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Wireless Microphone Systems

Convenience and mobility are the major advantages of wireless microphone systems. But there is a little more to it than simply plugging in and switching on.

Wireless microphones are in fact small FM radio stations. The microphone includes an FM transmitter and this signal is then received by an FM receiver that is usually plugged into a mixer or amplifier. While simple in concept there are many practical performance aspects that need to be considered when using wireless systems. For example, will you be stationary or moving around (as on stage or in a theatre production)? Will you want to use multiple wireless mic systems? These are important factors when choosing the type and level of a wireless microphone system.

Learn about wireless mic systems and how to choose wisely in the EDnet Library ►

Read about the Federal Government Digital Dividend and what this means if you have a system that will become non-compliant ►

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