AKG Perception 220The handheld AKG Perception 220dynamic mic gives you 70 to 20,000 Hz of frequency response. The wireless connectivity gives you stable sync from 500MHz to 560MHz, and it transmits that signal via FM. The microphone also operates for up to eight hours using only one AA battery. It features an on-board gain control, which will be ideal for presentations in spaces prone to feedback. It'll mean that if the squeal gets out of hand, someone with the mic in their hand can quickly lower the volume and cut out the noise.
Tonor UHFThe Tonor UHF wireless microphone features one cardioid pattern dynamic microphone. The grille mesh is made of metal and serves some protection. It provides 10 different ultra-high frequency bands and 8 hours live use and is rechargeable via USB. It come with USB cables provided for efficiency. It supports Bluetooth technology and can stream audio from synced devices. The signal is stable, transmission is clear and has an easy set-up. It can pick up from a maximum range of 80 feet which is a good distance that allows for free movement.
Sony ECMAW4This Sony clip-on communication set, the Sony ECMAW4 is more of a traditional handheld wireless system. It is an affordably priced discreet clip-on mic and receiver is ideal for field use with a camera. It can provide interference-free high quality, interactive two-way communication and can be used up to 150 feet away from the camcorder. It provides a pristine line for clear vocals direct and noise canceling. It comes with a range of attachment options including an armband and over ear hangers for the earphone parts, all cables and a hand carry a purse for storage. It operates on a modern Bluetooth bandwidth and has several channels to choose between.
Nady DKW DuoNady DKW Duo is a great investment that is not only ideal for live performance but also lets you have a good time with your friends when you are off stage. This dual system includes two wireless microphones and a receiver that can work individually or simultaneously, so you can have your own karaoke nights in the comfort of your home. To ensure reliable, interface-free performance as well as exceptional high-fidelity audio, the microphones operate on single, separate channels in the high band VHF range. The microphones also provide an operating range of more than 300 feet for up to 15 hours of wireless operation.
Audio-Technica System 10 ATW-1102Audio-Technica System 10 ATW-1102 is a user-friendly system that's perfect for musicians and presenters alike delivering high quality audio that is clear and sounds realistic. This system operates in the 2.4 GHz range, which blocks any signal interference and channel selection is instant, allowing for up to 8 channels that can be used at the same time. The receivers and transmitters also have a digital ID display that is easy to read. This system is highly efficient offering 3 levels of diversity that include frequency diversity, time diversity and space diversity to ensure clear communications.
Sennheiser EW 135The Sennheiser EW 135 G3 comes with a little mic clip as well as an EM100 receiver which is a rack-mountable if you need to. In terms of build, it's very sturdy with some metal housing. The bandwidth comes in at 42 MHz — 1680 tunable UHF frequencies. A few other additives you'll be getting with this higher-end wireless microphone is illuminated graphic display for both the mic and receiver, an auto-lock function so you don't accidentally change settings mid-mic use, as well as some HDX compander for amazing sound quality.
Sennheiser EW D1-ME3This system here includes a lightweight wireless headset mic, EM-D1 rackmount receiver, and SK-D1 bodypack transmitter with up to 15 compatible channels. It features an automatic frequency management feature that pairs up with the interference prevention that has a back-up channel to work with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It also features an iOS app from remote control and monitoring of the system. It is made of Very sturdy metal housing. The Sennheiser EW D1-ME3 is yet another one of the best wireless microphone system if you're one to need a headset.
Shure SLX2/SM58If you are looking for a wireless microphone system that is well built, reliable and easy to set up then look no further than the Shure SLX2/SM58. This microphone system comes with innovative setup features, auto frequency scan with transmitter setup, remarkable wireless clarity, and iconic Shure microphones. Since this is a cardioid mic, it is ideal for professional vocal use in live performances, sound reinforcements, and studio recordings as such mics are good at rejecting sounds from other directions. It also has a built-in spherical wind and pop filter that help reduce harsh plosive sounds automatically.
VocoPro UHF-5800The VocoPro UHF-5800 is a four-mic system with its frequency response spanning from 40 Hz to 16 kHz. The system operates within the UHF transmission range. The receiver has a pretty crisp and bright LCD and four distinct volume controls — one for each mic — that'll let you dial in the ideal mix. In addition to all of the mics porting into an intuitive rackmount receiver unit, they also come with a carrying case that's ideal for DJs and musicians. They've optimized each mic for about 12 hours of talk time. The construction on these seems to be really high quality.
Gemini UHF-6200This affordable little set comes with two handheld mics and a receiver. The UHF-6200 system offers wireless connectivity from 682 MHz all the way to 694.75 MHz. That wide range also facilitates a really long distance of operation, giving you a radius of 240 feet, making it ideal for large-format commercial settings like auditoriums and weddings. They've sunk a lot of research into the internal CPU of the receiver as well, touting it as containing "PLL oscillation," which means that it'll continuously adjust its frequency to maintain the connection with your microphone.