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Wireless Single Channel Microphone Systems & Microphones

Our Wireless Single Channel Systems & Microphones

What are the benefits of a Wireless Microphone System?

Wireless microphones are great for many reasons, but the main one is that you don't have to worry about tripping over wires when using them! We have already advised many people in the use of wireless microphones, and many fitness instructors, public speakers and houses of worship find them very helpful when it comes to performing. 
Whether you need a handheld microphone or a lapel or headset system, wireless microphones are ideal for presentations, conferences, or any event which requires you to have freedom of movement whilst speaking.  
Here are the questions you should ask yourself before buying a wireless microphone system:
  • What type of output does the receiver have, and is it compatible with my existing sound system?
  • Is an additional connection cable required, and do I have an empty input available on my sound system?
  • How many microphones will be required, and will they need to be used simultaneously?
If you're looking for a wireless microphone system then look no further. We can offer you a wide range of quality wireless microphones and systems from leading brands such as Toa, Audio Technica, Trantec & many others. Don't hesitate to visit our different sections to find the right wireless microphone system for you. 

What does a "Single Channel Wireless System" really mean?

If you aren't used to dealing with the AV world some of the terminology can be quite confusing. When referring to a wireless microphone system as being a "single channel" system, what this essentially means that you have a wireless system with a single transmitter and a single receiver.
The transmitter will typically be a handheld microphone, or alternatively a "beltpack" with either a tie clip or headset microphone connected to it. The transmitter sends your speech wirelessly to the receiver unit via radio frequency, and the receiver then relays this signal to your chosen sound system via an output cable. 
The receiver is usually a desktop box with outputs for connecting to a sound system. The receiver will either have "fixed" frequencies which means that it cannot be adjusted, or it will have frequency selections, also known as "channels", that can be set.
What this means is that even though you may have a "four channel" receiver, it doesn't mean that it can receive transmissions from four sources at the same time. It means that four receivers could be used simultaneously alongside one another.  
We understand that all this can seem quite daunting if you're unfamiliar with these systems so if you do have any questions at all regarding wireless microphone systems, please contact our sales team who will be happy to help. 
Chord UP2-BT Beltpack Transmitter
£ 59.99
(-62.33%) £ 22.60
Chord UP2 Portable UHF Wireless System
£ 118.80
(-33.50%) £ 79.00
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