The VocoPro UHF5800 Wireless Handheld Microphone System brings 4-channels of wireless mics to a 1U rack-mount receiver!
What our shoppers say:
I was a bit concerned about the sound quality
I have only had this for one gig so not long enough to comment on reliability. But so far I am very impressed with the quality of the sound and the amount of distance I can go. I wish I had gone for the 8 mic set now.
Save money on batteries with this system - perfect for DJs and Karaoke!
What our shoppers say:
the best Wireless microphones for under $500
I purchased this Mic system for my Church. The first night we used them we could definitely hear the difference. The sound was clear and crisp! With the ability to recharge the microphones, it saves a ton on batteries, which is a major plus!! Will definitely recommend to everyone!!
I own this machine and am a professional singer also. I use this on my small gigs in smaller rooms (80 watts though carries quite a big sound). This is the best money can buy without having to tow this around with a dolly! This is all in one except for the monitor. I recommend the Haier 7\" for a small monitor. I have a DVG 888k system (in between the big system and small system) and that is even hard to haul around after awhile. This system is by far the best system if you are going to sing professionally in smaller places like coffee house's. But after two years of having it it needs to be repaired because the vocals cannot be heard through the speakers anymore-GET AN EXTENDED WARRENTY!!! With all this in mind you now have a professional's opinion.
I bought this in 2009 for use in professional DJ and Karaoke work and it has proven to be a solid workhorse when used properly. The batteries inside the microphones are NOT replaceable but after 5 years of continual use THEY HAVE NOT DIED! I take great care to keep them in the charger at every opportunity. I have had to replace the wall bricks on both the charger and the receiver one time each due to the very thin wires wearing and shorting out which is easy enough at Radio Shack. The antennae are very short which means if you keep the receiver placed low, you will get signal dropping out if the person on the mic is more than a few feet away and the user places their hand over the transmitter. This is easily rectified by placing the receiver up high (I personally place the receiver on top of a speaker which sits atop a tripod stand, so it's usually about 7 feet in the air. I rarely have a problem when I do this). I would love to find longer antennae. The mics themselves are rugged and can take an absolute beating and keep going. I can't begin to tell you how many times I have dropped them on concrete floors and they haven't missed a beat or even gotten a scratch. Also abuse by drunken karaoke singers over 5 years. I finally dropped one on concrete last night and it did die which is why I am looking here (trying to find a replacement for that one mic). The design of the mics heads is great as it prevents rolling if placed down on a table. This unit has served me so well over the past 5 years that even if I can't find a replacement for the one mic, I am willing to re-purchase the entire thing and use my old unit for parts which should tell you something. WalMart is easily the best price I have found. PS - The box has a picture of a girl holding a wired microphone LOL !