A Wireless Microphone system comprises of a bodypack or handheld transmitter (eg. Sennheiser SK300) and a Receiver (eg. Sennheiser EM300).
Antenna Distribution and Omni Directional Antennas will be included where necessary with your order.
In most cases Wireless Microphones will come racked with a network switch to manage them.
All of our Wireless operates on Channel 38. Which is UK Legal and Licensed by Ofcom.
Sennheiser EW300 G3 – Pricing breaks down to (per week): 2 Ways = £105, 4 Ways = £210, 8 Ways = £420, 12 Ways = £630
Shure UHF-R – Pricing breaks down to (per week): 2 Ways = £180, 4 Ways = £360, 8 Ways = £720, 12 Ways = £1080
Sennheiser Wireless Transmitters
EW100 & EW300 Beltpack & Handheld Wireless Transmitters
Sennheiser Wireless Receivers
EW300 Wireless Receivers
Shure UHF-R Wireless Transmitters
UHF-R Beltpack Wireless Transmitters
Shure UHF-R Wireless Receivers
UHF-R Wireless Receivers
Wireless Antenna Splitters
Sennheiser & Shure Antenna Splitters
Sennheiser Paddle Antennae
CPC Headset Microphones
CPC Lapel Microphones
Beltpack Instrument Adapters
AA (Sennheiser & Shure) Rechargeable Batteries
AAA (Shure) Rechargeable Batteries
Show Works Tip:
Rechargeable batteries have a different ‘voltage’ curve when they a providing power/being drained.
For the first 30 minutes after putting freshly recharged batteries in your wireless microphone, the microphone will stay on 3 bars and then after such time will drop down to 2 where it will stay on 2 bars for at least 3-4 hours. After this extended period of time, the microphone will eventually drop down to 1 bar indicating around 30 minutes of running time left. This is when you need to change the battery(s).
Many wireless microphones don’t have ‘battery profiles’ for rechargeable batteries so it is important to note how they behave, so you know how long you have left and when to change them.