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Gem Sound GM-15 Wireless/Wired Microphone and Receiver
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Pack includes cardioid mic, transmitter, receiver, antenna, and 15' XLR to 1/4" mic cable. Mic has an XLR connector and can be used hardwired with th...Click To Read More About This Product
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Pack includes cardioid mic, transmitter, receiver, antenna, and 15' XLR to 1/4" mic cable. Mic has an XLR connector and can be used hardwired with the included cable. It also comes with a snap-on antenna for wireless use. 50'-100' maximum effective range. Please specify channel.
Consumer Alert:Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.
- Includes transmitter, receiver, and XLR to 1/4" mic cable
- Mic can be used wireless or hardwired
- 50-100 feet maximum effective range
- Frequency response: 100Hz-10kHz
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Most Liked Positive Review
Price is UNBEATABLE
I was looking for a microphone and found this in one of my catalogs. It included a microphone, 15' XLR to 1/4" cable, wireless reciever and transmitter, and carrying...Read complete review
I was looking for a microphone and found this in one of my catalogs. It included a microphone, 15' XLR to 1/4" cable, wireless reciever and transmitter, and carrying case. I figured for the price, I might as well give it a shot. Within a week, I had it and I was very satisfied.THE PROS: The microphone feels, looks and sounds great. The carrying case is nice. The wireless system has a great range of 100'. It comes with a XLR to 1/4" cable in case your wireless system breaks down. And did I mention the price?THE CONS: Everything that comes in this package only works on the microphone. You can't plug in the cable or the wireless into another microphone. There's a slight buzzing noise (It might just be my amp, but I'm not sure). It runs on batteries (2 AAs). The craftsmanship isn't all that it's cracked up to be. Me and my dad thought the microphone was no good until we got inside the battery well. It was too long, so we had to get some needlenose pliers to bend down the metal so the battery would reach each pole. But afterwards, it was just fine.That just about sums it up. If you're loaded with cash, I'd go with some Shure equipment. But if you're the budget rocker like me, don't hesitate to get the Gem Sound GM-15 Wireless/Wired Microphone and Receiver.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not bad for the price
This isn't a bad mic to do karaoke through. You have to realize "you get what you pay for." The sound was about average, so was the quality. I WAS...Read complete review
This isn't a bad mic to do karaoke through. You have to realize "you get what you pay for." The sound was about average, so was the quality. I WAS surprised with how it turned out. The only big problem I found was if using in a house, it wouldn't pick up the frequency around corners (not too many corners on stage though). I bought a nady ($49) mic to replace this one, wish i hadn't made the change. FOR THE PRICE, it's really not that bad of a mic. good luck.
Reviewed by 17 customers
I was looking for my first real mic to use with keyboard. So the remote operation is not used by me. I checked 3: starting from other, even cheaper brands and replacing at last on GM. What I disliked in others was usually too sharp sound. GM-15 gave me deep reach sound with details. I am not using transmitter operation but I found it working. Only my impression is that when using remote sound gets softer than on a cable. But with cable I am getting all details wonderfull- this mic has something magic in sound. I am making recordings and they are OK. Also the making is nice - not so bulky. So I still can see my amps when recording:) (It is a point!). I like GM for this mic. The only neg is the same as already pointed - battery doesn't match its place. But it may be rectified in 5 minutes. But this is good sounding and good looking mic.
Not that great of a mic. Basic, not great features. I bought two and one broke within a month. For the price their ok, but I don't recommend them...
If your the Rolling Stones, you're not going to be using these in your shows. These are a nice way for a single performer to use in very small gigs. They are adequate, but don't expect these mics to sound like an AKG or Shure.
I got this mic because I figured I couldn't go wrong with at that price. I'm a sax player who does a one man band gig with my laptop computer. On sometimes someone wants to sing a song or make an announcement when I'm doing a private party. I had a friend of mine who is a singer try it out. We both like the sound. Just last night a local girl who sings broadway wanted to sing a song. She sounded great on that $$$ mic. My buddy told me to order him one.
This mic is awesome for the price! sound is pretty good! range deceint if u have ur reciever near your stage. but would not suggest for long range applications.
I bought this a couple years ago. It was cheap and you could tell it was. Through every system I plugged it into it gave off a annoying loud humming sound. I got rid of it and got a shure set. Don't waste your money.
This is a nice little package for the hobbyist at a decent price. I have both channels and they work great and have decent sound.
I'm good friends with one of the local bands (i'm in one myself) and i was talking with the lead singer and he was showing me his mic and it was the gm-15 it's a great mic for a awsome price the only problem we had was he used the wireless system to do a sound check so he could walk to the other end of the room to hear what everything sounded like and then they practiced with it and everything sounded great...but then during the actual "show" the mic's battery ran low and all you heard was static from the PA...it's still a good deal though...(as long as you change the batteries)
This is a very handy microphone as long as you're in an acoustically friendly environment. The range is great. The biggest problems I've had with it are feedback in small rooms with tile floors, and sometimes the antenna slides out just enough to break contact. I've found it to be useful, but again, it's best for lite use in acoustically friendly environments, like sound stages or carpeted rooms.
This thing kicks i bought it not too long ago for my band and its worked ever sence. The thing has good reception and only a little reverb when your within 20' of it (when music is at its loudest). So go ahead and buy it it isnt that bad.