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VOCOPRO UF-3 U-series wireless Flute System
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- Package Dimensions: 25.4 cm (L) X 19.812 cm (W) X 6.35 cm (H)
- Package Type: Microphone
- Package Quantity: 1
- Country Of Origin: Switzerland
- Model Number: UF3
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I purchased this item to use with my church band. overall, you cannot beat this solution for the price. It fits on my pedal board better than other similarly priced options and has diversity antennas which is a huge plus. I used it for the first time during a rehearsal and, while our bassist has his own wireless system, didn't have any interference or dropouts through a 2 hr practice . Our electric guitarist liked it so much he will be adding this to his setup as well in the near future. The only drawback is that the pairing of the devices is a little awkward but not a huge deal since you do it once during setup and don't have to touch it again unless you have to change channels.
This was played through a Soundcraft mixing board and powered Thump speakers. Perhaps it would work better with another sound system.
Really wanted to be happy with this, but I'm going to have to find another way to amplify my fiddle.
Attaching the transmitter to the violin was easy and it mounted securely. I positioned the microphone so that it did not get in the way of the violin player or the bow and away we went. First thing we discovered is that the microphone was very sensitive, the 15db attenuation needs to be turned on and the volume at the receiver needs to be set to about 1/4 of maximum. The resulting recording seemed to carry noticeable hiss with it. I'm not an audio engineer so I don't know exactly how to describe it, but as the violin passages got louder, the background hiss seemed to get louder with it. I would not describe it as distortion, the violin music itself sounded fine, but the hiss that accompanied the music was not of constant level. This is another reason I suspect a poor preamp. By way of comparison I took a Audio Technica ATR3350 lavalier (a $20 mic) mounted to the violin with a AT8468 velcro mount and connected it to the second input on the H4n, set the levels of both microphones to match and simultaneously recorded both. I then took the resulting recording into Audacity and split the stereo into two mono tracks that I could compare, using a set of Bose headphones. The ATR3350 produced a far better result -- clearer, crisper, with no hiss or distortion.
I think the UV-3 may be ideal in a stage/performance environment when you want to amplify a violin along with accompanying music or vocals where audio fidelity may not be of primary importance. But if you want to make a good audio recording of a violinist then this doesn't make the grade (for me).
One final note, the manual stated that there should be a carrying case for the equipment included in the box, but there was none. I guess the box itself is the carrying case?