Personal Wireless Microphone

Cleaning microphones after every use is a good etiquette and a courtesy to others. But better yet, don’t share microphones. If you do, it is like sharing your toothbrush.
If you are a karaoke singer and want to protect your voice and your health, you should be making the same investment as professional musicians do and personalize your microphone. The typical microphone is connected to a sound system either as wired or wireless. Here are some of the factors that you should consider when choosing a microphone.
  • Size – Carrying around a microphone can be tricky. You do not want to be seen as carrying something dangerous or embarrassing. It should be compact and light to fit into your pocket or purse.
  • Sound Quality – Full response range of 20Hz – 20KHz is a must. If cut short, you will sound like you have a stuffy nose or a flu.
  • Connection – Wireless is preferred for its freedom of movement. It also reduces any unnecessary contact and any chance of tripping over the wire.
  • Distance – Minimum 30 feet of clear signal is needed. That is unless you prefer to be glued to KJ’s box while singing.
  • Compatibility – Your microphone must connect to the karaoke systems carried by the KJs and local venues. It should connect instantly, wherever and whenever, for your singing.

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