RØDELink Performer Kit: Wireless Microphone System
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | October 12, 2017
Cables suck. There’s no way around it, cables just simply suck. They get broken, lost, or worst of all, stop working mid-way through a set. Everyone who plays live will at some point almost trip over a cable.
But there’s nothing you can do about it right?
You can go wireless and set yourself free! But, you might wonder, which wireless would be the best fit for you. If you want great quality, at an unbeatable cost, then the RØDELink Performer Kit is ideal.
If you want to chat to one of our Microphone specialists about what mic would be best for you, drop us a mail.
Inside the Box
When you buy the RØDELink Performer Kit you will get a TX-M2 high quality condenser microphone. This is the heart of the kit. No matter how great your receiver is, a bad mic will always be a bad mic. When performing you want to be sure that your natural tone comes through the PA, and the only way to ensure that is by using a high-quality microphone.
Also included is the RX-DESK desktop receiver and the LB-1 Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery. If you’re worried about the battery running flat while performing, the mic can also be powered by two AA batteries.
If you want to pick up one of these RØDELink Performer Kits, [check the availability from our online store].
Easy to USe
The RØDELink Performer Kit is really easy to use straight out of the box. With a simple push of a button, you can pair the microphone to the receiver and be good to go! No confusing channel selection for you.
Do you need multiple microphones running at once? Then great news. You can safely run eight RØDELink Performer Kit systems in the same area simultaneously. This makes it an ideal addition to any choir or church band.
In the ideal situation, you can run the system over an area of 100 meters. If you are in a high-density area where there are a lot of Bluetooth devices, WiFi devices or other electronic items using 2.4 GHz digital transmission, then your range will be shorter.
If you want to find out more details, check out all the stats on the RØDE Website.
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