You can do it for that with the Nady E03...but you'll have some noise. You can live with it, if you don't need your personal volumes pegged, AND you use the highest quality cabling you can afford for the cabling you do use. You can get very decent personal phones for about 30 bucks, but the Nady units come with phones. You should get one E03 receiver, and four E03 body packs. One E03 can handle up to EIGHT body packs, but the most you would probably ever want to run is six. I wouldn't do more than four. Dedicate your body packs to their users...you'll save yourself a ton of time and headache on the "back end", if you dedicate them on the "front end". Use Duracell 9V's, and replace every battery every sunday, or at most every other sunday. DON'T use rechargable 9V's, and ONLY use Duracells. You can order the units online from Guitar Center, and take them to your local store if you have any questions. Good luck my friend.
Do you have any advice on in-ear monitors? Unfortunately we have a very tight budget, so something like an Aviom rig is out of the question. I was looking at Nady, Senheisser, and Sure in-ear wireless systems. We really only need to remote units for now, but something with 4 would be ideal. Also, and I know this is probably the tipping point, unique mixes for each remote would be the absolute best. All this ... for under $600. Is it possible?
Hey David. I am still alive and kicking (and that is a story unto itself). Just stopped by to say hello. :-) Hope you're well. I am still fighting the good fight, and progress has been very, very slow, if not backwards at times, but I am not taking the easy road.
Lincoln Brewster is doing a Worship workshop out my way in April and I am planning of going, and dragging as many people with me as possible.
I continually ponder your advice, and it helps carry me forward in the face of a mountain of frustration. Thanks again for your time and advice.