30 Apr BEST WIRELESS MICROPHONES 2017: TOP 5
Wireless microphones come in many different shapes, sizes as well as various functions. Microphones have been wireless for a time but only in recent years has technology allowed it to become a the best option when it comes to overall quality. Below is a list of the best wireless microphones 2017. What to consider when looking for a wireless microphone
There’s a wide range of wireless microphones on the market. Some of the top of the line and professional models can go for a couple hundred pounds while more affordable models will cost you within the £20 to £40 range. Obviously the more you spend the higher quality, better features and more durable the microphone will be.
How many microphones are too many?
We found a lot of people researching wireless microphones tend to be looking for more than one microphone. This all depends on the next section of our list (intended use). If you’re going to need multiple speakers then getting a more than one microphone unit will save you money in the long run. Another option is getting yourself a high quality, single-unit with a transmitter model should meet your needs.
Knowing what your intended use of the microphone will be should affect your purchasing decision. Like we said earlier, how many microphones you need will depend on what your needs are. If you’re going to be DJing with a singer and/or instrumentalists on stage this should also affect the microphone you will need, bearing in mind things like wireless range and power.
Analog vs. Digital
Analog uses radio frequency to connect your microphone to the receiver. A Digital receivers (which are more expensive) uses a typically uninterrupted signal to transfer the sound. They both work well, and although digital cost more it does come with more benefits. You could go with an analog microphone if you know you won’t get many frequency interruptions or are performing in a smaller environment.
There are hundreds of models out there so we have put together the top 10 best wireless microphones in the market.
The ULTRALINK ULM100 handheld dynamic mic delivers high-quality sound reproduction thanks to its built-in transmitter, which operates in the license-free 2.4 GHz range. The receiver can be connected directly to your PC/Mac computer’s USB port, you can record directly into your favorite DAW application.More info
Third on the the best wireless microphones 2017 list, the Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System is a cost effective solution for DJs. The system features a wireless receiver and 2 wireless handheld transmitter microphones capable of simultaneous operation.More info
The Sennheiser EW 135 G3 Vocal System is a wireless, handheld, dynamic microphone package aimed at professional vocalists and public speakers. It is capable of delivering crystal clear sound quality over a large enough range for most applications and it can be used in most countries without needing a licence. Included with the microphone is a transmitter, rack-mount receiver, stand clip and various other accessories that can be used with the device.More info
Last but not least in the best wireless microphones 2017 list, the Behringer XM8500 Microphone uses a cardioid pattern to focus on your voice while the integrated shock mount system reduces handling noise to almost nothing. It has a balanced low-impedance output for connecting to any console or microphone preamp.More info