The best wireless system microphones you can get for your studio

This time around, getting yourself a studio setup isn’t an idea to shabby at all, especially now that most of our interactions come online, good equipment that can suffice your needs is a must. Today, we prepared a list of The Melting Point’s top three best wireless microphone systems you can get with considerations to your budget but does not compromise its capabilities.

Innopow WM200N

In terms of budget, you’ll never be wrong picking this one, as it’s not only priced at USD99 (Php 5,000) but how would it let you down when it’s durable, as it’s protected with sleek metal housing with a built-in antenna microphone.

Its working battery life is expected to run up to 14-17 hours of continuous use although it still uses the conventional AA battery types. Despite that, it is expected to flawlessly work in a wide-working area ranging from 180-240 ft (60-80 m).

The Innopow features multi-channel for continuous uninterrupted use, and its series of output ports make it flexible enough for whatever audio interface or output you have. For starters, it has two XLR Output ports and one 1/4″/6.35mm Mixed output.

Out of the box, you will get 2 wireless microphone transmitters, a microphone receiver with its power adapter, 2 external antennas and, 1/4’’ audio cable, 6.35 to 3.5mm audio adapter, for quicker ease of use.

Pros and Cons Chart

Budget FriendlyAesthetics
Flexible OutputNo OEM Compatibility
Standard Microphone SetupLack of Built-in Features

Shure BLX288/PG58

Although, if you have more budget, getting the Shure BLX288/PG58 will seal the deal, as it has a user-friendly interface that makes it easy, not to mention quick to setup. Equipped with Shure’s BLX systems, getting this microphone for USD549 (Php 26,000) will sure to give you reliable service for a long time.

It runs on AA batteries, promising you at least 14 hours of continuous use, and unlike the first one, it can go up to 300ft (91m) in terms of working range areas. In terms of durability, Shure has certified its rugged and reliable construction and even equipped the mic and the receiver with their One-touch QuickScan feature which makes setting it up a lot quicker and a lot easier.

The receiver supports single-channel, dual-channel, and rack mount configurations, which means you can easily buy a replacement microphone from any of Shure’s options (handheld, bodypack, headworn, lavalier, instrument clip-on, and combo ) and easily link it to your receiver.

It is also capable of 24Mhz tuning bandwidth and has up to 12 frequency settings so you will remain uninterrupted whenever overlapping frequency bands from other microphones interfere. Although for its price it only has one XLR and one ¼” output connector which makes it less flexible than the Innopow variant. On the high ground, it has a Two-color audio status LED indicator (Green: Normal audio levels / Red: Excessive audio levels) which makes analyzing audio quality a bit easier.

Out of the box, you will get 2 PG58 microphones, a BLX 288 receiver, 2AA Batteries, and 2 microphone clips.

Pros and Cons Chart

Compatible with OEM MicrophonesSlightly Expensive
Minimalist LookFew Output Ports

Shure GLXD24/SM58-Z2

The last one on the list isn’t the most affordable as it prices for USD499 (Php 24,000) for a single microphone/receiver combo. The Shure GLXD24/SM58-Z2 is a wireless vocal microphone system, which means we recommend getting one of these as it will give vocalists superior sound quality than your stereotype wireless systems.

The SM58-Z2 microphone is powered by a rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery which guarantees continuous 16-hour use, its custom battery design makes the microphone more compact and carries a heavier punch as it was powered through Shure’s leading-edge LINKFREQ Automatic Frequency Management technology which provides exceptionally clear sound and maximum reliability.

The GLXD24 receiver not only has a compact design, but it also has an exceptional UI which makes pairing with any Shure SM variant mics pair seamlessly and continuously change frequencies for uninterrupted sessions. The mic/receiver has a wide operating range of up to 30m which is less, considering the quality it provides and its 2.4Ghz band limitations, it also has one XLR out port and one instrument out port which makes it compatible with various instruments, but weak considering the flexibility.

Out of the box, you are bound to get the following: (1) GLXD4 Wireless Receiver, (1) GLXD2 Handheld Transmitter with SM58 Cardioid Microphone, (1) Microphone Clip, (1) PS42US Power Supply, (1) SB902 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery, (1) USB Charge Cable and (1) Carrying Case

Pros and Cons Chart

Superior Sound QualityExpensive
Highly DurableLow Range
Cost Effective (Rechargeable Battery)Lack of Audio Out Ports
2.4 Ghz Band (Highly Stable)

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