• Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
  • Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei
Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei

Pyle Dual Channel Vhf Professional Wireless Microphone System Set With 2 Handheld Microphones, Recei

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  • WIDE OPERATION RANGE: This Dual Channel VHF Wireless Microphone System by Pyle Pro gives you 50-150 Meters of wireless operation range for cordless singing to karaoke music and mobility for energetic on stage performances. Perfect for professional engagements, conference, dj party
  • MIXED 1/4 INCH OUTPUT: The Receiver comes with a -inch mixed output, which lets you hook up both microphones to one input on your mixer, stereo, or sound system
  • INDEPENDENT MIC VOLUME CONTROL: The product comes with 2 wireless dynamic handheld microphone and each mic has its own volume control so you can balance the vocals as desired for a karaoke experience that both kids and adults will enjoy
  • EASY TO OPERATE: The portable VHF base unit is rack mountable and it is equipped AF / RF LED Indicator Lights which lets you know the signal strength of each microphone as they're being used. The mics are color coded for easy reference and it has an ON / OFF Broadcasting Switch
  • WHAT'S IN THE BOX: The PylePro PDWM2100 complete package includes a Receiver Base, (2) Wireless Microphones, 1/4'' Audio Connection Cable, and a Wall Power Adapter. The device can be used outdoor and indoor like school classroom, church or at home for personal use
  • WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle PDWM2100 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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Works GREAT -- but you have to know what you're doing! The Pyle-Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System worked great right out of the box.At a wedding rehearsal, I tested it on a Friday evening using DURACELL PROCELL 9V BATTERIES -- the new ones that are orange with a black stripe. The pastor wanted to be wired up with a separate lavalier system (different from this product but the same concepts apply) it worked perfectly, flawlessly, delivering crystal clear audio and impressive ambiance.There was some signal cut out due to having the bride and five bridesmaids along with the ring bearer and flower girl standing directly in line between the receiver and the pastor. Therefore, I made some adjustments by raising the receiver to about eight feet. All went well after that -- this is why a rehearsal or a dry-run is a good idea; it helps to work out the bugs and glitches.The next day for the wedding, I mounted the Pyle-Pro receiver on top of one of the 15" speakers and ran a 30' cable with 1/4" terminals from there to the amplifier. It worked great again for the entire wedding service with the pastor hooked up with one of the two included lavalier microphones.Also, I had presented the groom with the green-stickered hand-held mic so he and the bride could exchange vows and be heard well, even though the lavalier worn by the pastor picked up their voices with no problems. The green mic was dropped twice and still worked great, no damage, no harm.Later, over at the big dinner table for the bride, groom, and wedding party, I set up the orange mic using a separate, smaller PA system, again mounting the Pyle-Pro receiver at about eight feet high. Again, it worked flawlessly and everyone who used the Pyle-Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System was amazed -- all of the families, guests, catering staff and others in attendance at the event were impressed with the wireless microphones, which worked flawlessly all day.Take heed to what I mean in the title, you have to know what you're doing. That means use a few main practices to implement into your methodologies:1) Use the DuraCell Pro Cell 9 volt batteries, the orange ones with the black stripe, mentioned above.2) Securely mount the Pyle-Pro receiver about eight-feet high to help eliminate signal interference and to keep a clear line-of-sight between the mic(s) and the receiver.3) Make sure to instruct, train, supervise, monitor, and assure that the users of the microphones stay well back, behind the speakers, or that squealing, ear-piercing FEEDBACK will occur and damage the auditory abilities of the audience.4) TEST the equipment and the system by conducting a rehearsal or a dry-run; work out the bugs and glitches ahead of the event, with enough time to try it and to get everything working right so that YOU are the HERO once again.As a professional broadcaster involved in television and radio, and as a public address announcer, DJ and MC, I highly recommend the Pyle-Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System -- click through and order it right now here on Amazon -- and you'll be amazed. 