UHF Rechargeable Dual Channel Wireless Microphone System with 16 FrequenciesRegular price $212.99 Save $-212.99
|Type:||Wireless Microphone System||Wireless Technology:||UHF|
|Suited For:||Home Recording,Studio Recording, MC, Karaoke|
UHF Rechargeable Dual-Channel Wireless Microphone System with 16 Frequencies
Frequency Agile over a 25 MHz Bandwidth, with 16 preprogrammed Frequencies Available.
The battery-level indicator on theTransmitter
TwoIndependentBalancedXLR AudioOutputs and One Mixed Unbalanced 1/4"Outputon theReceiver
Two independent Volume ControlKnobs (One for Each Channel)
Microcontroller (CPU) Controlled
13 15VDC Power Supply
About the UHF frequencies
UHF (ultra-high frequency) signals operate at the higher end of the radio frequency spectrum. They can more easily penetrate metal and concrete structures, which makes UHF radios a good choice in built-up areas like towns and cities, or for densely wooded or hilly areas. It also makes them popular for indoor use. In these environments, the radio signal is more easily transmitted through and around dense objects.
AWR6123U Receiver 1
AWX6123U Transmitters 2
1/4-inch to 1/4-inch Audio Cables 2
AC/DC Adaptor for AWR6123U 1
1.5V AA Batteries 2
Owner's Manual 1
Reviews for Audio2000s UHF 16-frequency Rechargeable Dual-Channel Wireless Microphone System
Mike Patten: Great value - great product.
I bought these specifically to MC a Relay For Life event. Great range, good clarity, and solid battery life. I can't speak as to their quality for singing as we didn't use them for that. They are dang "hot", I will say. I really had to turn the volume down. All in all, I was super pleased and I really see them as a terrific value for the dollar.
The microphone system works well. I plan on using it to sing at nursing homes and churches. I am very satisfied with it.
Some guides to find the Best Wireless Microphones
There are plenty of microphones that are very similar, but there are a few key differences, so how can you be sure you’re spending your money in the right place?
Take a look at our article here on some key specifications to look for in your new microphones.
The absolute first thing you’re going to want to look into is what kind of technology your microphone is using, the kind of quality you’re going to be able to reach your vocals. The absolute industry standard you’re going to want to be working with at the moment is UHF.
Number of Microphones
The number of microphones you get per kit will solely depend on the kit you’re looking at, but it’s worth paying attention to make sure you get the number you’re after. If you’re in a band and you’re only a solo singer, then, of course, one microphone is going to be enough. However, if you’re in a group of singers, have multiple instruments you want to pick up with a wireless microphone, or different bands who use different microphones, you’re going to need to get a pack with more than one.
While UHF is mainly used to connect the microphone to the signal receiver, you’re going to need to think about how you connect your receiver to your amplification equipment or rack. This could take place in the form of an XLR connection, or a ¼-inch connection.
Available Frequency Channels
There’s a lot of technology out there that works wirelessly, so much so that signals can become mixed up and distorted with one another, which can result in total signal failures and interrupted quality. This is why it’s important to make sure you have multiple frequency channels available.
There’s no point in investing in a wireless microphone set if it’s just going to run out of juice the moment you start using it. This is why you need to take the time to figure out the battery life is of each device, and what is suitable for you.
The Audio2000s UHF 16-frequency Rechargeable Dual-Channel Wireless Microphone System has all the most suitable features you are looking for in a wireless microphone system, Get one today to enjoy the power of your voice!