In the world of music, unplugged doesn’t always mean acoustic. Technology has evolved, so needing to be plugged in to everything is no longer required. From headsets to mics to transmitters and receivers, with wireless system components you can cut the cord and take to the stage like never before.
When you first start looking at going the wireless route, you’ll be surprised by all the options you have. Because of this, there are a few things to consider to help narrow down your possible choices. No matter what you play or how you play it, comfort is always top of mind. If you’re looking at microphones, are you comfortable holding it, or are you looking for a hands-free headset option? For those that prefer handheld mics, take a look at the Shure GLX-D Handheld Transmitter or the Audio-Technica ATW-T371b 3000 Series Handheld Condenser Microphone. Both offer outstanding reliability and sound in a professionally designed package. If you lean more towards headsets, consider the Sennheiser Ear Set 4-4-3 Cardioid Ear Worn Microphone or the Galaxy Audio Single Ear Omni Headset Mic. Easy to set up and extremely lightweight, you won’t even know they’re there.
Quality is usually the other major factor in wireless technology. But with such extreme advances, wireless accessories offer the same quality in a tighter package as their wired counterparts. Receivers, conversion kits, monitors and antenna combiners all come in wireless options now, cleaning up the stage, while consistently delivering the calibre of quality you’re used to. And with battery powered or rechargeable options, you’re able to get exactly what you’re looking for in your gear.
With so many accessories and components available, you’re sure to find something here to enhance and simplify your setup. Wireless system components not only remove unnecessary cables, but they also take your performance to a whole new level.