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Say you’re covering news or conducting interviews

  Say you’re covering news or conducting interviews in the field for your V-blog, YouTube channel, Facebook Live, or a documentary. The locations vary widely—indoor/outdoor, press conferences and on-the-fly interviews, and perhaps even political conventions—and all represent widely varying sound-recording environments. As a news gatherer, you know that your audio quality can make or break your video piece. What system should you use to get the best sound possible, no matter the location or situation? Should you go wired, or wireless?
  Say you’re covering news or conducting interviews in the field for your V-blog, YouTube channel, Facebook Live, or a documentary. The locations vary widely—indoor/outdoor, press conferences and on-the-fly interviews, and perhaps even political conventions—and all represent widely varying sound-recording environments. As a news gatherer, you know that your audio quality can make or break your video piece. What system should you use to get the best sound possible, no matter the location or situation? Should you go wired, or wireless?
 
  Any audio professional will tell you: Go wired whenever you can, and use wireless only when you must. This is because there is always a chance, even with better wireless systems, of brief losses of sound (dropouts) or short bursts of static (RF interferences), possibly compromising your audio signal at the most inopportune time.
 
  Everybody understands wired mics. They’re reliable, fast to set up, and easy to operate. All you need is a cable that plugs into your camera, and no other equipment is required.
Wireless Handheld Microphone
 
  How Wireless Microphone Systems Work
 
  As sound quality and reliability have increased and cost has decreased, wireless microphone systems have become very popular. They have thrived for one important reason: eliminating the microphone cable connection frees you to walk across the stage, among the audience, (and, sometimes, out the door). This gives the presenter greater mobility, flexibility, and — with the wireless, hands-free models — the ability to talk with your hands!
 
  So what is a Wireless Microphone System?
 
  A wireless microphone system is usually made up of three components:Microphone (either handheld or handsfree),Transmitter, andWireless receiver.
 
  In the case of a handheld microphone, the transmitter is built into the microphone itself. For the handsfree microphone, a short cable connects it to a body pack transmitter. This unit usually looks like a transistor radio and has a clip for attaching to a pocket or belt. This configuration is used for a number of handsfree microphones, lapel (or lavaliere) mics, collar mics and headband mics.
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