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innopow 80-Channel Dual UHF Wireless Microphone SystemMetal Cordless Mic Set Long Distance 200-240Ft Prevent Interference16 Hours Continuous Use for Family PartyChurchSmall Karaoke Night (WM333)

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MIKE MICHAUD
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good product, amazing built, easy set up.
Reviewed in Canada on 29 December 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very good product, amazing built, easy set up.
Reviewed in Canada on 29 December 2019
Amazing product! Way better than expected. The built quality is amazing, and being mobile in the entire house with those mics without tripping over wires during karaoke night is incredible! I love them, easy set up! From the Amazon store, the pictures showing the handheld Mic with a more reddish colour when in fact it is orange. Not a big fan of the orange colour but they do not stay on while using them. The lights turns off very quickly. That is another amazing feature. Now I'm just waiting for the gift mentioned inside the box (extra Mic).
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Paul P.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good
Reviewed in Canada on 6 October 2019
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Dr. John M. Hoyt
5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly the best wireless mic bang for the buck you can find
Reviewed in the United States on 28 May 2018
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Marcy Toal
5.0 out of 5 stars You can now buy these nice microphones with confidence, as Innopow has revised the WM-333 microphones to use 500Mhz.
Reviewed in the United States on 11 March 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars You can now buy these nice microphones with confidence, as Innopow has revised the WM-333 microphones to use 500Mhz.
Reviewed in the United States on 11 March 2018
September 2018 Update:

When I originally purchased these microphones in March 2018, After 6 months of use, I find that I still really like these microphones, and that they have held up well after twice weekly at my karaoke shows. My singers and I prefer my Innopow WM-333 microphones over the set of Sound Town SWM20-U2HH 500 Mhz microphones that I purchased in July 2018, because the Innopow WM-333 microphones have a good heft and a rugged construction. Unfortunately, as I mentioned before, the WM-333 set used 600 Mhz frequencies which was a serious problem, and for this reason I left a critical review giving this product two stars.

A couple weeks ago, I unexpectedly received a box in the mail containing a new set of Innopow WM-333 microphones. I did not ask for replacements because despite the 600Mhz frequency issue, my original WM-333 set still worked well and met my needs. Nonetheless I appreciate this gesture very much.

I checked them out and while the construction and appearance of these microphones was identical discovered that this new set has revised hardware which uses 500 Mhz frequencies. I have used this new 500Mhz Innopow WM-333 set along with my old 600Mhz set for about 3 weeks now and they work great. I have made a new frequency chart, which I will include with this review. I feel I can increase my review to 5 stars.

Original review March 2018:

I agree with many of the positive observations that people have made in regard to these microphones. They are ruggedly constructed, and sound great. And of course the price was right! And that's too bad, because these microphones use 600 MHz frequencies, and at least in the US you won't be (legally) able to use most of the microphone 1 channels, or any of the microphone 2 channels, after July 13, 2020 because the FCC recently auctioned off pretty much all of the 600 MHz frequencies for cellular data use. I do have an Amateur license and I remember hearing some news about that, so I should have known better.

Here's the deal, as I understand it. From my observations, Mic 1 tunes on 40 channels from 645.300 MHz - 664.300 Mhz, and Mic 2 tunes a different set of 40 channels from 665.300 MHz to 684.300 MHz. Most of those frequencies are affected by the new FCC band allocation. Of those frequencies these microphones use, only channels 2-5 (657.300 MHz) through channel 3-8 (663.800 MHz) on Mic 1 only will be legal for unlicensed use. None of the channels on Mic 2 will be legally usable. This is how I interpret the new FCC rules, though I admit I may be mistaken. Please see the chart of frequencies I made and submitted with this review.

What's the consequence? Well, the FCC isn't going to arrest you or anything if you use it. The more likely consequence is that you'll probably be able to use Mic 1 if you tune it to the right channels, but Mic 2 will be completely unusable because you won't be able to find an interference-free channel if you live in an area where the cellular companies are rolling out their new 5G service or whatever it is they're going to use 600 MHz for.

I didn't do my homework. Oh well. Hopefully I will be able to save you some disappointment. Do yourself a favor and buy a wireless microphone product that uses 500 MHz. For myself, well, I'll just continue to use these mics until I can't anymore. I live in a small mid-western town so we might not see roll out of those 600 MHz services here until they are done with the bigger metropolitan areas.
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Christo
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly Impressed [professionals review]
Reviewed in the United States on 11 October 2018
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