Select the best wireless microphone system if you’re not too familiar with microphones. We use wireless systems for live performances, setting up a few features. Many of the options we will look at today are the best vocal microphones on the market that work as cordless microphones.
We will suggest the best options for wireless receivers (though it’s best for you to make sure beforehand). In individual, we looked at the comfort of use, channels, transmission distance, connectivity, and total microphones that can hold together.
This article will help you get the wireless mics reviews through what you are hopeful are the best choices you could look at, no matter your budget. We will tell you the top most used and comfortable microphone to let you stay connected with us.
- Shure ULXD2/KSM9
- Samson Go HXD2
- Shure PGXD24/BETA58
- Audio Technica ATW-1102
1. Shure ULXD2/KSM9:
The Shure ULXD2/KSM9 is one of the best wireless microphones as it has a digital hand-carry wireless microphone transmitter compatible with ULX-D and QLX-D receivers. Shure ULXD2/KSM9 is a solid lightweight aluminum body and integrated antenna. The ULXD2 delivers uncompromising audio quality and radio frequency performance, AES 256-bit encryption for reliable transmission.
Transmitter of Shure ULXD2/KSM9:
The frequency range of this transmitter is from 632MHz – 696MHz, with frequency response (exact response is microphone dependent), 30Hz to 20kHz. This device’s radio frequency output power is 1, 10, and 20 mW—the 2V of AA power batteries used in this device with 11hrs battery health.
Receiver of Shure ULXD2/KSM9:
The frequency range of this receiving device is from 632MHz – 696MHz, with a frequency response of 30Hz to 20kHz. The range of this device from the transmitter is 120 dB with a turning range of 72 MHz. It has 1/2 remotely wave antennas.
2. Shure PGXD24/BETA58:
If you’re looking for an affordable and reliable high-quality wireless microphone, you must check Shure’s PGXD24/BETA58 handheld wireless system. This device has two parts, one is for the receiver, and one is for the transmitter. It is the most commonly used device; We mostly use it in live performance shows. The PGXD2/BETA58A microphone device is easy to use. The body color of this microphone is mostly black.
Receiver of Shure PGXD24/BETA58:
The Dimensions of PGXD2/BETA58A microphone receivers are (H x W x D): 40mm x 181mm x 104mm (1.6″ x 7.125″ x 4.1″). The weight of the PGXD2/BETA58A microphone receiver is 289g (10.2oz.). Its audio sensitivity is -102 dBm @ 10-5 BER. It has three pins, 1st is for Ground (cable guide), 2nd is for audio and 3rd one is for no audio.
It required 12-18 VDC at 150 mA of power supplied by an external power supply.
Transmitter of Shure PGXD24/BETA58:
The audio input level of this transmitter has +2 dBV maximum at -10dB position, and -8 dBV maximum at 0dB position. Depending on country regulations, the maximum radio range of the transmitter is 30 mW. The weight of this transmitter is 290g (10.2oz.) without batteries. The batteries used in this transmitter are 2 AA size alkaline or rechargeable batteries. Battery time of this transmitter is 8 hours (alkaline).
3. Samson Go HXD2:
The Samson Go Mic high quality wireless microphone device easily records good audio quality for mobile filmmaking, interviews, and YouTube video presentations. The dual-channel receiver is automatically connected to your mobile phone or DSLR camera and allows you to transmit and mix audio on two different tracks. This device has two parts, one is known as a transmitter, and the other is known as a mic (receiver).
Transmitter of Shure Go HXD2:
The transmitter of Go HXD2 has a Wireless System used to connect to the receiver. It is a digital device. The Transmitter Frequency Range of this transmitter is 2.4 GHz. This device does not have a mute feature. The type of battery used in this device has 2 x AA batteries, with a battery health of 20hrs. The range of Go HXD2 is 100 ft. Line-of-sight. The frequency response is 10Hz-22kHz.
Receiver of Shure Go HXD2:
A Wireless System is a device that works by connecting with a transmitter. The operating range of the receiver is from 100′ (30m) line-of-sight. The working frequency of the receiver is 2.406~2.478GHz, with Operating Temperature is from -10~+50°C. The radio frequency power of the receiver is 10 mW EIRP.
4. Audio-Technica ATW-1102:
Audio-Technica’s System 10 is an excellent choice for a robust, simple, still functional wireless system, working in the 2.4GHz band and allowing 24bit/48kHz audio. It has an easy setup, pairing the handheld transmitter and the receiver. Up to 8 units can work together. Enclosed with the receiver is the ATW-T1002 unidirectional microphone. The microphone shows balanced lows and highs for preciseness. It also has an intelligent vocal frequency response.
Transmitter of Audio-Technica ATW-1102:
The transmitter of Audio-Technica ATW-1102 has a Wireless System used to connect to the receiver. It is a digital device. This transmitter has a radio frequency output of 10 mW, with two batteries of 1.5V AA; its battery health is 7 hours (alkaline). With a weight of 280 grams (9.9 oz).
Receiver of Audio-Technica ATW-1102:
The maximum output level of this receiving device is XLR, balanced: 0 dBV, with “46.2 mm (1.82″) H x 190.0 mm (7.48″) W x 128.5 mm (5.06″) D” its size. The net weight of this receiving device is 290 grams (10.2 oz).
After going through each model, we can say that each one of them is good in their own way. There is not much difference in it except some frequencies and ranges between receiver and transmitter. The one which has good range can be used in concerts as the mic receiver is not supposed to be near the transmitter, while the mic with high frequencies can be used for recording podcasts and songs.