Wireless Microphones and Wireless Microphone Systems
Choosing the right wireless microphone can mean the difference between being heard and being remembered. You need a wireless microphone system that delivers the best possible results for your big moment - whether that's a concert performance, conference presentation, TV broadcast, high-energy aerobics class or any other situation that requires amplified sound without the hassle of cables.
Wireless microphones take you off the leash and let roam freely on stage and among your audience. They give you the freedom to let your personality shine through and give your audience a performance to remember. Why risk tripping over cables?
Wireless microphone systems offer versatility and give you the option to choose unique configurations and features. Today's wireless microphones are well designed to avoid interference from other radio frequency devices. Many have sophisticated electronics to find the best open frequency and to select the best signal from two antennas. Typically, one wireless system was needed for each performer, but today there are economical dual channel models that allow two performers to share a wireless system each with his or her own mic.
Your performance situation will determine whether you should choose a handheld wireless microphone, or a headsets, lavalier, or instrument wireless system. Handheld wireless mics are favored by vocalists on stage, can be shared among several users, and can be mounted on microphone stands when needed. Headset mics are essential for leading aerobics classes and presentations where you need your hands free.
Wireless microphone systems are more affordable and popular than ever before. Plus, today's rock solid sound quality and reliability make wireless microphones the sensible choice for today's presenters and performers. From churches to schools to popular rock bands, the need for wireless microphones and wireless systems can be found all over - anywhere presenters want to make their voices or instruments heard clearly.