Hello ever-so-helpful MacRumors community I was hoping you could help me out. Here is what I'm looking to do: I have a video blog (cuisinemadequick.com) and right now I have been using an AKG Perception 200 cardioid condenser mic hooked to my Behringer 802 via XLR. The mixer is set to the appropriate levels and hooked to my Canon Vixia HG20 via the 3.5mm stereo mic jack using the 1/4 main outs. I purchased some Azden WLX Pro wireless lavs but the output was really low. I even opened them up and turned up the volume out to the receiver module. Alas, I had to turn up the level 1 mix and main mix to about half causing the camera to record a very audible hiss (I can keep at less than a quarter on both using the AKG XLR on phantom power). If I record at lower levels then the hiss just becomes apparent in editing when I up the volume. I tried using a ground loop isolator out to the camera to reduce the hiss but it did nothing to clean up the sound. It seems the only way to avoid this is to keep the mixer levels at 1/4 or so. This was not problem with the AKG. My question is would I be better going with a wired XLR lav like this one http://is.gd/jCcx or with a UHF wireless lav that costs a bit more suchs as this http://is.gd/jCcG. I just need something that outputs at a high enough level to my mixer to avoid having to crank it up so much that the camera pics up a hiss. Thanks in advance for your advice!