• Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)
  • Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)
  • Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)
Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)
Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)
Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)

Over Ear Boom Microphone Headset - Professional Hands Free Omnidirectional Wired Audio Condenser Microphone Headset w/ 3.5mm / 1/4" Adapter, 1.2m Cable, and Windscreen - Pyle Pro PMEM1 (Beige)

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  • PROFESSIONAL SOUND QUALITY: With its omnidirectional feature, 1k ohms 30% output impedance, professional sound quality, this innovative and reliable corded head set microphone w/ condenser is ideal for any voice audio and speech application
  • 3.5MM/1/4" CONNECTION: This headset mic is equipped w/ a 3.5mm plug cable wire connector and comes w/ a 1/4" adapter. Works w/ body/belt pack transmitter system or w/ direct connection to studio mixer. Ideal for dj, actor, mc, singing, recording
  • COMFORTABLE AND DURABLE: The ergonomic and flexible design of the wired headset microphone gives you freedom of movement and exceptional performance for any occasion and the metal frame fits comfortably for users wearing glasses, hats, or headphone
  • MINIMUM MICROPHONE VISIBILITY: The beige flesh toned color of this wired over ear head set mic system blends in with various skin types and is practically invisible. Designed for tv presenters, broadcasters, singers, lecturers, musicians, actors
  • WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle Pro PMEM1 we are confident of the quality of our product, therefore, we offer a 30 day money back guarantee no questions asked

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Great Buy I use this at work and plug it into a portable amplifier that I wear on my belt to be able to project louder in a noisy environment and save my voice. I have been using this particular microphone for about 6 months now on almost a daily basis (8 hours a day, 5 days a week).Sound Quality: 8/10 Not incredible but great for the price. Feedback at high volumes. Not as good as the mic I had previously which cost $90, but you get what you pay for. Not bad really. Get's the job done for speaking, but wouldn't be cut out for singing.Durability: 9/10 Excellent. Mine has lasted months with nearly daily use carried back and forth to work each day, worn most of the day at work as I move around quite a bit. Gets packed an unpacked in the cardboard box I keep it in multiple times a day and shoved in a locker. This unit has lasted much longer than my previous microphone that cost $90. My only complaint is that the windscreens fall off easily. I lost one already (it comes with two) and when this one disappears for the last time, I don't know if I will be able to order stand-alone windscreens but using it with a windscreen is necessary. Without one, letters like "p" are dangerous.Fit/Design: The length of the boom itself is ridiculously long. I had to bend mine extensively to make it work for my face, and I don't have a particularly small head. It also does not stay put behind my ear consistently when I move (or I don't move) unless I have it tucked into a hat that holds it in place. That's rather annoying, but I can deal with it.Bottom-Line:I would recommend this product to others and I will buy it again in the future once this one inevitably wears out/gets damaged from extensive use over time. 4Yes, a head-worn iPhone Mic Update: I bought 4 of these because they were so cheap - and not one is broken. All of them still work after weekly use!!I never thought this was possible - a head-worn microphone that plugs into a 1/8 and 1/4 jack. I was really skeptical about these - but they work! Amazingly cheap, so I bought 4 if any break. They all still work after a month. *** UPDATE: I found a way to use these with my iPhone: Buy "StarTech.com Headset adapter for headsets..." I've tried a few of these mic / headphone splitters and this is the FIRST one that worked!! StarTech.com Headset adapter for headsets with separate headphone / microphone plugs - 3.5mm 4 position to 2x 3 position 3.5mm M/F 5Unbeatable, for the price. I ordered this mic because of the extremely low price and because it came with an 1/8" (3.5mm) connector that would work with the mic belt pack of my Nady UHF24 Wireless system (which is switchable between instrument/lapel mic/headworn mic). The type of connector in itself a very difficult find, as most headset mic's of this type are made to connect to specific wireless products (Shure, Audio-Technica, Sennheiser) via a mini xlr etc...I must say that the technical spec's on this unit are about the same as, if not identical to, that of the "Countryman" or "Audio