What is the difference between the PicoMic 2 and PicoMic 2 Pro?
The only difference it that the PicoMic 2 Pro has an external microphone / audio input, while the PicoMic 2 doesn’t.
There is not other difference, both have the same level of performance and range.
What are the recommended mic / output gain settings?
Make sure that you are running a firmware V2.x. Older firmwares have different gain levels.
It depends on the situation and the device you are using the receiver with, but we generally recommend:
- Mic gain: 0dB or +6dB. We don’t recommend using a lower setting in normal situations (except for concerts, very noisy environments, etc).
- Out gain: for most devices, you can use 0dB, this is a standard mic level.
No TRS cable in the box
We ship a TRRS – TRRS cable in the box – and this cable can be used both for TRS and TRRS modes!
The TRS or TRRS mode can be selected in the Output Menu (check the user manual).
The receiver displays “Connecting…” but doesn’t connect to my PicoMic
Most likely, your PicoMic is completely discharged. Put your PicoMic in the charging dock and plug a USB cable to start the charge. During the charge, the PicoMic LED will blink yellow.
The receiver does not show as a USB drive
The receiver will only appear as a USB drive when you are in Firmware Update mode (the screen will then show “A firmware update is needed…” and a list of steps).
Make sure to follow this procedure here to start the firmware update mode.
How to connect my receiver to the PicoMic microphones?
Just remove your PicoMic from the charging dock, and the PicoStream receiver will automatically connect to your microphone.<
If it doesn’t, please check the user manual to know how to pair your microphone.