What’s the point of 20 channel
- 20 frequency channels make clear signal transmission in less perfect environment possible.
- When experiencing interference, like hissing or dropout, just unscrew battery cover and click channel button to find the best-suited frequency.
- Frequency conflict can not spoil your show anymore.
Successful speech, audio counts
- Fine-tuned integrated circuit ensures as less self noise and handling noise as possible.
- Cardioid pattern comes in helpful for cutting out background noise for outdoor event.
- The highest 18kHz frequency response guarantees the greatest clarity of your vocal.
- Let audience get impressed by your voice!
Secured good performance for gig/karaoke night
- UHF (Ultra High Frequency) gets longer range and more powerful signal than VHF.
- Good penetration within 80 feet, obstacle is no more fearsome.
- Unique identification allows multiple mics (7 at most) being utilized concurrently.
Looks pretty slick. The quality of the mic and the depth of the sound were fantastic. I like it’s crisp and clear. The range is actually good,I was easily able to get 80 feet on this even go through walls and stuff.
It’s pretty sturdy, and easy to setup and use. Because of the flat spot of the ring on the capsule, you settle the mic on your table, it doesn’t roll off. The battery life lasted for 5 hours of consistent use. It’s very conservative on energy.
What's in the Box
- 1 X Wireless microphone
- 1 X Receiver
- 1 X User manual
No, we don’t recommend to do so. The best application is to use it with speaker that has 1/4” input.
If the Bluetooth speaker has output power higher than 15w, and both 1/4” input and gain control, then yes.
It’s about 80 feet within sight.
You’d better keep the distance between capsule and your mouth within 4 inch.
1.Putin new batteries for the mic/receiver correctly.
2.Plug the receiver into the 1/4” mic input of speaker.
3.Turn on the mic and then the receiver. The power light of receiver will change from green to red if two units paired. (If it stays green, please follow the instruction and pair mic/receiver manually.)
1.The LCD screen will flash.
2.The receiver will keep blinking green light.
3.Range is shortened, extra noise is generated, signal drops out.
1.Turn on the mic/receiver.
2.Unscrew the battery cover. Every click on the channel button changes 1 MHz. (Note:The screen will flash once every time you change the frequency, but the figures won’t.)
3.The light of the receiver will flash green in a second and turn red again.
4.The light stays red if pair is successful.
Yes, below are the 4 steps.
1.Turn on the mic only.
2.Unscrew the battery cover and long press the channel button until the screen is flashing. (Note: the figures on the LED screen will not change.
3.Turn on the receiver.
4.Click button again to confirm the setting.The screen will stop flashing and the light of the receiver will change from green to red if sync is successful.
1.It’s likely that no sound heard if you plug to a 3.5mm input via an adapter.
2.Please replace new batteries for both the mic/receiver.
3.Turn up the volume on speaker.
1.Replace new batteries for the mic/receiver.
2.Change the frequency.
3.If you use two at the same time, please do not keep them close to each other.
4.The noise may be caused by the improper adapter or speaker. Please try the other ones.