Vonyx WM55 Handheld Wireless Microphones – Plug and Play – UHF
The Vonyx WM55 Handheld wireless microphone is a completely wireless and user-friendly mic solution. This handheld wireless microphone system can be plugged into any sound system with a microphone input for wireless voice reproduction, perfect for karaoke, mobile DJs and church speeches.
Including a compact transmitter, this is a completely cordless microphone solution with a built-in USB rechargeable battery. Once charged, it can be used for hours without the need for mains power or any additional cables.
The transmitter has a 6.3mm jack connector that will plug directly into the corresponding socket on any speaker systems with a microphone input available. This is perfect for live use, as the transmitter will plug directly into the respective socket without the need to run any cables to the microphone, ideal in situations where there is a distance between the audio source and the mic.
This handheld wireless microphone has a 3-band EQ control, so you can adjust bass, mid and treble frequencies to fit your liking. This is perfect if a voice is higher-pitched and slightly harsh, as you can simply turn the high frequencies down to give it a smoother sound, and similarly, you can turn the high frequencies up if a voice is lower-pitched.
You can select between 10 UHF channels with this system, which is great if you are using other UHF equipment on one frequency and you want to minimise interference. This also means you could use ten of these microphone systems at the same time with each set on a different frequency without any crossing over or connection issues.
- Completely wireless microphone connectivity ideal for speeches and karaoke use
- Built-in USB rechargeable battery, ideal in situations where mains power isn’t available
- 6.3mm Jack socket that can be plugged into the respective mic input on any sound equipment
- 3-Band EQ control for a personalised and custom sound depending on your preferences
- 10 selectable UHF frequency channels to reduce interference between equipment