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When it comes to planning your next event in Sydney, a wireless microphone can be a game-changer, as it offers convenience and flexibility. Our wireless microphone work flawlessly within a range of 10 – 20 meters from the receiver. It provides excellent sound quality in most event environments. Here’s everything you need to know about wireless microphone. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Wireless Microphone

At Event Hire Co, we’ve gathered the most common questions and answers related to wireless microphone for your events in Sydney. As Sydney’s premier event hire company, we’ve been serving customers in the Sydney area with a wide range of audio packages. We are your one-stop-shop for all your event hire needs.

1. How does a wireless microphone work?

A wireless microphone operates similarly to a radio, with a transmitter and a receiver connection. Both the transmitter and receiver are set to the same radio frequency, allowing the microphone’s signals to be transmitted and produce sound.

2. What do I need for wireless microphone use?

For wireless microphone usage, you’ll need the microphone itself, a transmitter, and a receiver. To produce sound, the wireless microphone setup should be connected to a speaker. At Event Hire Co, our wireless microphone packages are all-inclusive, making it easy for you to hire everything you need for the best sound experience at your Sydney event.

3. How far can i travel with a wireless microphone and still be heard?

A wireless microphone can work effectively within a range of 10 to 20 meters from the receiver. The key consideration for the working distance of your microphone is the event space setup and any potential interference. Interference is more likely when multiple microphones are used in the same space. To avoid interference, maintain a distance of at least 1.5 meters between multiple wireless microphones. Additionally, standing directly in front of a speaker should be avoided, and conducting a sound check before your event is recommended.

4. How long does a wireless microphone battery last?

The battery life of a wireless microphone can range from 8 to 10 hours. To maximise battery life, it’s best to turn off the microphone when not in use. If the microphone remains unused for more than 15 minutes during your event, you can recharge it to extend its running time.

5. What is the size of a wireless microphone, and can children use it?

A wireless microphone typically measures 24cm in length, with a width that matches its length. This size might be challenging for children under 6 years old to handle. If young children need to use a wireless microphone, it’s best to have an adult assist them in holding it.

6. Is there any difference in sound quality between corded and wireless microphones?

For standard events such as weddings, birthday parties, and special occasions, there is minimal to no difference in sound quality between corded and wireless microphones. At Event Hire Co, all our microphone hires include a portable speaker for your convenience.

7. What are wireless microphones most commonly used for?

Wireless microphones are frequently hired for parties, weddings, special occasions, as well as conferences and corporate functions.

8. Can wireless microphones be used outside? 

Yes, wireless microphones can be used both indoors and outdoors. For outdoor events in Sydney, ensure that your speaker and transmitter/receiver are positioned under cover to protect them from rain.

9. How do I hire a wireless microphone?

If you’re planning an event in greater Sydney, Event Hire Co is the go-to event hire specialist with wireless microphone packages to suit all types of events. When you hire a wireless microphone with Event Hire Co, we provide all the necessary equipment to ensure your audio setup is fully equipped. Our team of expert event specialists are ready to assist you with any questions or advice related to your event. Most importantly, Event Hire Co offers competitive rates for wireless microphone and event hire packages in Sydney.

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