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Experience with Phenyx Pro Wireless Microphone Systems?

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lindsay Dean:
I've said this before and I'll say it again except for the pastor I don't understand why on a tight budget performers that usually just stand in one place need a wireless mic system.
 it's not a good use of money,  until you get up into the decent ones shure Sennheiser Etc except for Aesthetics there's really no point on a tight budget.

Mike Caldwell:
Don't even consider those or for that matter any four channel wireless system that only cost $200.

My experience with any wireless system like those and there are a few of them out there is they all are having issues with at least one channel that is dead. The handhelds with those systems that I have done a check one two with all have had some of the worst handling noise I've ever heard.
Any system I have worked using a system like those they always mention issues with the wireless and I say there's nothing I can do to fix them.

If needed and it will work in the given space my budget wireless choice is the Audio Technica 2000 series.

Tim Weaver:

--- Quote from: lindsay Dean on January 24, 2023, 01:04:11 PM ---I've said this before and I'll say it again except for the pastor I don't understand why on a tight budget performers that usually just stand in one place need a wireless mic system.
 it's not a good use of money,  until you get up into the decent ones shure Sennheiser Etc except for Aesthetics there's really no point on a tight budget.

--- End quote ---

Wireless mics get you closer to God.

I swear I have this fight so often. I'll put a perfectly functional and great sounding gooseneck mic on a lecturn in a classroom and they complain it "picks up everything" so they want a wireless HH instead, UNTIL they find out that with a handheld they actually have to, you know, hold it and then they want a headset. So at that point we've spent 1500 bucks to get back to a mic that looks silly and still picks up everything.

Mike Caldwell:
"so they want a wireless HH instead, UNTIL they find out that with a handheld they actually have to, you know, hold it somewhere around their mouth and then they want a headset."

I fixed that for you!!

Thomas Le:
Never heard of this brand. Stick to established name brands ala Shure or Sennheiser or Audio Technica.

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