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unsanitary, it's easy to wipe the mic down below your
table or somewhere out of sight to avoid making that
person feel singled out.
Take it from an experienced DJ: if you don't have
some kind of wipes on hand, you will one day find
yourself in a situation where you wish you had spent
the extra $3.
Hand sanitizer is also a good thing to have with you at
all times; bar patrons do not always wash their
Care and Storage
Some microphones – especially wireless – come with
a padded case for storage. It is best to keep them free
of dust and moisture by keeping them in their case, or
at least in a plastic storage tote along with your mixer
and other equipment.
In the case of rechargeable wireless microphones, it is
to constantly leave them on the
charger. If you've ever had a cordless drill, you know
is generally a bad thing. I find it
best to put them on the charger only the night before a
gig. This way you are ensured a fresh charge when
you need it most, and it avoids any over-charging.
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