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Nady American Starpower X2 Dual VHF Wireless Microphone System
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The Nady American Starpower X2 Dual VHF Wireless Microphone System is the perfect entry-level wireless system. Delivering clear, high-fidelity audio ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Nady American Starpower X2 Dual VHF Wireless Microphone System is the perfect entry-level wireless system. Delivering clear, high-fidelity audio simultaneously from 2 microphones, the American Starpower X2 can be used for a broad range of recreational and karaoke wireless singing and speaking applications.
The Starpower X2 System includes:
Controls and connections for easy operation include front panel power
ON/OFF switch, Power ON LED indicator, LED signal-received indicators for each channel, back panel 1/4" audio output jack (both channels mixed together), AC/DC power adapter, and dual fold-down retractable antennas.
Handheld Microphone Transmitter
Easy, convenient operation with OFF/STANDBY/ON switch and transmitter ON LED. Features a unidirectional dynamic cartridge for high audio performance with minimal feedback. Operates up to 15 hours on a single 9V alkaline battery.
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.
- All the advantages and freedom of wireless operation (without cumbersome cords)
- Easy to use ” simply plug into your sound system
- High performance audio perfect for karaoke/recreational singers, DJ's, and many other applications
- VHF operation for reliable, interference-free performance
- 100+ feet typical operating range ” up to 200+ feet line-of-sight
American Starpower X2 Dual VHF Wireless Microphone System
- Frequency Response: 80-12,000 Hz, +/-3dB
- Dynamic Range: 80dB
- RFCarrier Frequency Range: 81-87 MHz
- Frequency Stability: +/- 0.005%
- Modulation: FM (F3E), +/-75KHz max.
- Operating Range: 100 ft. typical-up to 200+ ft. line-of-sight
- Audio Input: unidirectional dynamic cartridge
- Controls: OFF/STANDBY/ON switch
- LED Indicator Unit: "ON"
- RF Power Out: Up to 50mW (Max. allowed by FCC)
- Battery: 9V Alkaline
- Battery Life: Up to 15 hours
- Dimensions (L x Dia): 9.5" x 1.3" x 2", (24.2cm x 3.2cm x 5.1cm)
- Weight (w/o battery): 6.0 oz., (170g.)
- Control: Power ON/OFF
- Connector: 1/4" unbalanced audio out jack (both channels mixed
- LED Indicator: Power ON, Transmitter RF (one each, both channels)
- Antennas: 15.3", (38.8cm), dual collapsible antennas
- Power Requirement: AC/DC 9VDC/0.2A
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 11.8" x 1.8" x 4.5", (29.9cm x 4.5cm x 11.5cm)
- Weight: 11.3 oz., (320g)
Reviewed by 7 customers
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I bought this item about a month ago. I was so exited to get it. I open it, test it out, and the second microphone didn't work. I though, oh well. After a week of using the one that did work, it started shorting out and now, it doesn't even work at all. I'm telling you to not buy this if you're serious about your vocals. I say buy this for something to mess around with.
The price and description is misleading. I bought it to use in live settings. I would hear a lot of poping and hissing sounds. Standing at 3-5 feet away from the receiver doesn't even help at all... It seems that one mic works better than the other but it still doesn't sound good at all. The volume when set on high, still sounds low. The sound coming out is not clear, more like muffled. It feels too light and fragile. This system is not reliable. I even used a powered eq then hooked it up to my mixer and it still sounded horrible... like if the speakers were dying. I do not recommend it at all.
I run a Karaoke Business, and my wife bought this set for 50 in a local shop. Like other reviews, it was too light, plastic. the color coded rings were a nice touch, but one chanel only worked when the unit was held level. This was so bad I never used it in the show, and kept it at home for my 2yr old and 7yr old to play with. Not for any serious user at all.
Seriously, they are $30, what's that like 10 bucks apiece for the mics and 10 for the receiver. Then you write a bad review because they didn't work up to your expectations as a professional mic. If you want professional equipment your gonna have to break out of the $10 range. For the price, these mics are just fine for occasional public speaking or letting the kids play with, and if your karaoke nights are anything like mine these won't disappoint there either.
I bought this to use in a worship setting at a small. To be fair I didn't have high expectations given how cheap this product was. I was not wrong in expecting this wireless to be a stinker. This is a pure hobbyist quality mic, possibly worse than the 'Shack. Plastic everything, it feels like a toy. It sounds okay, but the reception is horrible. Its has some range, but it cuts out inside buildings and isn't resistant to radio interference. Unless you want to do karoake at a children's party DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. What possessed a company of Nady's stature to put their name on a product this bad is incomprehensible.
I used this system and you can feel the junkie-ness of this unit as soon as you pick it up. I should ahve known better than to think i would get a good system at this price. If your looking for a good wireless, just pay the extra money and get something decent.
I bought them for my Mobile DJ Company and they really let me down. The sound was terrible and the reception even worst. They didn't even work standing a couple feet from the base. It was embarrasing.