Microphone! Pretty much every person on the stage (musician, speaker, stage speakers, etc.) has to deal with them at some point or another. How do you actually know which one to use and how to use it?
To start with, there are two types of mics (microphones are also known as mics) that you might use:
- Moving coil microphones are also known as dynamic microphones.
- And capacitor mics, which are most commonly known as condensers.
Also, besides these two kinds, there exists a 3rd type, which is now more common than the above two. The third type of microphone is a wireless microphone.
As the word suggests, wireless microphones work without any connecting wire. You can move here and there freely because no wire is connected to the mic. Such mics work with Bluetooth or similar technology. Wireless microphones, aka radio microphones, have a tiny, battery-powered radio transmitter in the microphone body, which transmits the audio signal from the microphone by radio waves to a nearby receiver unit, which recovers the audio.
The other equipment is connected to the receiver unit by cable. You should contact us if you are a band or retailer and want to buy a highly effective wireless microphone.
At Todun, we manufacture and supply various kinds of audio and video conference equipment at affordable costs.
Why should you buy a Todun Wireless microphone?
The wireless microphone manufactured at our company adopts the world’s advanced DPLL digital phase-locked loop multi-channel frequency synthesis technology and automatic noise control technology.
The microphone uses a UHF600MHz~690MHz frequency band to avoid interference frequency. Two people can sing at the same time with the invisible antenna of the handheld microphone. Using true diversity receiving circuit design ensures continuous speed within the effective distance and eliminates dead ends.
The Todun microphones use the updated high-frequency surface acoustic filter to filter out the out-of-band interference signal to the greatest extent. Furthermore, it uses a high-frequency circuit design with double-frequency conversion. It has extremely high sensitivity. Voice compression and expansion circuit, greatly improving the signal-to-noise ratio.
The sound does not crack when the voice is loud. Any microphone and any receiver in this system can be connected to the frequency, which completely solves the shortcomings of fixed-frequency microphones that are not universal and is suitable for multiple sets of products to be used on the same occasion.
The bottom line:
If you want to get a quote on wireless microphones, or any other equipment related to audio and video conference systems, you should contact us. We are always there for our valuable customers.