Coursedesign wrote on 12/9/2004, 9:00 AM
No way. You'd be more likely to lose all sound because of the multiple transmitters on [nearly] the same frequency. Probably mostly squeals left.

You need multiple receivers and separate frequencies.
musicvid10 wrote on 12/9/2004, 9:17 AM
To explain, a receiver can only detect one RF carrier wave at a time. Two or more coming in out of phase equals distortion.
Red96TA wrote on 12/9/2004, 9:30 AM
Anybody lead me in the right direction? I want to record multiple channels into the same receiver so that I can have a single cam with all the audio information.
earthrisers wrote on 12/9/2004, 9:38 AM
You'll have to have one receiver per microphone (and, of course, a transmitter per microphone), then patch all the receivers into a multichannel mixer, where you'll mix the individual mic channels into a single signal (or a stereo signal, as the case may be). Then go from the mixer into your camcorder.