Wireless systems have one obvious benefit: moving freely on the stage. Unaffected by the instrument or microphone cable, or close to the monitor speakers, you are free to roam in the show space. For active performers and moderators, this can be a big advantage. Wireless systems are also installed faster and help minimize cable in the crowd.
All wireless microphone systems, regardless of their application, consist of two basic components: the transmitter and the receiver. The transmitter converts the audio signal captured by the microphone into a radio signal. They are then sent to the receiver, which converts them back to the audio signal and sends it to the sound system.
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