2 SELECTABLE CHANNEL: This black handsfree wireless microphone system by Pyle Pro has 2 selectable frequency channels and gives you 160 ft of operation range for cordless singing to karaoke music and mobility for energetic on-stage performances
UHF BAND: The unit features UHF signal audio transmission for an unsurpassed performance with an operation range of up to 160 ft for clear, noise and distortion free, crisp vocals and excellent sound reproduction unlike other low-grade VHF units
INDEPENDENT MIC VOLUME CONTROL: Each lav 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. Perfect for professional engagements, conference, dj party
DUAL OUTPUT JACK: The receiver base features a balanced XLR output jack to hook up your sound mixer / stereo or speaker and an AUX 1/4" phone plug for other external devices. It also has a digital frequency display, antenna, and indicator lights
WHAT'S IN THE BOX: The package includes a receiver base, TRS cable, power adapter, 2 body-pack transmitter, 2 headset and 2 lavalier lapel mic. The device can be used outdoor and indoor like a school classroom, church or at home for personal use
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Very happy with theseThe head sets work well and stay in place although they aren't disguised at all. The lavaliers have a good clip and there's plenty of lead wire so you can run it over a shoulder and onto the waistband of a 6ft male without any problem.I don't expect these to last for years and years, but maybe they will. For $99, though, I get 2 cordless mics that have a decent range and come across very clear. The mics seem to be sensitive enough that we haven't needed to constantly adjust in order to keep our voices piped directly into them... been there, done that and its a pain. These catch our voices as we talk past the receiver. They have been a real benefit to our Campus Life program... our leaders are locked and loaded when its their time to lead a game or discussion or wrap up talk. If I get 3-4 years out of these I'll be very pleased, anything else is a bonus.5Great wireless headsets!
We got this set of wireless headphones for use with streaming. They work quite well in a noisy studio. We use Energizer Recharge Universal 2000 mAh Rechargeable AA Batteries, Pre-Charged, 8 count and they last around 16 hours per charge. The cables came with it and was easily plugged into a BEHRINGER XENYX Q802USB mixer. The only con for me so far is there is no sound volume controller on the actual pack. That is located only on the base. There is a mute switch on the pack so that will suffice. We use the shirt mics as we both prefer to not have the headset on. I would highly recommend these to anyone looking for a wireless mic setup.
5DO NOT PURCHASE! Buy GTD Audio instead!Can I give this 0 stars?! I must've received a lemon because I can't go 5 feet away without the signal cutting out! This product is dead to me! I wish I could get a refund or replacement! Amazon please help me! I ended up by the GTD Audio U-35H and hope to get the lapel versions later!Update: I tried the unit inside and it worked better. So I am upping my rating to 3 stars. I will mainly use this for wedding ceremony use. Sometimes they are held outside. I want these to work! I will just have to chance it one day!3Great Product!Ordered this a few months ago to replace an aging wireless mic system at our small church. We like that there are 2 headset mics with this system. We were also pleased that we could actually use both of them at the same time! We set one transmitter to Ch 1 and the other to Ch 2 and no interference! The only thing our Pastor wasn't fond of was the headset mic. The part of the mic that comes down from the headset to the actual microphone, was too long. He also likes to move around a lot, and he found that the mic was moving around on him a lot causing it to go too close to his mouth and you could hear pops as he spoke and air went over the mic. We bought another mic and are now using that with the same transmitter as before. Great product and fit the needs for our church, our pastor uses one and one of the Deacons uses the other. Since the Deacon doesn't move as much his mic doesnt move on him and it works well.4It worksSo I purchased this on short notice because I had a wedding that was a week away and this was the only set of mics that I could get on short notice. I have one lavalier, but they needed 2. I bought a returned set from amazon due to it being half the price. That being said this set worked just fine. The sound isn't the best, but it's not bad at all. The lavalier capsule could be better, but it does produce good enough sound for everyone to understand what is being said. The downside for me is that there is only one xlr output so you can really only set one eq for both mics which is a pain when using both mics together.These will get the job done and will work well until I can save up and get a pair of Shure lavs or maybe Sennheiser. These will be great backup lavs as well. The construction seems like it is on the cheap side so I recommend being careful with these and try not to drop them. I think I will upgrade the Lavalier mic itself and see if the sound gets better with a new mic or if the sound quality has to do with the body pack as well. Overall I would recommend this to anyone who needs a pair of lavs that won't break the bank and can get the job done.4Work great for me!We have two sets (and one more on the way). We use them for our musical theatre program along with 26 other mics. These work fine - are they the best, no, but for the price they are exceptional. I would assume the negative reviews are from sets that had an issue with manufacturing. The two sets we have so far are great.5Great deal for the price, good but not professional grade constructionI bought this set for use with my small to mid size church's