Wireless Microphone Solutions at Paul Bothner Music
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | May 10, 2018
Have you got those “Moves like Jagger”? If you do, then you’re going to want as much freedom on stage as possible to move around and strut your stuff, without having to worry about a cable getting caught in your feet.
Even if you don’t run around on stage like an 80s rock star, wires can get in the way if you move around at all. Even if your microphone stays on the mic stand 90% of the time, there’s that 10% of the time when you could need to deal with a cable.
Fortunately, there’s a simple solution to dealing with cables – don’t have any. Or, to be precise, have as few as possible. By losing a few cables, you free yourself to move around the stage. Additionally, you are not limited to the stage.
Are you a minister of a church? By using a wireless microphone, you will be able to walk among your congregation while speaking. Do you have a testimony session during your service? Now, instead of struggling to hear what is being said, you can pass your wireless microphone around.
If you’re a stage actor, an emcee, or even a tour guide, ditching the cable can allow you greater movement than ever before, while simultaneously reducing your risk of tripping.
Overall, a wireless microphone system is something that every vocalist and speaker should consider. Fortunately, we’ve got a range of microphones to suit any budget.
Hybrid U-SV MK3
The Hybrid Handheld UHF Wireless Microphone has 15 User Selectable Groups / Channels, Full Colour TFT Display, easy to set up use.
The Vocal Set includes a HT420 handheld transmitter featuring a patented state-of-the-art D5 dynamic capsule for well-balanced, powerful sound..
Featuring a high-quality, handheld condenser microphone (TX-M2) and a desktop receiver, the RØDELink Performer Kit is perfect for all live performances.
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