Technica" units costing upwards of $300 (which I have used many times), and to be honest I've not yet noticed any significant difference, other than the fact that it cost about 5% or less, of the price of the "allegedly" better brands. It has worked just fine for both speaking and singing, and with none of the undesirable noises and hypersensitivities that I've experienced from other products.I may discover in the future that it's not as durable as the more expensive products, but even a "cheap" tool can last if you take care of it, and for less than $20 each, I could replace it 15 times over and still be ahead of the game! 5It didn't work I bought it as an inexpensive device that fit my existing system. I needed a directional one to eliminate some feedback issues I was having. I finally plugged it in to use it last night and while it was super comfortable, it didn't work. The plug fit and the system registered it being plugged in, but I got zero noise from the mic. If I hadn't waited so long to try it, I'd be asking for a refund. 1Cord Wears Out in 12-14 months- Good quality Speaker with Good pickup This mike works great for my personal size speaker but it only lasts 1 year before the cord gets disconnected inside and won't make contact...thus no longer any good. Has just the right length cord to use in a car for the back seat passengers to hear me from the front seat with the speaker hanging from the headrest. Also reaches to the lap of the driver from the passenger side. Good sound and picks up clearly. So wish the manufacture was better. The second year I used the L shaped adapter and was very careful with the connector and still lasted 13 months. 3This is my first ear microphone -- IT'S AMAZING!!! updated:I would definitely recommend this microphone to anyone, with the forewarning that you should probably avoid using the black plugin converter thing (I'm sorry, my wording), and you should research how to convert the audio file into two channels, correctly (which should be easy). I use this microphone all the time over my $100 microphone--it's pure gold (to me)!! :DAfter using this for about a year, here are some ups and downs.The black 1/4 to 1/2 aux converter broke really easily. I put it inside of a guitar amplifier, and it broke inside of the plug thing (I don't know what it's called). I don't know how to open my guitar amplifier up and get all the stuff, because unlike the fact that most things are screwed together, this part of my amplifier seems to have been glued together, and I don't want to ruin something. So now, I can't really use my amplifier--I suppose I should get it fixed and call someone.I stand by the exact same audio quality claims--it sounds so good for the price, and if you can work around the other stuff, it's pretty much the perfect microphone. There's almost no background noise.It gets tiring, the fact that I can only record on one ear, but maybe that's because I have no prior experience except being a self-taught musician. This isn't an issue because I can fix this in the FL Studio 12 Demo, but for others, one must learn how to convert the file to two channels instead of only one of the two.Probably because I bent the thing to fit my ear, too much, it doesn't stick to my ear as well as it used to. I usually use soft medical tape or my headphones to keep the microphone staying up, which is fine.Anyway, I still use this, all the time, so I feel bad to say these downsides. I really hope people can look past these "things" and see that this is a really nice microphone, especially since it's freakin' cheap. So, still, go buy it!Here's my old review:It's been many, many months, and this microphone has not failed me. I suggest anyone to be careful with the other black plugin, but this microphone isAs a pianist that loves to sing too, I hate that I have to lean forward and break my back to reach the microphone stand. So I knew I needed to "wear" a microphone for my tastes. I have to say, I am NOT disappointed. The clarity of this thing is amazing; this is the first microphone where I actually believed this -sounds- like me! All other microphones make this weird, distorted version of me. Not this baby, oh no. Not only that. The feedback is NONEXISTANT. When I'm using this with a loud speaker, the microphone doesn't pick up the speaker and cause that really loud, annoying sound. It's PERFECT. I'm in love. There are tears in eyes. 10/10. Thank you!There are only a couple complaints (which I've worked around, so they don't hassle me anymore). Firstly, when I try to connect this microphone to my external mixer, no sound comes out. Secondly, when I put this microphone into my laptop and connect it to FL Studio, my recording program registers the sound as "left," not as "right." Only my left ear hears the sound. I have to adjust the input settings so that I'm only recording the "left" sound, so that the sound is "mono."It's perfect now and I have no issues using it to sing while playing piano. Thanks, guys. Thumbs up. 4Great price for a great mobile mic The ear piece is a little funky and it's unusual to get it adjusted properly but as far as the sound quality goes it's really not that bad for the price. It's an omnidirectional microphone so it'll pick up sounds from all around the mic which is good since the mic kind of sits on your cheek or if you're like me, between your bottom lip and bottom of you chin. Don't get me wrong the sound doesn't even hold a light to my Audio Technica ATR2100 microphone (there's significantly more background noise and your voice output sounds rougher and there isn't much favor for lows or highs) BUT it's amazing for the fact that it's cheap, portable, and you can plug it into almost any mobile recording device and it be very convenient (I would never want to carry around a handheld microphone while recording on-the-go). So I would say this is great for Vlogging, Speeches, and just general voice recording for anyone who isn't super picky with their audio (I'm a bit of an audiophile and I notice flaws very easily). Overall a great purchase and satisfied completely. 5Microphone seems to sound fine when it works Microphone seems to sound fine when it works, but good luck keeping this cheap thing from breaking. Within 10 minutes of using this the the mic, sitting stationary at my desk, kept dropping in and out. Wiggling the wire near the elbow at the ear would cause the mic to cut in and out. This is a problem many other reviewers experience and seems to be an inherent design flaw.On top of that, getting the mic to stay securely on your head is a challenge. I have no idea how anyone could use this for a workout routine or moving on a stage, for example. Even more so when bending the ear piece to stop from wiggling will probably break the connection.So maybe I got a dud. It happens. But look at how many other people get duds. I usually have good luck with products like this, but after having a critical failure in 10 minutes, I think it's safe to say this one isn't worth your time. Spend more money if you have to and get something that won't be thrown in the trash. 1Pretty darn good! I bought this with the PYLE PDWM1904 Wireless Microphone System because I wanted a nude mic and I really like it! the only concern is that the mic is a little long/big for my face I wish it were adjustable!. Also both the pads around the mic came off so that could improve a bit! 5I am truly amazed by the sound this mic puts out WOW! I am truly amazed by the sound this mic puts out. once you EQ it right it sounds pretty close to a countryman. for the price you really can't beat it, we are having a Christmas program this year and I'm thinking these will be perfect for all the people involved. My two complaint with this product I feel like the boom is a little too long, its almost in front of your mouth I'm just used to a shorter one, also the cable is almost too short my pastor used this Wednesday night and when he lifted his arms the cord was pretty tight. over all this is a great mic for the price you can't go wrong with it and I highly recommend this! 5
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Great Buy I use this at work and plug it into a portable amplifier that I wear on my belt to be able to project louder in a noisy environment and save my voice. I have been using this particular microphone for about 6 months now on almost a daily basis (8 hours a day, 5 days a week).Sound Quality: 8/10 Not incredible but great for the price. Feedback at high volumes. Not as good as the mic I had previously which cost $90, but you get what you pay for. Not bad really. Get's the job done for speaking, but wouldn't be cut out for singing.Durability: 9/10 Excellent. Mine has lasted months with nearly daily use carried back and forth to work each day, worn most of the day at work as I move around quite a bit. Gets packed an unpacked in the cardboard box I keep it in multiple times a day and shoved in a locker. This unit has lasted much longer than my previous microphone that cost $90. My only complaint is that the windscreens fall off easily. I lost one already (it comes with two) and when this one disappears for the last time, I don't know if I will be able to order stand-alone windscreens but using it with a windscreen is necessary. Without one, letters like "p" are dangerous.Fit/Design: The length of the boom itself is ridiculously long. I had to bend mine extensively to make it work for my face, and I don't have a particularly small head. It also does not stay put behind my ear consistently when I move (or I don't move) unless I have it tucked into a hat that holds it in place. That's