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Ready2Talk HS40M Condenser Microphone (right side cord)

Ready2Talk HS40M Condenser Microphone (right side cord)


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Ready2Talk HS 40M with On / Off Switch - right side microphone cord (ideal for a commentator sitting on the left)

* Designed for use with Ready2Talk Portable / Wired PA systems
* In-line on/off switch
* Comfortable behind the head fit
* Great value
* Great performance
* Light weight and comfortable for all day use
* Unparalleled performance without any feedback
* Same as HS 30M headset but mic and on the right side

Designed and manufactured by Ready2Talk in Canada these offer a number of benefits. Includes an in-line On/Off switch so you can have a private conversation and the switch will trigger the muting function when playing music from your iPhone into the PA.

With its durable yet comfortable metal behind the head headband, it will fit any sized head and you can still wear a hat. Just bend the band to fit… go ahead, it’s tough. And like all our microphones it has been designed with our PA 5 series systems so it will make everyone sound like a FM radio DJ.

Buy two… because you never know when you might need a spare!

Condenser mics - an overview:

Condenser mics are relatively new and have been in mass production for about 20 years. They are much smaller in size therefore they are a lot more popular in today’s small electronics. They are used in things like telephone and computer headsets, cell phones, two way radios; you would recognize them as the little headsets that telephone operators wear on today’s TV shows, those are condenser mics.

Condenser mics are so small they require a power source to make them work or phantom power. Ready2Talk PA systems send power up the microphone wire to the condenser mic so batteries are not required. That’s why you might remember seeing the ones with a little battery in the cord that annoyingly wears out when you need it most… for that big tour. Also, generally condenser mics are more sensitive than Dynamic mics or should I say, condenser mics will be louder than the same type of mic using a Dynamic cartridge.