The Alesis MicLink Wireless Microphone Adapter will covert almost any handheld microphone in a wireless system. This means you can forget about your microphone cable and become free to move around and go wherever you want on stage (or off stage).

MicLinkWireless 2I think that this is a great invention as it means that if you already have a microphone then you won’t need to go out and spend more money on buying a handheld one, especially if you are used to your microphone as all musicians know, you can get very attached to things.
The MicLink consists of a transmitter with an XLR connection that will slide into the bottom of your dynamic mic; this will send the signal to a straightforward receiver unit that has volume control, output and pairing button to connect the transmitter with the receiver. The Transmitter and receiver are very compact and stylish looking and will not look out of place on stage. It has a single button to connect both the transmitter and receiver and is very simple to use.

It is an extremely practical product that will enhance any stage performance and makes things a lot easier on stage as you won’t be worrying about your cable.

 

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  • Rev Tony Newnham 24/07/2014 at 5:40 pm

    I need some tech info before I would even begin to consider this sort of product! The marketing blurb above says nothing (and the idea isn’t even new anyway). What frequencies are available? Analogue or Digital? Frequency response? etc.

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    • Jack Patrick 15/08/2014 at 2:22 pm

      Hi Tony,

      Thanks for your comment.

      The receiver has 14 channels around a 2.4GHz Spectrum. The receiver will pick the best channel within the spectrum so you get the best possible connection and quality as possible. When you say Analogue or Digital, what exactly do you mean?

      If you do have any technical questions then please let me know and I will do my best to find them out for you.

      I hope this helps.

      Thanks.

      Jack.

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