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Takstar TS-3310HH Wireless Handheld Instrument Microphone


Do you want to enjoy music in you home, and make your life more colorful? If you're conducting a presentation, lecture or any other public speaking engagement in a large conference room or convention hall, you'll need a wireless microphone to help pr...
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  • Operating at 220-270MHz VHF band effectively improves prevention from interference
  • Enhanced band-pass filters at higher and medium frequencies which effectively reduce interfering signals
  • Transmitter operatino in normal condition even with battery voltage down to 6V
  • LED indication when batteries become low, prompting the user to replace the batteries
  • Special circuitry designed to eliminate popping noise when turning the transmitters on or off
  • Quartz frequency stabiliser used to improve performance consistency
  • Handheld Microphone uses wireless system and Audio Reference Companding technology, which can produce very clear sound and beyond the limits of traditional wireless technology
  • The Handheld Microphone is the best choice of singers when performing around the world

Wireless Micphone:

  • Carrier Frequency: VHF-H
  • Frequency Response: 80Hz-15kHz
  • Frequency Stability: ±0.005%
  • S/N Ratio: >70dB
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.5% (at 1kHz)
  • Number of Channels: 2 Channels
  • Operating Range: 50m in open area


  • Squelch Control: Noise Lock
  • Receiving Sensitivity: -80dBm
  • Receiver Power Supply: DC 12V/300mA
  • Output Type: Separate or Mixed Output
  • False Interference Ratio: ≥80dB


  • Power Supply: 9V Tier battery
  • Transmit Power: ≤10mW
  • Frequency Deviation: ±18kHz
  • Frequency Stability: ±0.005%
  • Modulation Mode: FM


Takstar TS-3310HH Wireless Handheld Instrument Microphone

  • This is a Wireless Microphone System
  • Operating at 220-270MHz VHF band effectively improves prevention from interference

Takstar TS-3310HH Wireless Handheld Instrument Microphone

  • The Wireless Microphone has a good sound quality
  • Special circuitry designed to eliminate popping noise when turning the transmitters on or off

Wireless microphone:

  • A wireless microphone, as the name implies, is a microphone without a physical cable connecting it directly to the sound recording or amplifying equipment with which it is associated
  • More commonly known as a Radio Microphone, there are many different standards, frequencies and transmission technologies used to replace the microphone's cable connection and make it into a wireless microphone. They can transmit, for example, in radio waves using UHF or VHF frequencies, FM, AM, or various digital modulation schemes. Some low cost models use infrared light. Infrared microphones require a direct line of sight between the microphone and the receiver, while costlier radio frequency models do not
  • Some models operate on a single fixed frequency, but the more advanced models operate on a user selectable frequency to avoid interference, and allow the use of several microphones at the same time

How Does a Cordless Microphone Work?

Takstar TS-3310HH Wireless Handheld Instrument Microphone

  • What Are Cordless Microphones and What Are They Used For? - Cordless microphones, also called wireless microphones, are composed of two basic components: the microphone/transmitter and the receiver. They are used for many types of video production, including talk shows, documentaries and news programs. Cordless microphones are also used in many concert performances so the performers can move about the stage without dragging cords behind them. There are two basic types of wireless microphones
  • The Self-Contained Cordless Microphone - A self-contained cordless microphone consists of a standard handheld microphone with a transmitter built into it, like the type used in concert performances or on many newscasts. The microphone picks up sound vibration and converts it to an electrical signal just like any other microphone; this signal is then relayed to a small battery-powered transmitter that converts it into a signal that is transmitted over the airwaves. The transmitter is built into the handle of the microphone
  • The Lapel Wireless Microphone - Another type of cordless microphone that is widely used on TV talk shows and to produce documentaries is the lapel wireless microphone. You may have seen the little microphone clipped to a television host's lapel and a small box clipped in back at the host's waist. Lapel wireless microphones allow the host to move around and have both hands free. They work the same way as the concert-type cordless microphone, except that the microphone and transmitter are separate and have a tiny wire connecting them
  • The Receiver - For the sound signal transmitted by the cordless microphone to be usable, it must be captured by another device--this is what the receiver does. The receiver is located near the auditorium sound amplifiers or the video recording equipment. Once this sound is received by the receiver, it must be put on videotape or, in the case of a concert, input into the auditorium sound system. So the receiver captures the transmission from the wireless microphone, converts that transmission to a signal that can be used by the audio or video equipment and provides an output that can be plugged into the amplifier or video camera

Package Included:

  • 2 x Wireless Microphones
  • 1 x Receiver
  • 1 x Audio Output Line
  • 1 x Transformer
  • 2 x 9V Batteries
  • 1 x User Manual