GTD Audio G-622H 200 Channel UHF Professional Wireless microphone Mic System
- 100 Selectable frequencies on each channel, Up to 15 Receivers & 30 Mics can be work at same time
- Automatic frequency scanning to find and set the best available channel
- Automatic transmitter setup, the channel of the transmitter and receiver can easily synchronize
- Two XLR individual outputs and one 1/4" Mixed output
- Range: up to 500 Feets ( 160 meters ), Frequency: UHF 610MHz - 680MHz
|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 FCC’s wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.|
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The GTD Audio G-622 Wireless microphone system delivers superior sound quality and professional features. It is designed for a wide range of professional applications with 200 selectable channels and a frequency scanner that automatically finds and sets to the best channel available. This microphone system is easy to use with multiple systems and is the perfect microphone system for any professional or recreational events. up to 15 receivers and 30 microphones can work together in the same place without interfering with each other.
Top Customer Reviews
Shure is better in the sound department. Shure mic makes my voice sound warmer and smoother like a semi-pro. Voice pickup is more sensitive than GTD. With no or low Karaoke music background, the different is obvious. If Shure mic scores 10/10, GTD is 7/10. However, when the background music is loud and voice volume is crank up with high echo level, the different is not noticeable, 10/10 vs 9/10, maybe. My relatives and guesses could not tell the difference, they enjoyed the music and the GTD mics nonetheless. Keep in mind that most karaoke singers are a bit tipsy. Although I used to play in a local band and am a bit pickier with sound, Karaoke singers were there for the music, noise and fun, not to win the America Idol contest.
Where GTD and Shure are equal: mic build is pure plastic, but functional and lightweight. They both lighter than my Shure SM58 (non-wireless). Shure SM58 built like a small brick, all metal. Shure and GTD receivers both have built in amplifier. For home karaoke, singers are seating 15-20 feet from these receivers, signal strength is always strong with both GTD and Shure. Never had any signal drop or phase out during my two-weeks evaluation.
GTD has better features: GTD receiver is bigger and bulkier, but its LED provides more info, like voice level knob and bar, not just selected frequencies. When combining wireless receiver's built-in amplifier with my Karaoke amp’s built in mic amp and master amp, and finally echo, the signal level is too sensitive, causing severe and unwanted pops and ticks sounds. To eliminate these sounds, I would turn the GTD receiver amplifier level (volume level) down to 2 bar, out of 10 bar max. Shure receiver has no amplifier/volume level to adjust. For my set up, this is very important. GTD mic has LED screen, where Shure does not. GTD mic LED shows selected frequencies. It has Mute button, in addition to On/Off button like Shure. The drawback with GTD is, if you leave the Mute ON, the mic will continue to drain the battery. You must turn it Off after use.
The Shure SM58 is a great mic like Shure BLX288/PG58 wireless. Just slightly inconvenience with the cable, but we are talking home Karaoke here, not American Idol where singers are roaming its super stage. For the price of one Shure BLX288/PG58 system, I could get two Shure SM58 and the GTD, for a total of 4 mics, and still have some money left for the actual Karaoke songs. And your relatives and guesses would still enjoy the Karaoke session nonetheless. Good luck and have fun.
I will certainly update this review as needed if the units fail on me, but my initial thoughts are that they offer everything the Shure SLX24/SM58 does but at MUCH lower price.
Even the microphone sync/display look very similar to the Shure SM58. It's very important to know your battery levels with wireless equipment! Likewise, knowing your mics are connected and sending signal is a really nice feature of this system.
Of course not all is perfect. Costing a fraction of the price means GTD certainly cut corners in build quality. The handheld plastics don't feel as refined, the batter cover flap feels like it might snap off at any moment. The receiver seems pretty solid though.