5Mobile DJ Bought a set of these to try then bought three more sets for backup after hearing the quality. Sound quality is great. They are cheaply made but so far after about a year of at least one gig a week they are holding up fine. Not afraid to send them out on the floor at dances for the crowd to sing. If they break one just get another set out. Dispo mics.....oh the 3-5 year old kids love to take the dj's mic home at the end of the night, makes their night. That was a different brand though, these have held up good. I use the on off switch a lot and figured that would be where my issues would pop up but so far things are fine. For the money...GREAT product. 5Excellent quality and great pricing, what more could you ask for? Excellent quality and great pricing, what more could you ask for? Purchased this along with the ION House Party Portable Sound System with Built-In Light Show (Black). http://www.amazon.com/ION-House-Portable-System-Built-In/dp/B00BXXAZU8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392024393&sr=8-1&keywords=ion+house+partyAmazing setup for karaoke. So I'm using both the apple TV and google Chromecast to send songs with lyrics to the tv and use the dual wireless microphones that's connected to the ION House Party with the disco ball and bluetooth (works great with iPhones, iPads, pretty much anything that has bluetooth, which by the way is awesome. Sound quality of your voice is awesome, no interference like the old days. The beauty about this set up is that adjust the volume of the vocals higher or lower through the ION House Party and or the Pyle-Pro; I mainly use the ION speaker volume to adjust the vocal. The perfect wireless home setup for karaoke. Have not tested out the range, but this is being used in a good size living room. As others have mentioned, the 9V batteries that comes with it do not last, but it's very nice that they actually include it, because most items nowadays do not include batteries. Definitely do purchase good quality 9V or get some rechargeable 9V, which is what I'm planning on doing. Very happy with the quality of the microphone sounds and absolutely no interference what so ever!!! I'm not sure if it's the speakers that we purchased that compliments this Pyle-Pro, but whatever the case, it's working out perfectly for karaoke with disco effects. Please keep up the good work Pyle! 5Well Worth The Price I got tired of my kids leaving my studio mics and cords a mess to do Karaoke on the TV, so I bought this. For the price, the sound is totally acceptable for even adult karaoke. The signal is very low. I use it through a mixing board and have to boost the gain about 75% to maximum, which adds a bit of static to the sound. I imagine that someone trying to plug this directly into a computer's mic jack might find it a bit low, but maybe it's an impedance matching thing (I don't know much about that).The mics sound good, but lips need to be more or less on them. Range is fine for my small living room. The kids love being able to dance and twirl without cords.Only issue for me is that there is an on-off switch and it does not power-off automatically ever. So you will inevitably have a frequent experience of finding your expensive 9-volt batteries drained after guests or kids forget to turn it off. I solved this by spending about twenty bucks on a pair of 9-volt rechargeables and a charger. No more giving my kids crap about remembering to turn off the microphones! Happier family!Note: This unit does NOT feel professional in any way. It is a toy. It is a cool toy that works great for the price, though!! 4Wireless Microphone System Updated 2/28/2019: One of the mic is completely unresponsive. Their warranty will require me to ship them the set and pay for shipping back. Its in the trash wherr it belongs.Update:This would be the second set of microphones that had some damage when slightly dropped. The quality of these mics are NOT durable.I paired these bad boys with an inexpensive mixer and it sounds great on my home theater system. We had a $600 karaoke system and the song selection was extremely limited. Using this with the mixer allowed us to search the web and find any song we want to sing karaoke with. Our first set did fall apart where the battery goes. I'd be careful with the mic since it's plastic and feels very cheap.You do have to adjust the setting a bit to make sure it doesn't screech. The range is good for what we need - About 15-20 feet away max. I'd recommend getting some foam covers for these mics to keep them sanitized. These do require a battery (included) so it's not rechargeable. It'll be cool if they sold a stand for the mics. 1For the price, it's okayish. I've used Pyle products before and had generally mixed results. For