Do you own a Wireless Microphone (Australia)

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Calling all wireless mics users in Australia! Are you ready for the changes to be made by 1 January 2015? Use this infographic to find out if you're ready.

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Do you own a Wireless Microphone (Australia)

  1. 1. Handy hint Handy hint Read our fact sheets and check our photo gallery to find out if you use a wireless mic. Handy hint Our website has a full list of frequencies other than 520–694 MHz. Handy hint Handy hint Not sure which frequency you’re using? Refer to your user manual or supplier. Calling all wireless mic users! You’re ready for 1 January 2015! The rules are changing. acma.gov.au For fact sheets and resources, visit: www.wirelessmicrophones.gov.au The specific frequency you can use depends on your location and your particular device. Read our region-specific fact sheets or use an online frequency finder tool to find the best option for you. Does it use the frequency range 694–820 MHz? No No No Yes What’s a wireless microphone? Get ready—be heard on 1 January. Do you use or plan to buy a wireless microphone?Yes Yes No Yes Can you retune your wireless mic so it uses frequency in 520–694 MHz? Some frequencies are allocated just for wireless mics—can you use these instead? You’ll need to upgrade to a new device. Yes Some suppliers offer trade-in deals. TV broadcasters also use 520–694 MHz. Will the frequency you’re using interfere with your local TV station?

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