When it comes to choosing the correct microphone for your next indoor or outdoor event, consider a wireless microphone to provide the power to reach—and touch—your audience.
What to look for in a wireless system
A properly designed wireless system offers the same if not better audio quality as a wired system, picking up subtle emotional nuances while filtering out noises not meant to be heard.
Wireless microphones are versatile and provide a high level of convenience and flexibility for every audio challenge. When you need clean, crisp sound quality without the bulk and appearance of conventional microphones, wireless microphones are your answer.
Deliver vocals and sound that’s both accurate and inspiring
There are different types of wireless microphones available, including handheld wireless microphones, headset microphones, lavalier or lapel microphones, and instrument wireless systems for guitars and bass.
Handheld wireless microphones are great for most lead vocalists, give you that low-profile look and can be seen in productions on stage or in church, DJs, musical concerts, theaters, or any other type of live public address where visual image and high sound quality are important. These high-definition, flexible microphones are less conspicuous and cut down on stage clutter, and are ideal for stage situations in which a microphone will be passed from person to person.
When a performer or the production requires the talent to move around a lot, a wireless microphone will give you that benefit. It will enable you to walk freely and perform or deliver your speech more comfortably.
Greater freedom of movement for the artist or speaker
They are especially useful in programs that have questions and answer sessions at the end of the presentation. If you have a wired microphone, moving will not be easy; with a wireless microphone — problem solved.
If you require a greater amount of flexibility for indoor or outdoor productions, fill the part with convincing power and a wireless lavalier microphone.
Though handheld microphones let you walk freely without worrying about the wire, lavalier microphones (lapel mics), simply clip onto the talent’s belt or clothing and allow for a more flexible hands-free operation.
By freeing up a person’s hands, lavalier mics are useful when hands-free gestures are important to increase the quality of the speech, drama, or during an interview to explain a point of view.
Systems built to suit every application and budget
With systems built to suit every application and budget, a lavalier microphone has an extended frequency response and a wide dynamic range, delivering high-quality sound and optimized voice reproduction.
They are a perfectly viable option to keep your production smaller, cheaper, and more mobile. This omnidirectional condenser microphone captures the sound around you perfectly ensuring that every detail of the moment is audible.
Lavalier mics are typically the go-to choice for theatre work, and are favored by many brass and woodwind players. They also allow interviewers, public speakers, broadcasters, entertainers, and live stage and studio productions to move about freely while using a microphone to amplify their voice.
Designed to ensure rich, detailed sound for any project
Because the many breakthroughs in digital technology, today’s high-quality wireless microphones are designed to capture the rich, natural sound of an instrument or bring out the best in a vocalist. No matter what you do on stage, the basic setup and operating principles of these wireless systems are all the same, changing the way musicians perform. When mobile flexibility is needed on stage, the lead singer may prefer a handheld transmitter system, bass and guitar may use instrument wireless systems, and the drummer can use a headset system.
With major advances in technology, wireless systems sound and perform more efficiently than their wire counterparts, making it the quality choice for your event when you need to capture and project great-sounding audio in a cleaner mobile package.