their price they are okayish, and that's no different here. I decided to try these out for a small gig I was doing for a local church. I didn't have any sort of wireless system at the time and I just needed something quick so I grabbed this.Out of the box, you can feel the cheapness. The receiver has no weight to it; the 1/4" cable it comes with weighs more than the receiver itself. I noticed it only has one output, but has two mic inputs. There looks like a spot for a second output on the plastic casing, but instead there's a QC Passed label. The included power cable is *way* too short. It's less than 2' long and is basically just a generic dodgy wall wart. The mics themselves were slightly better, but had a very odd shape which made using normal mic clips awkward. I found the clothespin-style clips to work the best. The mics come with zinc-carbon 9V batteries that fit snugly into the battery compartment. The battery compartment door feels rather flimsy and I could see it easily breaking off. The user manual is written in very heavy Chinglish and is essentially worthless except for the laughter from trying to decipher the broken English.In terms of performance, the mics are okay. The range is, astoundingly, excellent; and the sound quality is better than I initially expected. It's not PGX quality but it's okay. There's a little bit of noise when talking into the mic but it's not bad. The one problem I noticed is that you have to talk very close to the mic, about 2-4" away, to get it to pick up any sound decently. Not too much of a problem for a karaoke-type setup, but for my uses it's not very well suited. My only guess is that internally there's a compressor or gate to keep the noise levels down. It was also about this time that the switch on one of the mics broke and now it's stuck in the On position; major annoyance there. The volume knobs feel very cheap but work fine and are fairly smooth. As noted by other reviewers this does not output at line level. A good preamp was needed to be able to really hear anything from these mics without blasting the gain and volume all the way up.Overall, you really can't complain for the price it's at. You get two okayish wireless microphones for less than $50, when a single good mic from a reputable manufacturer can cost $250 and up. For what it does, this is an okay microphone, and if you need something in a pinch, this might work. There are probably better wireless mics that only cost a little more, so I would go for those, honestly. 3Great Mics, Great Value! - UPDATE One of the mics has stopped working. The battery compartment started overheating one night, and even though I signed up for the extended warranty, I had already used that once and after that, it was no longer valid. They're good for beginner mics, but if you plan on using them more than once a week, spend a little extra.You can not beat the value of these mics! Low cost and a great sound!! I highly recommend these mic's. We use them at our American Legion on Friday nights for karaoke, and the first time we used them they were such a hit and they've been going strong now for 2 months without any problems!! You will not be disappointed!! 3AVOID THIS PRODUCT LIKE THE PLAGUE!!! HORRIBLE QUALITY AND CONSTRUCTION!!! Avoid purchasing this product. Purchased one and first thought was great but noticed a hum. Original thought was the 1/4 jumper may be the issue as appeared poorly constructed. I upgraded my cable to a 1/4" to XLR Male cable. The hum remained.I considered sending it back to the manufacturer for repair, but I would have to pay shipping and handling both ways (you have to include a $20.00 money order for product return after repair and at a minimum, you are paying $5.00-$10.00 Shipping out); it cheaper to by a new one. If you do decide to buy this invest in the square trade insurance otherwise, the manufacturers warranty is worthless (especially at the value of price purchased).I purchased an Axess MPWL1504-BK Professional Dual Wireless Microphone, Wireless FM Receiver which was a much better choice at a great price and have not experienced any problems from the onset. 1One drop to the floor and I am pretty sure I'd have pieces everywhere I purchased a set for my church. We didn't have any wireless mics, and run a simple set-up with a 16 channel mixer. I have only tested this once, so I will update if my opinion changes but here is a review of the product.Pros:- The price. I purchased these for around $25 dollars on sale. I think they normally run around $45 or so.- Range. My church has about a 120ft from soundboard to pulpit. I was able to reach, walk and talk the entire way with almost no interference or disruption in signal.- Simple. They are a simple set up. Plug it in, turn them up....