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thomas1 شهریور 8 '19

Top Ten Wireless MicrophoneTop Ten Wireless Microphone


Microphones are one of the most popular wireless devices. Having a wireless microphone is very beneficial, not only to play music on stage, but for many other activities, such as seminars, karaoke nights and anything else you need to project your voice without using a cable. Remember, You can choose from many options for wireless microphone solutions. The choice of the best solution, therefore, depends a lot on you. However, our main aspect to consider is your budget. If you’re just looking for the best microphone to play on stage, read our article for more information. Perhaps the best recording microphone, in which we highlight the best condenser microphones with which to record. With many of them, the reliability of wired microphones used by artists around the world is unbeatable. Some of the most powerful dynamic microphones on the market require a cable; However, if you absolutely need a wireless microphone, we have the solutions here in this article. If you want to compete with some of the best stage microphones, you will have to spend money on a system with a microphone and a transmitter (and sometimes a converter). Otherwise, look for relatively cheap, wireless microphones, which have some disadvantages.

What to keep in mind with wireless microphones.

Here are some things you should keep in mind when buying your wireless microphone. These are based on the personal experiences we had and what many others have said about the use of a wireless microphone. We will be certain: many cheaper wireless microphones are not good. We’ve heard a lot of negative comments about most models under $ 100, so you’ll want to save a lot of money to invest in a functioning wireless microphone system. In other words, unless you are looking for a karaoke microphone or a cheaper alternative for everyday use, you will want to go bigger. Trusting a wireless transmission system can sometimes be a bit frightening due to the possibility of sound loss. Obviously, this is never something we want, but it happens from time to time, as if a cable were coming out of the microphone or speaker. Living with this possibility really depends on what you are going to do: a show in a local garage or bar? Maybe that’s happening, but what if you make a big room and your work really depends on it? Choose wisely.

How to choose a wireless microphone

Where will you use your wireless microphone? How far will you be from the receiver? Will there be objects on the road? You will determine the strength of your receiver with these questions. In case of doubt, it may be better to stick to the center. What kind of wireless microphone system do you want? There are pocket computers, helmets and lavaliers. There is a time for all this. How many antennas do you want your transmitter (diversity) to have? More is better, obviously. But the number of antennas determines the intensity of its signal (diversity chooses which antenna is the strongest), which reduces the risk of abandonment. How often do you want your system to support? Some come in VHF (very high frequency) systems, which are low quality frequencies that compete with the radio and other stations. The UHF (Ultra High Frequency) systems are of a much better quality and offer lower frequencies that are less congested and offer more space to operate. For a good article about the difference, we like the publication UHF vs VHF of Audio-Technica. You can also use a digital system for the lowest risk of interference, but it lacks some very powerful frequencies. Analog or digital? If you are looking for an answer to the popular debate about wireless communications, we will make it clear. Analog uses the waves to make its sound pass. On the other hand, with digital systems, audio is digitally converted into a signal on the transmitter. When dealing with the data now, in principle interference and noise are eliminated. In general, higher quality analog systems are said to have slightly higher audio quality, but they are more likely to interfere with the use of the waves.

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