How wireless microphones work and their benefits?

  Nowadays, many electronic solutions seem to be gearing more and more towards wireless capabilities. When it comes to our concern, microphones have been wireless for quite a while, but not until recently has technology allowed it to really take off when it comes to overall quality (and completely replacing wired mics when applicable).Today we recommend some of the more practical wireless microphone, for the wireless microphone purchase, I think we will certainly have many different ideas!Price, performance, use, etc.

  How wireless microphones work and their benefits
  A wireless microphone works by connecting a microphone unit(s) to a wireless receiver/transmitter via radio frequency or digital signal. This allows us to cut out those pesky cables, giving us some obvious conveniences that come with not having to deal with wires. Receivers/transmitters come in different shapes and sizes. Some connect to a 3.5 mm jack and transmit the sound coming from the microphone to speakers/headphones that way, while others sit on a desk or table and hook up to the speaker system via a wire itself.

  Microphones can also come in all forms (the most popular being dynamic handheld mics, but we’ve seem some lav too). Which type of receiver/transmitter and/or microphone(s) really depends on your intended uses and needs when it comes to a wireless system. We also recommend Sweet Water’s wireless microphone buying guide for some extra help in learning more about choosing a system, otherwise continue reading for our top picks.

  BY-WXLR8 UHF Wireless XLR Transmitter
  The BOYA BY-WXLR8 is a UHF wireless XLR transmitter designed to work with BY-WM6R and BY-WM8R.BOYA BY-WXLR8 UHF wirelessXLR Audio Transmitter with LCD Display for BY-WM8 BY-WM6 Wireless Lavalier Microphone System.
  • Oscillator: PLL synthesized controlled oscillator
  • Carries frequency range: 576.4MHz-599.9MHz (Channel group A)
  568.6MHz-592.1MHz (Channel group B)
  • Operation range: 100m (300’)
  • Power requirements: Two (2) AA batteries
  • Consumption power: 2x1.5V/120 mA
  • Battery life: Approx. 3.0 hours
  • Dimensions: 60mm x 86mm x28mm (W/H/D)
  (2.36 x 3.3 x 1.1 inches)

  • Weight: 136g (4.37oz) (Without battery)



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