|Number Of Items||1|
|Microphone Form Factor||Microphone System|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Signal To Noise Ratio||58 dB|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Includes AC Adapter||No|
|Package Dimensions||20.09 x 16.21 x 6.6 cm; 349 Grams|
|Item Weight||349 g|
|Item Model Number||K031|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||1 May 2018|
Wireless Microphones for Computer,FIFINE USB Wireless Microphone System for PC & Mac,Headset UHF Wireless System with USB Receiver,Transmitter,Headset and Clip Lavalier Lapel Mic.(K031B)
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|Connector type||USB Type-A|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
About this item
- Multiple Applications - Perfect for audio or video recording, Youtube streaming, capturing interviews, conducting podcasts and classroom settings. No interference and stable connection in selectable UHF band
- Sensitive Lapel Mic - Cardioid pickup pattern allows you to capture the crisp, clear audio for PC and Macbook. The included windscreen is good for minimizing the environment noise
- Freedom of Movement - Wireless lapel mic is easy for you to make an efficient interview or recording. There is a metal mic clip designed for hands-free mobility however you are using the microphone
- Item condition new
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FEATURES1. UHF(Ultra-High-Frequency) band has powerful and reliable signal. The valid distance is over 15m.2. There are more than 20 frequency points can be transformed freely, no worry about frequency interference.3. High-quality microphone capsule greatly minimizes noise and makes your voice clear. 4. Easy to operate, with display screen on transmitter to show the working status. 5. Fashion mic body and hands free clip-on design. 6. Powered by replaceable batteries makes it more convenient to use.SPECIFICATION MicrophoneType: CondenserImpedance: 1-1.9KÃÂ Sensitivity: -44Ã‚Â2dB RL=680ÃÂ Vs=1.5V (1KHz 0dB=1V/Pa) Frequency Response: 50-16KHzDirection: Uni-direction S/N Ratio: More than 58dBTransmitterFrequency: 672.5-684.5 MHzRadio-Frequency Power: 10dBM/10MVOn-off Control: Physical SwitchPower Supply: 2*AA Batteries Receiver Frequency: 672.5-684.5 MHz Sensitivity: -95db S/N Ratio: More than 58dBFrequency Response: 40Hz-15KHz
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OVERALL BUILD: First let's start off with the build of this microphone. there are three parts to this microphone; the USB receiver, the transmitter, and the mic itself. The mic's cable itself is about 40 inches long and is connected to the transmitter using what seems like a mini 3pin XLR input. the transmitter itself is about 4 by 2 and a half inches and is just a single body that has the power button, frequency button, antenna and a clip. the transmitter is powered by 2 AA batteries the USB receiver looks basically like a normal USB stick except it has a headphone jack on it. overall I like the design of the K031 and think that it is very simple and makes it look just like any other more expensive lavalier microphone. if I had to make any complaint on the design, it would be that the mic can only be used when you're near a computer, which shouldn't be too much of a problem.
SOUND QUALITY: Now let's move on to the important part the sound quality. the audio that I've been recording this video with is actually coming straight from the Fifine mic. I actually really like the audio quality of this microphone. compared to my camera mic and my other lav mic that I have, the Boya by-m1, I think that this mic pretty easily beats them out.
THOUGHTS: So overall I really was impressed with this mic. for a 40$ wireless Lavalier Mic, I think that this is definitely worth the price.
Some critical observations during that time...
- Its microphone had to be pointed straight up (toward my mouth) when clipped on; when the lapel clip slipped and the mic angled 45 degrees, audio volume was noticeably decreased. Not a huge deal, though.
- It goes through AA batteries *very* quickly. I got some rechargeables to use and they last maybe 2.5 to 3 hours. The "battery indicator" on the transmitter is pretty worthless; goes from 3/3 bars to dead very quickly.
- If I'm having an exchange in class with another person, their voice is almost completely absent. The rule for this mic seems to be "near or nothing."
Its longevity is an issue, though. Its become unreliable after about 9 months of use. Audio cuts out, distortion enters, and even significant dead segments have started occurring on my recordings. It hasn't suffered any major drops/blows or anything, so its durability seems suspect. I tried a new mic extension and the issue persisted, so the problem seems to be with the transmitter.
Overall, $40 for 9 months isn't bad, I guess, but I was hoping to get more life out of the device. I'm going to switch over to using a boundary mic for recording lectures since it won't have the potential transmission issues and will hopefully pick up other voices in the room more successfully.
I'm very satisfied with this product.
1.) It was easy to use.
2.) The price point makes it a good value
3.) The sound quality is acceptable for what I use it for.
General Info from my experience:
I have been using this microphone to film educational lectures.
My voice is typically quiet and this mic, clipped to my collar,
records loud and clear. It's great at picking up my voice and doesn't seem to pick
up ambient noises such as fans and air conditioners enough to consider turning them
off. I am only ever 5-10 foot away from the receiver part
that connects to my PC via a USB port so I can't comment on the receiver's range beyond 10 feet.
I've never experienced lag or cutouts. I've recorded about 10 hours worth
of content so far and the battery meter (divided into thirds) displays two-thirds
power remaining. (Batteries were included.) The cord from the transmitter to the microphone
is approximately three and a half feet long. The longest continual recording I've made
has been two hours and the unit does seem to heat up a bit during extended use.
The only negative issue I've experienced was rectified by pulling the receiver
out of the USB port and then reinserting it without restarting the computer.
If you experience sound "interference" in a recording, then try the trick above.
It's only happened once and my computer could be to blame, as it experienced
an unexpected shutdown.
The microphone was delivered in attractive packaging with a user's manual and
the individual components are inserted into the foam cutouts. So A for effort on
the manufacturer's part there. The microphone worked great on my windows 10
machine. I just plugged it in and it was ready to record. Very user-friendly.
Conclusions from my experience:
If you are a teacher on a budget (redundant right?) and considering to teach in an online
format or making videos to flip your classroom, then this might be a good option for you.