- Perfectly work with pa speakers, guitar amplifiers, mixers and sound boards with 1/4” input.
- Dynamic handheld microphone with cardioid capsule, ideal for live event, karaoke, gig, speech etc.
- Ultra High Frequency secures stable signal transmission within 80′.
- Check out the video and FAQ below to get more info of this K035B wireless microphone!
I like this mic a lot. I cannot give it a 5 star (Perfect), as there are a few things that, as a DJ, I must make exceptions for…which is fine for ME.
I purchased this wireless mic for an event where I have been asked to perform (I’m also a part-time musician). Audio tests were shocking, to be honest. I connected the receiver to a Yamaha powered monitor and the sound was as crisp and clear. The connection was drift-free and good for at least 75 feet.
With out any proof what good does that do?
The mic is very nice and sleek, it feel very nice and professional!
Audio quality is way better than i thought actually!
Range is very good as well!
What's in the Box
- 1 X Wireless microphone
- 1 X Receiver
- 1 X User manual
The range is about 80 feet.
Probably not, the best pickup distance is about 2 inches.
It depends on what kind of batteries you use. The included batteries can last for 4 hours normally. And the screen displays the power of the battery. When power runs low, the screen will also flash.
You can use it with desktop, except iMac. And it is not compatible with any kind of laptop.
No, you can’t.
We don’t recommend to use with the devices listed above. Though if you have to do so, you need the 6.5mm to 3.5mm adapter to plug the receiver to the aux jack of the devices.
If there’s 1/4” input, then yes. The mic will be perfectly compatible.
We would recommend the ION speaker with 1/4” input.
The diameter of this wireless microphone is about 35 mm. So it will be compatible with standard holder.
Only one wireless mic will pair with one receiver.
Yes, they can.
- Replace batteries for the mic and receiver.
- Change frequency (at least 2-3 MHz up).
- Reset the units.
a: Turn on the mic then press the power button three times in a row. (The frequency on the screen flashes if you do it right.)
b: Turn on the receiver. The light turns green, flashes red in a second and turns green again.
c: Press the power button again to confirm setting. Then the light will turn red.
You just need to replace batteries for both microphone and receiver.
It’s not normal. And you can try to:
1.Replace the batteries for the mic and receiver.
2.Change it to another frequency (at least 2-3 MHz up)
3.Turn down the volume of output device.
4.Stay at least 3 feet away from speaker during the use
5.Use within 60 feet, pull out the antenna on receiver and don’t cover up the bottom of the mic (where antenna buried) )to get stable signal.