|Wireless Microphones For Any Stage|
Radio mics come in different variations such as handheld, lapel, headset or instrument systems. From the belt back you connect your microphone of choice. There are a few options available to you with regards to frequencies.
|Wireless Mic Systems|
What are Wireless Microphones Wireless Microphone systems are often referred to as a radio mic or possibly cordless microphones. Like the name suggests it is a microphone that does not have a physical cable from the mic to the mixer which allows the user to have more freedom on stage. Channel 70 (863-865MHz) is a free to use band of frequencies.
Below is a little guide to start you off. The Transmitter is built into the microphone itself and that wirelessly transmits to a receiver that connects to your mixing desk. From the belt back you connect your microphone of choice.
There are a few options available to you with regards to frequencies. You need to decide in advance which frequency band is right for you. It is much bigger than channel 70 and designed for those people that are moving from venue to venue using their wireless microphones.