Although the world has been on pause for most of 2020, cutting edge wireless microphones have still been having an impact. When looking at investing in a wireless microphone, you need to think about sound quality, user-friendliness and display.
You want your product to have power and to reach your audience with the clarity you would expect from a professional setup. Then there’s your budget to consider.
Stable signal transference while giving you the freedom to move around
Multifunction LCD display
200ft wireless range
Two way input (wired and Bluetooth)
Quick response multi-channel setup
Professional quality sound with a mid-range price tag
Occasional signal loss
You may find it difficult to connect to a computer or tablet device
Sometimes detects unwanted background noise
Overall the Kithouse S9 is a high-quality product that delivers on sound but struggles to keep up with other leading brands in the market. With its user-friendliness, wireless range and multi-channel setup, you cannot deny the Kithouses’ value.
Material: Sturdy and durable the S9 is built to last. With its all-metal design and steel mesh grille, the S9 is particularly resistant to impact and corrosion. Each wireless mic has a separate volume control within the receiver box.
Sound quality: Overall, users report a clear and uninterrupted sound. Where the Kithouse S9 succeeds with user-friendly setup and manageable channels, it struggles to maintain signal and some users have experienced power cuts during performances.
Versatile and easy setup – compatible function with Sennheiser wireless mic system with 3.5mm locking screw jacks included
100 ft wireless range
Multifunction and easy to read LCD display
Additional adaptors needed to connect to newer smartphones and iPhones
Lavalier mic is not overly sensitive and struggles to pick up non-directional sounds
Sound can become muffled and interrupted by background noise
Short battery life
Perfect for those on a tight budget, the KIMAFUN delivers quality sound for small audiences and those with a reliable connection while broadcasting. The KIMAFUN is a mixed bag. Some users have experienced exceptional sound quality, while others have had to upgrade to a new system not long after purchasing.
Material: The KIMAFUN is built with a durable metal microphone head and body. With additional acid and wear resistance, the KIMAFUN is an excellent addition to the classroom, board meeting and conference hall.
Sound quality: Although geared up to be used outside as well as multiple inside events, the KIMAFUN is challenged by its own unidirectional capabilities. Overall users have experienced good sound quality that has been occasionally interrupted by background noise.
Lightweight, versatile and compact – also includes 6.35mm jack output for guitar amps and DJ mixers
Hard to read LCD display
Batteries not included and drain quickly when in use
Susceptible to plosives (P and T sounds) cresting breathy, muffled sound
Incredibly directional – picks up a lot of handling noise
Generally speaking, this is a well-loved wireless mic. Most users experience a clear, warm and dynamic sound perfect for its usage. Some users have described the mic as temperamental, and have experienced interrupted sound as well as signal loss. For most, the mic is generously priced. Some say it is easy to use and great for small venues.
Material: Solid plastic and a metal mesh make the mic easy to handle and comfortable to hold. The small LCD screen houses little information beyond the mic’s on/off status.
Sound quality: The mic is predominantly designed with a smaller venue and project in mind. If you’re expecting big things from your wireless microphone system, the mic delivers within its range. The mics UHF channels can be intuitively swapped using the concealed push-button on the device.
Fairly innovative and packing a punch, the mic is a worthwhile investment for the tighter budget.
Like all wireless microphones, the Dynamic gives you the freedom to move around A uni-directional mic that produces high-quality sound without interrupting crackle or hum noise 48 meters wireless range High sensitivity with a constant frequency User-friendly and easy to setup Perfect for small live performances and events
Not easy to use with a computer or smart devices Low signal capabilities even in open space Poor battery life and hard to access battery compartment
This mic is at the cheaper end of our list. For its price, the Dynamic offers unbeatable value for what it offers. Most users have found the Dynamic’s handling of sound suitable for their needs. Others have struggled with the Dynamic’s inability to maintain acceptable frequency levels.
Overall, the Dynamic proves to be the wildcard of the bunch.
Material: The Dynamic is built with a metal outer shell. It is long and easy to handle, but not always comfortable to grip.
Sound quality: From a good range of sound to rattling and muffled, the Dynamic has broken the internet with what users have experienced. Our advice is to tread with caution, but you might be pleasantly surprised!
