02-07-2011 03:46 PM
I am planning to purchase a wireless microphone with headset for teaching a fitness class. Do I also need to purchase an amplifier or speaker? If so, can you recommend a good one?
02-07-2011 04:34 PM
Yes, you would also need some type of PA system along with that Audio-Technica Freeway Wireless mic setup if there isn't an existing speaker system in your classroom. If there is, you may be able to connect to it via XLR cable or 1/4-inch cable, as many of those wireless mics use.
Otherwise, there are some good lower-cost PA systems that we carry that would cover a small or mid-sized room. These include the mixer and speakers so you don't have to buy them separately...
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