After running into the problems I've recently posted about with Digital wireless, I've been looking at UHF alternatives. Part of me wants to go full on Shure UR4 (as used by Metallica, Anthrax, Slayer and many other enormodome experienced acts), however the physical size of the unit may be a problem as my rack is sized to fly as hand luggage. I may end up going Sennheiser G3/G4 as I already run a G2 IEM and I could mount both in the space left by the G90.
In researching, I came across this article by the head of Radial regarding using a Re-Amp box after wireless units to smooth out buffering. Planning to do some tests with the G90 as I've got a Cuniberti box lying around, just wondered if anyone has any experience to share?
Use a Re-amp box between wireless and amp
I can't deny that my guitar tone was sounding thin in my ears this last tour, I was mainly monitoring through a floor wedge and then balancing out with the IEM volume if I needed more, but I'm not sure if that is coming from the more basic drivers I'm wearing or if the signal was taking a hit from the wireless.