When it comes to vlogging or recording interviews or documentaries, having a wired microphone can restrict a lot of your movements. In fact, this can have an adverse effect on the quality of your video as well. This is exactly the reason why you should go for a wireless microphone system, as it offers you a bigger playing field immediately. Furthermore, to capture sounds in high quality, you should pick omnidirectional wireless microphones so that you can capture sounds from all directions, which can be really handy in a group. If you have been looking for something similar for vlogging, podcasts, professional interviews or even creating movies, here are four different omnidirectional wireless microphone systems that you should consider buying.
Here is a wireless omnidirectional handheld microphone that comes with a wireless receiver as well. It runs on 2 AA batteries and gives you 10 hours of battery life, as per company claims. The mic has an on/off switch design at the bottom, giving the body a sleek finish. It also comes with an LED indicator to notify you regarding the battery life. You can select eight different channels with the receiver and can connect to four different systems. You can also adjust the Squelch level with this receiver. All the respective features of both the transmitter and receiver make it a great microphone system for your house or club parties. One thing you need to keep in mind is that you need a quarter-inch standard mic input to run this microphone system.
This is a professional wireless handheld transmitter that comes with a pilot tone transmitter to cut down the possibility of unwanted noises. Thanks to the infrared link with the receiver, it constantly sends transmission data so that there is no loss of information no matter what. Furthermore, since it has a dipole-antenna design, the microphone should be able to capture sounds from all directions. One of the most surprising elements of this wireless microphone is the amazing battery life it has. The company claims that the mic provides you 14 hours of battery life with just one AA battery. Additionally, it has a quick charging port to give the power to the mic. It also comes with maximum radio signal strength to allow wireless connections with long-distance devices as well. Finally, it also has a battery indicator to let you know you need to charge the mic or use the AA battery in it.
Here is an ultra-compact AVX receiver and transmitter to give you a digital wireless microphone system that should work perfectly well with your cameras or other video recording devices. You can directly plug in the receiver to the XLR input of your camera so that you can instantly roll the camera and start your recording. The bodypack transmitter to sets up easily. It comes with an optimised dynamic range to give you really good sound quality throughout. In fact, it automatically selects the frequencies upon which it should work to avoid any possible disturbances. Keep in mind that it switches on and off with P49 Phantom Power technology.
Here is a digital wireless microphone system for videographers or content creators who are on a slight budget but want high-quality sound output. The whole system consists of two compact bodypack transmitters, one portable receiver, two omnidirectional lavalier microphones and two 3.5mm TRRS and TRS audio cables. This makes it a package that you can operate directly out of the box with no additional requirements. Thanks to its two transmitters, you can capture the sounds of two subjects in one go. This makes it ideal for podcasting, vlogging, interviews or documentaries.