(max) and go to town.Cons:- Cheap. They feel cheap. One drop to the floor and I am pretty sure I'd have pieces everywhere. But, what do you expect with this price mark?- Small hiccups. There are a few instances where there was what I call Fuzzes in the signal. This happened with walking however, standing still I had no problems. And this was really only twice in my 30min testing.- Two mics One output - Yes there is volume control on the receiver, but as far as setting levels with a soundboard to each individual mic, you simply can't. Wouldn't suggest these for singers then, simply speaking.- Turn them up. You'll need to turn them on max on the receiver then pretty up on the sound board. Not a huge Con, but it is.- They don't fit a standard Mic stand. - You'll need to invest in the clip style. These babies don't fit others, or at least the ones I've seen anyway.Other:- These things didn't have any feedback. I put them face to face, with each other and other dynamic and wired mic and even shouted as loud as I could, with no problems.- No 'On' light on the receiver. Small thing, but You only see lights when input is being received. So don't freak out when you plug it all in and don't see any lights or anything.Ending Thoughts: All in all, this is a good set of cheap wireless mics. Great for indoor functions, small classrooms, meeting rooms, fellowship halls, and even church functions. Wouldn't think a singing gig would be ideal, but maybe.I'll update this is I find any problems. 4Just MIGHT be the best you can get for $25 I'm a par-time mobile DJ that JUST started doing weddings. In fact, the first wedding I did was a sort of last minute affair, that turned out spectacular, might I add. In any case, I was previously just doing large parties and wanted to get a pair of inexpensive mics for myself in case the hosts asked for me to make announcements. So, to that end, I purchased these mics.Before anything can be said about these mics, you HAVE to know that they are definitely NOT professional, either in look, materials or sound quality. But, that's ok, if you, like me, are looking for a decent set of mics for under $25.What I DIDN'T expect was that I would have to use these mics for my very 1st wedding. When I was approached and asked (last minute) if I had mics, I said yes, not realizing that they would be used for 1) the individual doing the ceremony and then 2) for the Bride and Groom to use for their vows. I was beginning to get nervous. Sure, I had used them at parties before, and that was fine, because I was behind the DJ booth with the transmitters close and everything was ok. NOW, the mics would be just about 50/60 FEET away from the DJ booth and ON for at least 30-45 minutes. Panic and sweats ensued... At mic check, just a mere 10 minutes before the ceremony, both mics sounded bad, REAL BAD. Static, fuzz, in and outs, etc... Oh goodness... So I adjusted a few things: Turned down the volume on the main mic transmitter (the thing with the antennas). Turned up the mains on my DJ controller. Turned down the master volume on the DJ Controllers Mic OUTs. Still had a weird static and cut ins/outs. So I pointed the antennas towards the front of the ceremony hall, where the mics were. The static went away but there were still in and outs. Hm, what else is there??? *Finger snap* Change the batteries. Although the batters were only one hour old Energizers, I decided to swap those out. BINGO! Now everything worked as it should and sounded GREAT...Really. The last thing I did, to try and make the mics look more professional, was throw on some Black, Ball-Type Mic Windscreens, and done.Everyone after the ceremony told me that everything sounded great. I wiped my forehead and proceeded to play a few hours of dance music, with the thought of a supposed disaster from the mics clearly out of mind and in my rear-view.With all of that said, I can say that these mics performed better than I EVER could have imagined and might not have known, had I not be gently pushed into an all in or die situation. I will definitely keep these mics, but as a backup only or for when we all get together and do impromptu karaoke sets at whatever party I'm DJ'ing at. I think for my own sanity and reassurance, I will be picking up a pair of more professional looking and sounding mics for clients that request me to do weddings.Here's a quick breakdown (negatives and positives): -The mics look and feel super plasticy (if that's even a word), almost like toy mics -The transmitter feels UBER CHEAP. It is made of very thin plastic -/+The transmitter has no ON/OFF switch, however, when the mics are in the ON position, the transmitter does light up on that particular channel -/+Weird mic design - they look very odd and won't fit into a standard mic holder. The weird design does mean they won't roll off a table though +The mics are on separate channels and have separate volume adjustments on the transmitter, which is GREAT! +I was able to get them to sound decent, even at about 60 feet away from the transmitter -They do NOT sound as good as my corded XLR mics. They are pretty tinny. Hopefully you have tone adjustment on your mixer/DJ Controller -They do not have the ability to "Auto Off". If they are left on, the batteries burn out at a phenomenal rate of speed +They are only $25! And for that price, you get a little bit more than you paid for.So, in closing, if you just need a pair of cheap mics to get you through a night of karaoke and a few announcements, these will definitely work. IF you need something more professional, like weddings and performances, it might be better to look at a higher tier set of wireless mics. 4
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Works GREAT -- but you have to know what you're doing! The Pyle-Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System worked great right out of the box.At a wedding rehearsal, I tested it on a Friday evening using DURACELL PROCELL 9V BATTERIES -- the new ones that are orange with a black stripe. The pastor wanted to be wired up with a separate lavalier system (different from this product but the same concepts apply) it worked perfectly, flawlessly, delivering crystal clear audio and impressive ambiance.There was some signal cut out due to having the bride and five bridesmaids along with the ring bearer and flower girl standing directly in line between the receiver and the pastor. Therefore, I made some adjustments by raising the receiver to about eight feet. All went well after that -- this is why a rehearsal or a dry-run is a good idea; it helps to work out the bugs and glitches.The next day for the wedding, I mounted the Pyle-Pro receiver on top of one of the 15" speakers and ran a 30' cable with 1/4" terminals from there to the amplifier. It worked great again for the entire wedding service with the pastor hooked up with one of the two included lavalier microphones.Also, I had presented the groom with the green-stickered hand-held mic so he and the bride could exchange vows and be heard well, even though the lavalier worn by the pastor picked up their voices with no problems. The green mic was dropped twice and still worked great, no damage, no harm.Later, over at the big dinner table for the bride, groom, and wedding party, I set up the orange mic using a separate, smaller PA system, again mounting the Pyle-Pro receiver at about eight feet high. Again, it worked flawlessly and everyone who used the Pyle-Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System was amazed -- all of the families, guests, catering staff and others in attendance at the event were impressed with the wireless microphones, which worked flawlessly all day.Take heed to what I mean in the title, you have to know what you're doing. That means use a few main practices to implement into your methodologies:1) Use the DuraCell Pro Cell 9 volt batteries, the orange ones with the black stripe, mentioned above.2) Securely mount the Pyle-Pro receiver about eight-feet high to help eliminate signal interference and to keep a clear line-of-sight between the mic(s) and the receiver.3) Make sure to instruct, train, supervise, monitor, and assure that the users of the microphones stay well back, behind the speakers, or that squealing, ear-piercing FEEDBACK will occur and damage the auditory abilities of the audience.4) TEST the equipment and the system by conducting a rehearsal or a dry-run; work out the bugs and glitches ahead of the event, with enough time to try it and to get everything working right so that YOU are the HERO once again.As a professional broadcaster involved in television and radio, and as a public address announcer, DJ and MC, I highly recommend the Pyle-Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System -- click through and order it right now here on Amazon -- and you'll be amazed. 5Mobile DJ Bought a set of these to try then bought three more sets for backup after hearing the quality. Sound quality is great. They are cheaply made but so far after about a year of at least one gig a week they are holding up fine. Not afraid to send them out on the floor at dances for the crowd to sing. If they break one just get another set out. Dispo mics.....oh the 3-5 year old kids love to take the dj's mic home at the end of the night, makes their night. That was a different brand though, these have held up good. I use the on off switch a lot and figured that would be where my issues would pop up but so far things are fine. For the money...GREAT product. 