UHF Wireless Microphone Mixer (Bluetooth )
This is our innovative design of karaoke product in the year 2019, in accordance with our product design commitment
in the karaoke industry : If you want to sing, we have what you need.
The Model No. of this Machine is BMWM-1920.
B stands for Bluetooth. Briefly speaking, Bluetooth is referred to short-range wireless connection in audio frequency between two electronic devices.
If your own favorite songs are saved in your smartphone, iPad, or PC and you already have an amplifier, you can connect (pair ) your music device to this machine, and you can sing !You need this !
M stands for Mixer. A Mixer is a equipment which
provides echo and microphone inputs so that your vocal and music can be mixed together and channelled out to the speakers.
If you have a Player and an Amplifier without any microphone input, you need this Mixer to sing. In such case, you need this!
WM stands for Wireless Microphone. Apart from being a Bluetooth device and a Mixer, it is a Wireless Microphone System with two UHF Frequencies. Operating distance can be about 100 m.
Whether you have a karaoke machine or just a player and if you want to sing as free as a bird, you also need this!
Singers prefer to sing with Wireless Microphone as it gives them a feel of carefreeness. They can sing with more power and confidence. If I give you a Wireless Mic as a gift. It won’t work! Basically, Wireless Microphones are operated through RF Radio Frequencies. The microphone which is normally driven by dry batteries and built-in with a transmitter, transmitting a signal frequency to the receiver. The receiver is also built-in with the same frequency and when the same frequency is received, audio signal is produced and passed on signal cable to your loudspeaker through the amplifier.
These are 3 bands of Frequencies. FM(88MHZ to 108MHZ), VHF(108MHZ to 400MHZ), UHF(400MHZ to 800MHZ). Nowadays, most Wireless Microphones are operated through UHF. Normally, the Wireless Microphone System consists of 2 channels, dual UHF Microphones. For professional on-stage use, more Frequencies are built in one Microphone (Transmitter). In case the Frequency you are singing is interfered, you can easily change to another Frequency by infrared sensor. The show must go on!
You may wish to sing with a Headset Wireless Microphone. The operation is also the same, through a Frequency. Even a classic Wireless Standing Microphone is operated via Frequencies.