PA system. I found them easy to set up, reliable, and the sound quality to be very good (we have only used the lapel mics so far). The batteries than came with them did not last very long, but so far the alkaline replacements have held up for a few weeks now of a full hour every Sunday.There are individual gain controls on the receiver, plus an adjustment in the transmitter behind the battery door for initial setup adjustment (I did not need to change it). The transmitter's power switch is 'muted' in its middle position and it is possible to accidentally go too far and turn it all the way off. But, I have not noted any noise turning it back on. Sensitivity is very good, and the mic connector does screw into the transmitter making it risk free for dumping it into your pocket. The wires on the mics are a little on the stiff side and had a pretty good memory of the bends from being folded up in the packaging.I did not see it in the description, but a 1/4" cable is supplied for connection to an amp. As noted above batteries were also included, but they are cheapo dry cells that are really only good for initial setup and first use. Good if you forgot to buy some and need to get it working.In terms of range, they worked well even when about 60 or 70 feet away and through 2 walls. I have not tried to walk away until they stop working, but they are more than adequate for our normal 20-30 feet of our use and I have not experienced any interference or drop outs.Construction of the receiver base is on a par with an inexpensive consumer electronics device, like a low end wifi router. It is just fine but definitely not a professional unit that would take getting banged around. If you will be breaking down your setup every night and throwing it in the back of your car, invest in a padded hard shell carry case.Overall, a big thumbs up.5PylePro or the Shure PGXD14/93-X8 Wireless Microphones ??We've been using Shure PGXD14/93-X8 Wireless Microphones in our venue for many years. We have 4 and needed to add 2 more mics and thought the Pyle Pro PDWM3400 was worth a try for the price and reviews. The Shure's by far are superior but at $400 a pop pricey. But.... in this case, you definitely get what you pay for. Over the last 3 monthsthe PylePro were having trouble receiving behind the wall separating the sound room from the 5,000 sf Conference Center. We placed the receiving outside the sound room and it worked reasonable well, occasionally would get a pop or 2 as it lost connection. Never get that with the Shure's. I would recommend the PylePro for small venues but not in professional settings where the sound system MUST not fail. We've ordered 2 more of the Shure's3Dual Wireless Headset System Great for Church Speaking ApplicationsWe use this set in church for the speaking parts of our pastors. We do not use the mics that came with this set, they are junk. But we purchased 2 of the Pyle-Pro PMHM2 Omni-directional Head Worn Microphones (3.5mm / 1/4'') to use for this set. With those mics and this system, it is a phenomenal system for the price.This system is comparable to the Shure systems. A dual receiver will run you about $250 and the transmitters are an extra $150 each. Throw in the Countryman mic for around $500 each and you've spent about two grand on a good wireless system for two people. Here, you spend $100 for the system, chuck the worthless mics that come with it in the trash, buy two of the better Pyle-Pro mics mentioned above for $25, and for $125 dollars you have yourself a wireless system that works fine for speaking in church. Would the Shure and Countryman work better? I don't know, because I didn't spend the $2,000. But I can tell you that for $125 you can get a working system that does the job well.For full disclosure there are some issues with gain levels between the transmitters (one seems hotter than the other) but there is a gain adjustment on the back of the receiver to deal with that. Again the issue is price. Can't beat this system for the price, in my opinion.5the mics are not very good at allThey just do not work well. They cut out, the mics are not very good at all, range is horrible. I set the receiver 5 feet from the pack and plugged it into a power conditioner and messed with the mic for far too long to get it to work right AND THEN it just stopped working after about 10 minutes. Very underwhelmed.1Very low sound levels make this unit unusable
Bought this to provide audio for presenters at a weekend conference. During testing I found the sound level, even with the gains on the transmitter AND receiver cranked up to maximum, to be far too quiet for the unit to be usable. Wearing the lapel mic in the standard location a few inches under the chin results in almost no audio whatsoever being picked up. In fact, it was necessary to put the mic up to the mouth to get a decent sound level.I returned this unit and bought a more expensive system from a well-known audio/microphone manufacturer to replace it, which works far better.I don't know if it's the mic that's at fault here or the design of the transmitter or receiver, but the unit as-sold doesn't do what it's supposed to do.
2Broken and Pyle won't replace - TERRIBLE companyThis is really low-end stuff- really cheap plastic and so lightweight you almost think it's one of those non-working "dummy" display units. It does work though and did the job for the one time we used it. However, one of the headsets was damaged (see photo). I've been trying for months to get Pyle to replace it, but keep getting the run-around. Buyer beware: do not expect ANY support from Pyle, even for replacement of broken items.1
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Pyle 2 Channel Wireless Microphone System - Portable UHF Digital Audio Mic Set with 2 Headset, 2 Lavalier lapel, 2 Transmitter, cable, power adapter - For Karaoke, PA, DJ, - PDWM3400