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A wireless microphone will generally look just like a typical microphone - and they can come in many varieties including stick microphones. They will generally be in one of three different model types. First, there is the handheld, which looks like a traditional microphone, but simply doesn't have the cable attached. Others have a cube located on the base of the microphone, while others will have a body pack, which can attach to the belt. This type of wireless system is generally for use with lavalier or lapel mikes, and those microphones connected to headsets.
How wireless microphones work
The system utilizes a battery-powered transmitter located right in the body of the microphone. This will then take the signal from someone speaking or singing into the microphone and transmit it via radio waves to a receiver unit that is nearby. The receiver can be connected to other types of audio devices via a cable.
About wireless microphones
A wireless microphone is simply a microphone that does not have a physical cable that connects it to any recording equipment or amplifying equipment. Another term for this is a radio microphone. Many people prefer using wireless microphones, as they offer a number of advantages. One of the biggest advantages is the fact that the artist or speaker will have much greater freedom of movement. There are no issues with cables, and it can help to keep a stage clutter free.
Wireless Microphone Applications
Live stage performances
Wireless Microphone Manufacturers
Wireless microphones are very popular, and many of the top manufacturers make these devices today including: