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Muvit wireless microphone is a type of microphone that transmits audio signals to a receiver without the need for a physical cable. This technology allows greater freedom of movement for the microphone user, making it particularly useful in situations where the user needs to move around, such as during performances, presentations, interviews, or video recordings.
Transmitter: The transmitter is a small device that is usually attached to the microphone itself. It contains a microphone element for capturing audio, and it converts the analog audio signal into a radio frequency (RF) signal for transmission.
Receiver: The receiver is a separate device that captures the transmitted RF signal and converts it back into an audio signal. The receiver is typically connected to an audio system, mixer, or recording device using a cable or, in some cases, wirelessly.
Frequency Bands: Wireless microphones operate on specific frequency bands, either in the UHF (Ultra High Frequency) or VHF (Very High Frequency) ranges. UHF is commonly preferred because it generally offers better signal quality and less interference.
Microphone Types: Wireless technology is available for various microphone types, including handheld microphones, lavalier (clip-on) microphones, and headset microphones. Each type serves different purposes, and users can choose based on their specific needs.
Rechargeable Mic Case: Both the transmitter and receiver require power. Transmitters often use rechargeable microphone case, while receivers. with 1020mAh rechargeable batteries that last up to 6 hours. The receiver is powered by your device and can be charged at the same time.
Range: The range of a wireless microphone system is the distance over which it can reliably transmit audio signals. This range can vary depending on the specific wireless technology used and environmental factors.
Interference and Compatibility: Wireless microphone users need to be aware of potential interference from other electronic devices operating in the same frequency range. Compatibility with Apple Devices.