I have been given the go-ahead to purchase 6 new wireless mics for our church. We have a very lively church. Our singers move around the stage, and sing with power, etc. I'm just trying to give you an idea of the application these mics will be used in.Anyways, I've always purchased the wireless mics separately. We've only ever had two at my church, but now we are starting to want to eliminate all the cable on stage so they want ALL wireless mics. Anyways, since I'm buying 6, I feel like I need to make sure the mics can all be used together. I don't really know what I'm trying to say, but here's my question:1. What should I be looking for in a wireless mic in terms of using 6 (8 in total) together?2. What are some of the better wireless mics on the market. We currently use an SM58 and a PG58. We have the budget to get some decent mics. Thank you
We have the budget to get some decent mics.
For HOW, I personally like the Shure BLX or SLX systems-dpending on channel count and budget.With that mic count, a vendor might try to steer you to the GLX series or another manufacturers 2.4G system. I would strongly advise avoiding anything running on 2.4 G (WiFi) channels-just too many potential conflicts-and its only going to get worse. We have some quality mics that run on 2.4G and most of the time they work great-but I would prefer something that is great all of the time.
IMO if going Shure and there is reasonable budget, go for a QLXD or ULXD.John R.
The two things I do not like about the Shure BLX:1) Capsule is not removable/replaceable. 2) No provision for external antenna/antenna distribution system. If there is an AV cabinet in an equipment room somewhere, forget it.I would avoid GLX with a 6 mic system.IMO if going Shure and there is reasonable budget, go for a QLXD or ULXD.John R.
The only Shure analog gear worth purchasing is UHF-R if you have the coin, everything else is considered cheap toys
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