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Raguso Karaoke Mike, Widely Compatible Karaoke Metal Hand‑Held M

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Product description

Feature:
1. This is a microphone with a plastic receiver and a metal hand-held. Suitable for speakers, power amplifiers, mixers and other equipments.
2. Low battery warning indicators on the receiver and microphone provide continuous monitoring of system operation.
3. The receiver has 6.35mm and 3.5mm adapters to use a variety of products, can capture the smallest signals and reproduce your voice as vividly as a face‑to‑face conversation.
4. Dynamic microphone with cardioid directivity: Heart‑shaped directional capsule, the sound is warm, affluent,and has excellent feedback suppressioncapabilities.
5. Make sure to maximize feedback and let your voice flowing through various mixes. This wireless microphone has low sensitivity to noise, high gain before feedback and excellent sound quality.


Specification:
Item Type: Wireless Microphone

Material: Metal + plastic

Colour: Black


Battery: The receiver uses 18650 batteries (not included), and the microphone uses two AA batteries (not included)


Uses: Suitable for speakers, power amplifiers, mixers and other equipments







Package List:
1 x Microphone
1 x Microphone Anti-Slip Mat(Random Color)
1 x Receiver
1 x Data Line
1 x User Manual 
1 x 3.5 Conversion Head


Note:
1.The receiver uses 18650 batteries (not included), and the microphone uses two AA batteries (not included)2.The color of non‑slip mat will be sent randomly, and make sure you will not min d before ordering.

Raguso Karaoke Mike, Widely Compatible Karaoke Metal Hand‑Held M

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