rather annoying, but I can deal with it.Bottom-Line:I would recommend this product to others and I will buy it again in the future once this one inevitably wears out/gets damaged from extensive use over time. 4Yes, a head-worn iPhone Mic Update: I bought 4 of these because they were so cheap - and not one is broken. All of them still work after weekly use!!I never thought this was possible - a head-worn microphone that plugs into a 1/8 and 1/4 jack. I was really skeptical about these - but they work! Amazingly cheap, so I bought 4 if any break. They all still work after a month. *** UPDATE: I found a way to use these with my iPhone: Buy "StarTech.com Headset adapter for headsets..." I've tried a few of these mic / headphone splitters and this is the FIRST one that worked!! StarTech.com Headset adapter for headsets with separate headphone / microphone plugs - 3.5mm 4 position to 2x 3 position 3.5mm M/F 5Unbeatable, for the price. I ordered this mic because of the extremely low price and because it came with an 1/8" (3.5mm) connector that would work with the mic belt pack of my Nady UHF24 Wireless system (which is switchable between instrument/lapel mic/headworn mic). The type of connector in itself a very difficult find, as most headset mic's of this type are made to connect to specific wireless products (Shure, Audio-Technica, Sennheiser) via a mini xlr etc...I must say that the technical spec's on this unit are about the same as, if not identical to, that of the "Countryman" or "Audio Technica" units costing upwards of $300 (which I have used many times), and to be honest I've not yet noticed any significant difference, other than the fact that it cost about 5% or less, of the price of the "allegedly" better brands. It has worked just fine for both speaking and singing, and with none of the undesirable noises and hypersensitivities that I've experienced from other products.I may discover in the future that it's not as durable as the more expensive products, but even a "cheap" tool can last if you take care of it, and for less than $20 each, I could replace it 15 times over and still be ahead of the game! 5It didn't work I bought it as an inexpensive device that fit my existing system. I needed a directional one to eliminate some feedback issues I was having. I finally plugged it in to use it last night and while it was super comfortable, it didn't work. The plug fit and the system registered it being plugged in, but I got zero noise from the mic. If I hadn't waited so long to try it, I'd be asking for a refund. 1Cord Wears Out in 12-14 months- Good quality Speaker with Good pickup This mike works great for my personal size speaker but it only lasts 1 year before the cord gets disconnected inside and won't make contact...thus no longer any good. Has just the right length cord to use in a car for the back seat passengers to hear me from the front seat with the speaker hanging from the headrest. Also reaches to the lap of the driver from the passenger side. Good sound and picks up clearly. So wish the manufacture was better. The second year I used the L shaped adapter and was very careful with the connector and still lasted 13 months. 3This is my first ear microphone -- IT'S AMAZING!!! updated:I would definitely recommend this microphone to anyone, with the forewarning that you should probably avoid using the black plugin converter thing (I'm sorry, my wording), and you should research how to convert the audio file into two channels, correctly (which should be easy). I use this microphone all the time over my $100 microphone--it's pure gold (to me)!! :DAfter using this for about a year, here are some ups and downs.The black 1/4 to 1/2 aux converter broke really easily. I put it inside of a guitar amplifier, and it broke inside of the plug thing (I don't know what it's called). I don't know how to open my guitar amplifier up and get all the stuff, because unlike the fact that most things are screwed together, this part of my amplifier seems to have been glued together, and I don't want to ruin something. So now, I can't really use my amplifier--I suppose I should get it fixed and call someone.I stand by the exact same audio quality claims--it sounds so good for the price, and if you can work around the other stuff, it's pretty much the perfect microphone. There's almost no background noise.It gets tiring, the fact that I can only record on one ear, but maybe that's because I have no prior experience except being a self-taught musician. This isn't an issue because I can fix this in the FL Studio 12 Demo, but for others, one must learn how to convert the file to two channels instead of only one of the two.Probably because I bent the thing to fit my ear, too much, it doesn't stick to my ear as well as it used to. I usually use soft medical tape or my headphones