Wireless Microphone Systems
Capture interviews and speeches using wireless microphones that allow great flexibility. Convenient, portable mic systems that help your videos and events deliver voices clearly.
What are the advantages of using a wireless microphone system?
In the age of wireless technology, almost every piece of electronics has evolved to have wireless versions that are far more superior in many ways than their traditional counterparts. With microphones, the biggest benefit of going wireless is the added convenience and flexibility. Movements are not bound by the length of a mic cable, which can be messy and distracting to use.
Wireless mics are a staple in most stage and broadcast sets. But you don’t have to be part of a professional production crew to be able to use one. There are simple, affordable wireless microphone systems that you can buy for your personal projects and small events.
Wireless Lavalier Microphones
Wireless lapel mics are designed for portable operation such as wide-shot filming, theater acting, and talk shows. There are one-step, plug-and-play models that can instantly communicate audio from a transmitter worn around the speaking person’s belt and onto a receiver connected to the camera operator. We suggest getting a wireless clip-on microphone that can be attached to clothing securely and work with different types of cameras.
Wireless Handheld Microphones
Every live event host should have a trusted, heavy duty wireless hand-mic that can withstand long hours of stage work and multiple users. Good handheld microphones have compact build, metallic finish, and directional pick-up patterns that easily isolate vocals from background noise. Invest in a versatile one that can be paired with a DSLR and can be used for hosting, interviews, and record production.
What qualities should you consider when choosing a cordless microphone?
One of the first things that you should check is the operational range. Wireless microphones transmit sound to a receiver that’s connected to a camera or speaker. If the microphone is out of range, it won’t be able to get the job done. Some wireless lavalier or lapel mics can work from 20 to 150 feet away from the receiver.
Take note, though, that the recording environment can affect the gear's ability. There are wireless handheld microphones that work fine even when the receiver is 330 feet away in an open area, but its operational range is reduced to 200 feet if there are obstacles.
Another thing to note is energy efficiency. Find out how many hours a mic can work and which batteries are required per unit. Compatibility is another factor worth looking into. If you want a universal model, go for one with an external audio jack that can be plugged into DSLRs, camcorders, and mirrorless cameras.
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