sorry



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