5Excellent quality and great pricing, what more could you ask for? Excellent quality and great pricing, what more could you ask for? Purchased this along with the ION House Party Portable Sound System with Built-In Light Show (Black). http://www.amazon.com/ION-House-Portable-System-Built-In/dp/B00BXXAZU8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1392024393&sr=8-1&keywords=ion+house+partyAmazing setup for karaoke. So I'm using both the apple TV and google Chromecast to send songs with lyrics to the tv and use the dual wireless microphones that's connected to the ION House Party with the disco ball and bluetooth (works great with iPhones, iPads, pretty much anything that has bluetooth, which by the way is awesome. Sound quality of your voice is awesome, no interference like the old days. The beauty about this set up is that adjust the volume of the vocals higher or lower through the ION House Party and or the Pyle-Pro; I mainly use the ION speaker volume to adjust the vocal. The perfect wireless home setup for karaoke. Have not tested out the range, but this is being used in a good size living room. As others have mentioned, the 9V batteries that comes with it do not last, but it's very nice that they actually include it, because most items nowadays do not include batteries. Definitely do purchase good quality 9V or get some rechargeable 9V, which is what I'm planning on doing. Very happy with the quality of the microphone sounds and absolutely no interference what so ever!!! I'm not sure if it's the speakers that we purchased that compliments this Pyle-Pro, but whatever the case, it's working out perfectly for karaoke with disco effects. Please keep up the good work Pyle! 5Well Worth The Price I got tired of my kids leaving my studio mics and cords a mess to do Karaoke on the TV, so I bought this. For the price, the sound is totally acceptable for even adult karaoke. The signal is very low. I use it through a mixing board and have to boost the gain about 75% to maximum, which adds a bit of static to the sound. I imagine that someone trying to plug this directly into a computer's mic jack might find it a bit low, but maybe it's an impedance matching thing (I don't know much about that).The mics sound good, but lips need to be more or less on them. Range is fine for my small living room. The kids love being able to dance and twirl without cords.Only issue for me is that there is an on-off switch and it does not power-off automatically ever. So you will inevitably have a frequent experience of finding your expensive 9-volt batteries drained after guests or kids forget to turn it off. I solved this by spending about twenty bucks on a pair of 9-volt rechargeables and a charger. No more giving my kids crap about remembering to turn off the microphones! Happier family!Note: This unit does NOT feel professional in any way. It is a toy. It is a cool toy that works great for the price, though!! 4Wireless Microphone System Updated 2/28/2019: One of the mic is completely unresponsive. Their warranty will require me to ship them the set and pay for shipping back. Its in the trash wherr it belongs.Update:This would be the second set of microphones that had some damage when slightly dropped. The quality of these mics are NOT durable.I paired these bad boys with an inexpensive mixer and it sounds great on my home theater system. We had a $600 karaoke system and the song selection was extremely limited. Using this with the mixer allowed us to search the web and find any song we want to sing karaoke with. Our first set did fall apart where the battery goes. I'd be careful with the mic since it's plastic and feels very cheap.You do have to adjust the setting a bit to make sure it doesn't screech. The range is good for what we need - About 15-20 feet away max. I'd recommend getting some foam covers for these mics to keep them sanitized. These do require a battery (included) so it's not rechargeable. It'll be cool if they sold a stand for the mics. 1For the price, it's okayish. I've used Pyle products before and had generally mixed results. For their price they are okayish, and that's no different here. I decided to try these out for a small gig I was doing for a local church. I didn't have any sort of wireless system at the time and I just needed something quick so I grabbed this.Out of the box, you can feel the cheapness. The receiver has no weight to it; the 1/4" cable it comes with weighs more than the receiver itself. I noticed it only has one output, but has two mic inputs. There looks like a spot for a second output on the plastic casing, but instead there's a QC Passed label. The included power cable is *way* too short. It's less than 2' long and is basically just a generic dodgy wall wart. The mics themselves were slightly better, but had a very odd shape which made using normal mic clips awkward. I found the clothespin-style clips to work the best. The mics come with zinc-carbon 9V