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Spotlight on: Sennheiser XS Wireless Microphones

Posted on November 20, 2017 by Matt Park There have been 0 comments

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Sennheiser proves that even a small budget can provide great freedom on stage.

There's a myriad of myths floating around regarding wireless microphones and instrument packs. These have been proven to be wrong time and time again in the last few years as wireless technology has come a long way. Wireless microphones are now more reliable, sound better and offer much better value for money than ever before. Sennheiser are trusted by some of the biggest acts on some of the biggest stages across the world and their new XSW1 range is more affordable than ever, so what's stopping you?

 

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Ed Sheeran on stage with his wireless Sennheiser mic

 

Sennheiser has developed XS Wireless 1 for those who want to concentrate on their talent, their message, their passion — and not their microphone equipment. Just switch it on and its automatic frequency management does the rest. You can operate up to ten wireless connections simultaneously. No matter whether you’re in a band, a theater or at a seminar: XS Wireless 1 makes you free to do your thing.

 

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XS Wireless 1 delivers acclaimed Sennheiser quality. Microphones with feedback protection and high-grade components yield an open, forceful sound. The receiver comes in an updated version that is designed to be easy to use. No lengthy set up — just go! These microphones and transmitters are proven classics — the result of decades of German engineering.

On stage, you have to put up with a lot of things — so does your equipment. XS Wireless 1 is built to last: Transmitters and microphones are sweat-resistant and withstand even the toughest stress in everyday on-stage use.


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