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As technology continues to improve, more musicians and audio engineers are being rewarded with the benefits. In fact, all you have to do is look at the many combo wireless systems that are now available. From complete headset systems to lavalier mic bundles, today's choices have never been so pristine in sound and easy to operate. Within this section, we've collected an impressive selection of combo wireless systems from the most trusted names in the industry, including Audio-Technica, Galaxy Audio, Nady and more. Before choosing a wireless system, you'll want to consider a few things beforehand. For one, where do you plan on using it? If it's for an outdoor event, you'll need to find out how many obstructions there might be between you and the receiver. Also, how far will you be from the performer, and how many performers will there be?

Of course, the combo wireless systems in this catalog contain all of the necessary gear to equip different combinations of instruments and vocals. For example, check out the Shure SLX124/85/SM58 combo system. Featuring an SLX4 diversity receiver with an SLX/58 handheld transmitter and SM48 mic, as well as a WL185 cardioid lavalier mic and SLX1 bodypack, this bundle has everything you need to keep a show running smoothly and clearly for everyone in attendance. Another excellent combo wireless system comes courtesy of Nady. Delivering a natural sound with 2 rugged handheld transmitters and 2 bodypack transmitters with lavalier mics, the Nady U-41 Quad is a top seller for good reason. Additionally, it delivers four discrete channels in the 902-928Hmz and 944-952MHz bands for a clear-cut performance in any environment. By eliminating the need of cords, wireless systems are perfect for musicians and presenters who prefer to roam around on stage. Another benefit is that wireless systems can be set up much quicker, and by cutting down on cord clutter, they can make an audio engineer's job way easier. With all of these reasons contributing to the ever-growing popularity of wireless systems, you can bet that this catalog has more than enough stunning options for your next live event.