Highly flexible and versatile for Broadcast-quality sound
Rugged and durable all in one wireless system
Incredibly easy to use and fast setup time
100 metres/330 feet wireless range
Up to 8 hours of operation time
Works within the frequency band G (566 – 608 MHz)
Out of most general user’s budgets
Need to pay close attention to the antennae
Where to begin? The Sennheiser is a well-loved reputable brand that rarely fails to deliver. Great at recording ambient to the crystal clear warm sound required for broadcasting, the Sennheiser is a reliable product worth investing in.
Incredibly easy to use and to set up, the Sennheiser easily syncs with other devices. You most certainly pay for what you get with the Sennheiser!
Material: Rugged and reliable, the Sennheiser is made from high-grade metals. Easy to handle and simple to mount, the Sennheiser is unchallenged in its craftsmanship.
Sound quality: If professional sounding recordings are what you are looking for, the Sennheiser is the product for you. Powerful and offering uninterrupted wireless transmission, the Sennheiser is a must-have purchase for the serious sound engineer to the excelling broadcaster.
A high-quality microphone that offers excellent feedback suppression
200ft operating range – stable signal for indoor and outdoor events (from churches to small stage live performance)
Automatic transmitter and receiver synchronisation with 5 adjustable channels to minimise radio interference
Offers a quick charging portable receiver that can last up to 6-8 hours
Occasional signal loss for outside events
Well suited for live performance rather than broadcasting and recordings
Limited by its battery life
It’s hard not to like what the TONOR UHF has to offer. Stable and with low latency, the TONOR UHF is good value for money. Most users have experienced crystal clear sound that delivers up to the 200ft operating range.
Where the TONOR UHF fails, is that some users have struggled with the battery capabilities. Crackling and broken sound has managed to make its way into some usage. At less than £40 on Amazon, you aren’t going to break the bank with this terrific product!
Material: Made with an all-metal casing, the TONOR UHF looks professionally made and stylish too. With its smooth finish and almost soft touch feel, the TONOR UHF is easy to handle and a welcome addition to any aspiring musician or small venue setup.
Sound quality: Overall, the TONOR UHF offers a clear cut professional sound. Although some users have experienced muffled and broken signal, the TONOR UHF is generally a well-performing wireless microphone.
Great value for money, the Phenyx Pro comes with 4 wireless handheld microphones and a receiver Each microphone has 4 adjustable channels that can be used for up to 4 systems at the same time High-quality sound quality with the dynamic cartridge limiting feedback and interfering noises Unwanted distortion is limited by the innovative dual anti-noise and anti-interference technology
Extra cables will be required to connect to your mixer Limited by its sensitivity – we wouldn’t recommend this product for vocalists
There is a lot to like with the Phenyx Pro. With its top-quality range and clarity, it’s worth the investment. Unlike some of its counterparts, the Phenyx Pro functions admirably with its 4 adjustable channels!
Overall the Phenyx Pro user experience is highly rated. Although marketed for a broad audience, the Phenyx Pro is best suited for broadcasters, streamers, and small live performances.
Material: The Phenyx is durable and built to last. Made out of an all-metal casing, the Phenyx Pro will survive the impact and will serve you well for years.
Sound quality: There is so little to fault with the Phenyx. It delivers a high-quality professional sound that is pure and clear. If you are in the market for a high-end wireless microphone without the extortionate price tag, the Phenyx Pro is the one for you.
Exceptionally user-friendly – just plug in and use
Has both outdoor and indoor functions – its receiver input is designed to use two mics simultaneously
Its range is up to 50ft indoors and 100ft outside
Has a built-in Bluetooth receiver with a rechargeable lithium battery
Perfect for small live performances, meetings, karaoke and weddings
Features 10 UHF channels with a frequency response between 50Hz and 18KHz
Limited battery life – so remember to keep your mics charged before use
Not ideal for connecting to a computer or smartphone
Offering a decent range while giving you quality, clear sound, the Kithouse K380A is excellent value for money. It deals well with a range of environments and can handle a wide range of events. Overall, the K380A is one of Amazon’s hidden gems.
Material: Made from a lightweight and comfortable to hold plastic, the K380A isn’t the sturdiest feeling wireless mic, but it sure packs a punch.
Sound quality: The K380A maintains good sound clarity and offers a simple user-friendly set up for the aspiring vocalist to the conference champ. With its innovative UHF Connector technology on your side, background noise, crackles and distortion are kept to a minimum.