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Audio Limited RMS2020 (Audio Limited - RMS2020)

By tonyargentum.zennovastrum, 28/09/2014
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Very good, simple and can cover up to 300ft without dropouts (Sennheiser - fp 35)

By Proanim' Seven, 06/12/2014
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Good mic, reliable, ideal for speeches, karoke, MCs.
The sound is all right (80-16000 hz), not too sensitive to feedback.
Vocals come through fine. It probably has a bump in the mids.

It has a switch at the bottom, but no mute, some handling noise, but using a mic stand solves that.
It makes a very good job ^^

Frequencies: 742.5 to 744.5 mhz (4 channels).

Ideal for conferences, live entertainment, karaoke, MCs.
A good entry-level mic with a more than decent price tag!

5 ***** for its sturdiness! It may fall but it won't break!

You can find it secondhand for about $130-$160. Today a new entry-level SENNHEISER mic costs about $300!
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Outstanding (Xvive - U3)

By StarSailor74, 12/01/2019
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I chose this for use in live sound applications.
I use this with both headset and handheld mics.
There are no other comparable products in this price range.
PROS:
1: Can be used with any dynamic microphone--whether headset, lavalier, or handheld [condenser mics need not apply]
2: Small footprint on sound desk since the receiver plugs directly into the mixer instead of being a box sitting to the side taking up additional space.
3: Both transmitter and receiver have internal, rechargeable lithium batteries, so no changing of batteries is required.
4: Transmitters/receivers have channel selectors for up to six channels, meaning one can use up to six of these at once.
5: Manufacturer is very good at responding to customer inquiries.
CONS:
1: Can only be used with dynamic mics.
2: XLR connection on transmitter limits choices of headset mics.
3: Transmission range limited to less than 100 feet.
The pros still outweigh the ocns on using these--especially in small settings such as coffee houses, small churches.
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Published on 03/30/16
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