batteries that fit snugly into the battery compartment. The battery compartment door feels rather flimsy and I could see it easily breaking off. The user manual is written in very heavy Chinglish and is essentially worthless except for the laughter from trying to decipher the broken English.In terms of performance, the mics are okay. The range is, astoundingly, excellent; and the sound quality is better than I initially expected. It's not PGX quality but it's okay. There's a little bit of noise when talking into the mic but it's not bad. The one problem I noticed is that you have to talk very close to the mic, about 2-4" away, to get it to pick up any sound decently. Not too much of a problem for a karaoke-type setup, but for my uses it's not very well suited. My only guess is that internally there's a compressor or gate to keep the noise levels down. It was also about this time that the switch on one of the mics broke and now it's stuck in the On position; major annoyance there. The volume knobs feel very cheap but work fine and are fairly smooth. As noted by other reviewers this does not output at line level. A good preamp was needed to be able to really hear anything from these mics without blasting the gain and volume all the way up.Overall, you really can't complain for the price it's at. You get two okayish wireless microphones for less than $50, when a single good mic from a reputable manufacturer can cost $250 and up. For what it does, this is an okay microphone, and if you need something in a pinch, this might work. There are probably better wireless mics that only cost a little more, so I would go for those, honestly. 3Great Mics, Great Value! - UPDATE One of the mics has stopped working. The battery compartment started overheating one night, and even though I signed up for the extended warranty, I had already used that once and after that, it was no longer valid. They're good for beginner mics, but if you plan on using them more than once a week, spend a little extra.You can not beat the value of these mics! Low cost and a great sound!! I highly recommend these mic's. We use them at our American Legion on Friday nights for karaoke, and the first time we used them they were such a hit and they've been going strong now for 2 months without any problems!! You will not be disappointed!! 3AVOID THIS PRODUCT LIKE THE PLAGUE!!! HORRIBLE QUALITY AND CONSTRUCTION!!! Avoid purchasing this product. Purchased one and first thought was great but noticed a hum. Original thought was the 1/4 jumper may be the issue as appeared poorly constructed. I upgraded my cable to a 1/4" to XLR Male cable. The hum remained.I considered sending it back to the manufacturer for repair, but I would have to pay shipping and handling both ways (you have to include a $20.00 money order for product return after repair and at a minimum, you are paying $5.00-$10.00 Shipping out); it cheaper to by a new one. If you do decide to buy this invest in the square trade insurance otherwise, the manufacturers warranty is worthless (especially at the value of price purchased).I purchased an Axess MPWL1504-BK Professional Dual Wireless Microphone, Wireless FM Receiver which was a much better choice at a great price and have not experienced any problems from the onset. 1One drop to the floor and I am pretty sure I'd have pieces everywhere I purchased a set for my church. We didn't have any wireless mics, and run a simple set-up with a 16 channel mixer. I have only tested this once, so I will update if my opinion changes but here is a review of the product.Pros:- The price. I purchased these for around $25 dollars on sale. I think they normally run around $45 or so.- Range. My church has about a 120ft from soundboard to pulpit. I was able to reach, walk and talk the entire way with almost no interference or disruption in signal.- Simple. They are a simple set up. Plug it in, turn them up....(max) and go to town.Cons:- Cheap. They feel cheap. One drop to the floor and I am pretty sure I'd have pieces everywhere. But, what do you expect with this price mark?- Small hiccups. There are a few instances where there was what I call Fuzzes in the signal. This happened with walking however, standing still I had no problems. And this was really only twice in my 30min testing.- Two mics One output - Yes there is volume control on the receiver, but as far as setting levels with a soundboard to each individual mic, you simply can't. Wouldn't suggest these for singers then, simply speaking.- Turn them up. You'll need to turn them on max on the receiver then pretty up on the sound board. Not a huge Con, but it is.- They don't fit a standard Mic stand. - You'll need to invest in the clip style. These babies don't fit others, or at least the ones I've seen anyway.Other:- These things didn't have any feedback. I put them face to face, with each other and other dynamic and wired mic and even shouted as loud as I could, with no problems.