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[...] MUCH older microphones (which are clearly all analog).
That's a pretty sweet video transmission set. Any idea on overall range?
[...] do you need to convert anything to connect a regular laptop microphone (soon to be parabolic) to that receiver other then solder on an rca plug?
Q: Why does my 2.4GHz camera/receiver kit give me such a bad picture or no recognizable picture? Is this a defective product?A: No, absolutely not a defective product, each kit has been fully tested before it is shipped to you. We often receive this question, here is the reason. 2.4GHz frequency band is a pretty busy band, there are a lot of products use this same frequency band. If you have any other electric appliance that uses the 2.4GHz frequency band, those appliances will cause interference to your 2.4GHz wireless camera/receiver kit and the signal between the camera and receiver will be disrupted. Common consumer electric appliances also use the 2.4GHz frequency band are cordless phones, wireless computer network, etc. If you have those appliances in your house or in the houses/buildings around you, these appliances must be turned off for your wireless camera/receiver kit to work. Usually in order to make sure your kit has nothing wrong, we suggest you to bring the kit to and use it in a different place where it is sure there is no wireless electric appliance around.