Wireless Microphone Systems
Wireless Microphones are great for live events, presentations and performances which reduce accidents and issues without having a wire for people to fall and trip on. Also Wireless Microphones are handy if they need to be passed around the audience as there is no wire to worry about.
Cordless Microphones work by having a receiver which is normally on stage or next to your mixing desk or amplifier, and an invisible signal is sent between the microphone and the receiver allowing for your voice to be picked up through your favourite speakers.
Wireless Microphones are commonly used in the music industry weather its on stage or in a pub! Cordless Microphones help enhance an atmosphere and make things easier for you! Wireless Microphones are all in stock and ready for next day delivery! Grab yours today!
Wireless Microphones FAQ
There are 2 types of wireless Microphones, You have a handheld microphone which is the most common, and you have a beltpack microphone. The difference between them is a Handheld microphone is the normal microphone that you see on stages, a beltpack microphone is a microphone that hooks onto your belt and you can either clip the microphone to your t-shirt, or you can use it as a headset giving your flexibility for the event your at.
VHF Microphones stand for Very High Frequency which use a smaller frequency band and are more likely to cause interference, UHF Microphones stands for Ultra High Frequency which is less likely to pick up any interference, Normally UHF Microphones have a longer range that you can stand away from the receiver.
Wireless microphones are really easy to setup and use from the word go. Most of the microphones come already set on certain frequencies, so you will need to plug the microphone receiver into your mixing desk or amplifier using either an XLR Cable or a Jack to Jack Cable. Then you will need to insert the batteries into the wireless microphone, Add Power to the Receiver, and it should work straight away!
Wireless Microphones work by sending an invisible signal from the Wireless Microphone to the Receiver. Then the Receiver will pass that signal to your mixing desk or amplifier and make the sound come out of the speakers.