Wireless Microphones: Why to Use them and How to Choose the Best one for your Church?
- 21 Jul, 2022
There are certain questions that we receive on a daily basis from our wide variety of clients. In this article we're offering answers to the most common ones, and particularly aiming towards Churches and Houses of Worship.
Why is it essential to choose the right wireless microphone system?
Let's discuss some advantages:A wireless microphone will give the preacher the freedom to move around carelessly and not worry about getting trapped into cables, which can also be dangerous.
With wireless microphones you also avoid having to modify or adapt your room: drilling holes on the walls, hanging or trying to hide cables, which usually involves hiring professionals to do so.
Sound Quality: Is there really a difference between wireless and wired microphones in terms of sound quality?
Wireless microphones provide great sound quality. There's a wide range of products to choose from according to your budget, but contrary to common belief, they sound the same -or even better- than wired microphones.
What kind of wireless microphone is the best choice for churches?The three more common types of wireless microphones for churches are:
- Lavalier microphone
- Handheld microphone
- Headband Microphone
Handheld microphones are great for speakers who may be a bit shy and need to feel confident or need to have their hands busy while talking.
The only downside to this type of microphone is the fact that it is important to control the distance in order to get the best sound.
Lavalier microphones are ideal for those who want the microphone to go unnoticed; as they are small and subtle, you can barely notice them over the clothing but they still provide crisp sound.
And last but not least, and by far the most popular choice: Headband Microphones. Our customers choose them as they are comfortable to wear, they sit at the perfect position to pick up your voice the best possible way, but you can also change it on the go thanks to the adjustable arm.