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We use the product as home entertainment. The product seems to be doing what it claims. Everything is working according to what's advertised, no surprises. The make and finish of the product is good enough for home use. The only annoying thing is that it doesn't come up 2 sets of XX batteries which are required for the 2 microphones. You only realise it after you've opened the box. You then go and get it from the shops (no spares at my home). Ordinary batteries do not cost that much and the manufacturer should throw it in and give users a good "open the box" experience.
Excellent product, just what you need for greatest karaoke. No need to buy expensive karaoke systems having only old songs with awful music. Just input throught an aux cable from your tv, phone or tab and output with an aux cable to your home theatre, or portable speaker. I bought another wireless microphone seperately and now have 3 microphones connected at all times with indivual volume controls. Excellent mixing of mic, music volume. Great echo effects for mic as well. The product of of great build quality and has looks of a very expensive system. Must buy for all karaoke lovers !
Good sounding microphone. I have not had any problem with signal or frequency drops. I don't know if the company does anything with warranty. Mine lasted long enough and were treated roughly enough and sounded good enough that I feel I got my money's worth. Every review that says the microphone broke with what they consider regular use for a tour grade SM58 is probably true. All of mine that I can still find are taped together and they sound great. I only use the broken ones where they'll be still on a stand. If the sound quality is important to you and you're looking at this price point, this is the best there is. I don't bet on sports. I buy cheap microphones like lottery tickets. This one is a winner, but the tax is that the hand unit is fragile.
The unit that I know would sound better and be as durable costs ten times what this one costs. The Pyle unit that looks like this one is terrible on vocals but makes a tinny bass drum sound phat. I have a set of wireless microphones that make great overhead condenser style for cymbals or a choir that overdrive when sang directly into and static when handled.
At this price point you can't have everything. I have a set that works good and is durable but doesn't sound this good. I have another set that sounds good but only works within 15 feet of the receiver. Some are only line of sight. I have one with a perfectly durable handset, great range stable and it sounds great. The dang receiver cuts off with any power blips. Now I know a microphone receiver needs a dependable toggle. Fifine, this brand, makes a durable handset in a single microphone that's less than half the price, but, the receiver takes batteries and the batteries will run out in the middle. Looking to figure how to hardwire that one. Anyway, this unit's issue is handset durability. If you know how to reinforce the weak spots with tape it'll last longer. This microphone sounds better than the entry level high dollar brand microphones. This is a predictable reliable disposable microphone. Buy another when it breaks. It's a good sounding $60 microphone. Yes you can use the pair, but if you're using it with a singer, keep the second in the case for when the first one breaks. Your PA will already be set.
The little mixer is great if you want to run a phone through the PA and you just want an untrained person to have a volume nob and not the full PA control. I set this unit up with a powered speaker for my son's mom. She absolutely refuses to learn anything tech. She had no problems with clearly labeled volume nobs. I fully expected it to be broken. It worked fine. No worries.
I definitely think it's worth the money. It's definitely not a tour grade microphone. I'm going to try taping a cushion on the next one I get. And I will get another one after covid 19 because it's predictable and reliable and disposable. I reviewed the reliable durable microphone for another company. It doesn't sound as good as this fragile one.
If you have the money to buy better, please do. If you know what better costs, please don't be mad when these aren't that. Predictable, reliable, disposable with best in cheap class sound.
I used it couples of time but it didn't work as expected as most of the times it was making an extra sound, even I was away from the speaker (10 feet), to stop extra sound I need to go at least 20-25 feet which was not possible if I am in a room. So finally I returned it