to keep the microphone staying up, which is fine.Anyway, I still use this, all the time, so I feel bad to say these downsides. I really hope people can look past these "things" and see that this is a really nice microphone, especially since it's freakin' cheap. So, still, go buy it!Here's my old review:It's been many, many months, and this microphone has not failed me. I suggest anyone to be careful with the other black plugin, but this microphone isAs a pianist that loves to sing too, I hate that I have to lean forward and break my back to reach the microphone stand. So I knew I needed to "wear" a microphone for my tastes. I have to say, I am NOT disappointed. The clarity of this thing is amazing; this is the first microphone where I actually believed this -sounds- like me! All other microphones make this weird, distorted version of me. Not this baby, oh no. Not only that. The feedback is NONEXISTANT. When I'm using this with a loud speaker, the microphone doesn't pick up the speaker and cause that really loud, annoying sound. It's PERFECT. I'm in love. There are tears in eyes. 10/10. Thank you!There are only a couple complaints (which I've worked around, so they don't hassle me anymore). Firstly, when I try to connect this microphone to my external mixer, no sound comes out. Secondly, when I put this microphone into my laptop and connect it to FL Studio, my recording program registers the sound as "left," not as "right." Only my left ear hears the sound. I have to adjust the input settings so that I'm only recording the "left" sound, so that the sound is "mono."It's perfect now and I have no issues using it to sing while playing piano. Thanks, guys. Thumbs up. 4Great price for a great mobile mic The ear piece is a little funky and it's unusual to get it adjusted properly but as far as the sound quality goes it's really not that bad for the price. It's an omnidirectional microphone so it'll pick up sounds from all around the mic which is good since the mic kind of sits on your cheek or if you're like me, between your bottom lip and bottom of you chin. Don't get me wrong the sound doesn't even hold a light to my Audio Technica ATR2100 microphone (there's significantly more background noise and your voice output sounds rougher and there isn't much favor for lows or highs) BUT it's amazing for the fact that it's cheap, portable, and you can plug it into almost any mobile recording device and it be very convenient (I would never want to carry around a handheld microphone while recording on-the-go). So I would say this is great for Vlogging, Speeches, and just general voice recording for anyone who isn't super picky with their audio (I'm a bit of an audiophile and I notice flaws very easily). Overall a great purchase and satisfied completely. 5Microphone seems to sound fine when it works Microphone seems to sound fine when it works, but good luck keeping this cheap thing from breaking. Within 10 minutes of using this the the mic, sitting stationary at my desk, kept dropping in and out. Wiggling the wire near the elbow at the ear would cause the mic to cut in and out. This is a problem many other reviewers experience and seems to be an inherent design flaw.On top of that, getting the mic to stay securely on your head is a challenge. I have no idea how anyone could use this for a workout routine or moving on a stage, for example. Even more so when bending the ear piece to stop from wiggling will probably break the connection.So maybe I got a dud. It happens. But look at how many other people get duds. I usually have good luck with products like this, but after having a critical failure in 10 minutes, I think it's safe to say this one isn't worth your time. Spend more money if you have to and get something that won't be thrown in the trash. 1Pretty darn good! I bought this with the PYLE PDWM1904 Wireless Microphone System because I wanted a nude mic and I really like it! the only concern is that the mic is a little long/big for my face I wish it were adjustable!. Also both the pads around the mic came off so that could improve a bit! 5I am truly amazed by the sound this mic puts out WOW! I am truly amazed by the sound this mic puts out. once you EQ it right it sounds pretty close to a countryman. for the price you really can't beat it, we are having a Christmas program this year and I'm thinking these will be perfect for all the people involved. My two complaint with this product I feel like the boom is a little too long, its almost in front of your mouth I'm just used to a shorter one, also the cable is almost too short my pastor used this Wednesday night and when he lifted his arms the cord was pretty tight. over all this is a great mic for the price you can't go wrong with it and I highly recommend this! 5
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