- No 'On' light on the receiver. Small thing, but You only see lights when input is being received. So don't freak out when you plug it all in and don't see any lights or anything.Ending Thoughts: All in all, this is a good set of cheap wireless mics. Great for indoor functions, small classrooms, meeting rooms, fellowship halls, and even church functions. Wouldn't think a singing gig would be ideal, but maybe.I'll update this is I find any problems. 4Just MIGHT be the best you can get for $25 I'm a par-time mobile DJ that JUST started doing weddings. In fact, the first wedding I did was a sort of last minute affair, that turned out spectacular, might I add. In any case, I was previously just doing large parties and wanted to get a pair of inexpensive mics for myself in case the hosts asked for me to make announcements. So, to that end, I purchased these mics.Before anything can be said about these mics, you HAVE to know that they are definitely NOT professional, either in look, materials or sound quality. But, that's ok, if you, like me, are looking for a decent set of mics for under $25.What I DIDN'T expect was that I would have to use these mics for my very 1st wedding. When I was approached and asked (last minute) if I had mics, I said yes, not realizing that they would be used for 1) the individual doing the ceremony and then 2) for the Bride and Groom to use for their vows. I was beginning to get nervous. Sure, I had used them at parties before, and that was fine, because I was behind the DJ booth with the transmitters close and everything was ok. NOW, the mics would be just about 50/60 FEET away from the DJ booth and ON for at least 30-45 minutes. Panic and sweats ensued... At mic check, just a mere 10 minutes before the ceremony, both mics sounded bad, REAL BAD. Static, fuzz, in and outs, etc... Oh goodness... So I adjusted a few things: Turned down the volume on the main mic transmitter (the thing with the antennas). Turned up the mains on my DJ controller. Turned down the master volume on the DJ Controllers Mic OUTs. Still had a weird static and cut ins/outs. So I pointed the antennas towards the front of the ceremony hall, where the mics were. The static went away but there were still in and outs. Hm, what else is there??? *Finger snap* Change the batteries. Although the batters were only one hour old Energizers, I decided to swap those out. BINGO! Now everything worked as it should and sounded GREAT...Really. The last thing I did, to try and make the mics look more professional, was throw on some Black, Ball-Type Mic Windscreens, and done.Everyone after the ceremony told me that everything sounded great. I wiped my forehead and proceeded to play a few hours of dance music, with the thought of a supposed disaster from the mics clearly out of mind and in my rear-view.With all of that said, I can say that these mics performed better than I EVER could have imagined and might not have known, had I not be gently pushed into an all in or die situation. I will definitely keep these mics, but as a backup only or for when we all get together and do impromptu karaoke sets at whatever party I'm DJ'ing at. I think for my own sanity and reassurance, I will be picking up a pair of more professional looking and sounding mics for clients that request me to do weddings.Here's a quick breakdown (negatives and positives): -The mics look and feel super plasticy (if that's even a word), almost like toy mics -The transmitter feels UBER CHEAP. It is made of very thin plastic -/+The transmitter has no ON/OFF switch, however, when the mics are in the ON position, the transmitter does light up on that particular channel -/+Weird mic design - they look very odd and won't fit into a standard mic holder. The weird design does mean they won't roll off a table though +The mics are on separate channels and have separate volume adjustments on the transmitter, which is GREAT! +I was able to get them to sound decent, even at about 60 feet away from the transmitter -They do NOT sound as good as my corded XLR mics. They are pretty tinny. Hopefully you have tone adjustment on your mixer/DJ Controller -They do not have the ability to "Auto Off". If they are left on, the batteries burn out at a phenomenal rate of speed +They are only $25! And for that price, you get a little bit more than you paid for.So, in closing, if you just need a pair of cheap mics to get you through a night of karaoke and a few announcements, these will definitely work. IF you need something more professional, like weddings and performances, it might be better to look at a higher tier set of wireless mics. 4
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