Handheld microphone for sale
- Brand Name: SOONHUA
- Model Number: 20142629
- Style: Handheld Microphone
- Set Type: Multi-Microphone Kits
- Communication: Wired
- Transducer: Condenser Microphone
- Sensitivity: -55dB±2dB
- Directivity: Noise Cancelling
- Impedance: <=2.2K Ω (handheld microphone for sale)
- Operation Voltage: 1.5V
- Frequency Response: 50Hz -16KHz
- Cord Length: approx. 2m
- Colors: Black / White / Golden
- SKU: SKU20142629
- Use: Computer Microphone
- Polar Patterns: Omnidirectional
- Package: No
Features:(handheld microphone for sale)
- 100% brand new, High quality
- Special design for chatting over QQ, MSN, SKYPE and singing on the internet, it’s also perfect for voice recording.
- 3.5mm stereo plug fits for all kinds of PC.
- Plug and play, no extra gear needed.
- Noisy cancellation.
- Conveniently stand with the help of the mini desktop tripod (Included).
When you’re shopping for a microphone for live performance, you’ll encounter two different types of microphone, wired and wireless. We all know wireless microphone provides a high level of convenience and flexibility, and it certainly can keep a stage looking clean. However, if you don’t need the mobility on stage, a wired microphone can be the way to go. To help you select the best microphone for your application, we are going to exam the five advantages of the wired microphone. (handheld microphone for sale)
Better sound quality
With a wired microphone, what you put into it is what you get out of it. A high-quality mic capsule well matched to voice or instrument is the best possible way to get quality sound. With a wireless microphone, you are often limited in the selection of mic capsules, limiting your ability to try different microphones to find the best match. Many wireless microphones use commanding to compress dynamic range into a small frequency allocation. There can be a noticeable difference between vocals and instruments on a wireless microphone versus a wired microphone. (handheld microphone for sale)
A wired microphone is easy to use, just plug and play. Also, the wired microphone has faster setup time at soundchecks whereas wireless systems require some time to make sure all the receivers are set to a different channel, and to make sure there is no interference from local TV and radio stations or other wireless systems in the venue. Wired microphone’s troubleshooting is straightforward because there are fewer things that can go wrong. It can be addressed immediately with a new XLR cable or a review of the signal path.
The wireless microphone has a higher rate of failure than a wired microphone. In the world of production, where so much can go wrong, wireless introduces one more finicky area of possible failure. Wireless interference, intermodulation distortion, and drop-outs, happen for a variety of reasons and can kill a moment when you least expect it. As long as your cable is of decent quality, a wired microphone just won’t have these issues. (handheld microphone for sale)