Best Bluetooth Microphones and Most People Use for Mobile

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Bluetooth microphones offer the flexibility of technology. Its new invention in the electronic industry as most electronic gadgets. Bluetooth microphones are one of the best wireless microphone systems in the market. it comes in different varieties which include handheld, lavalier, and headset.

Bluetooth microphones are one of the best wireless microphone systems in the market. They do not require any connectivity. Bluetooth microphones come in different varieties which include handheld, lavalier, and headset.

There are a lot of Bluetooth microphone systems available in the market, it can be confusing and hard to take a decision before shopping. Below review it may help you.


1. Nikon ME-W1 Wireless Microphone

The ME-W1 Wireless Microphone is a compact wireless Bluetooth microphone system that allows you to capture clear audio from subjects up to 164 feet away. The ME-W1 Wireless Microphone is compatible with the ME-1 Stereo Microphone for wireless stereo audio and music recording

Specification
Communication System : Bluetooth Standard Ver. 3.0
Battery Life : 3 hours
Audio : Stereo/dual-mono audio codec, Analogue audio input, Analogue audio output
Wireless Range : 30 ft / 10 m
Pros
  • Mixing (mono and stereo, mono and mono)
  • Higher quality lavalier microphone
  • Noise cancellation
Cons
  • Noise issues sound quality & clarity
  • Not actually waterproof

2. MightyMic W SmartPhone Bluetooth Microphone

The MightyMic W microphone brings high quality sound from a small microphone. Don’t be fooled by the compact size. This is a high quality clip-on omni condenser microphone that includes a rechargeable Li-ion battery

Specification
Communication System : Latest Bluetooth 4.0
Battery Life : 5 hours
Audio :
Wireless Range : 30 ft / 10 m
Pros
  • Automatic Gain Control (AGC) circuit
  • Black anodized metal body
  • Rear mounted clip for easy attachment
Cons
  • Not record with other applications
  • Choppy audio recording
  • Could not connect to external speaker

3. Nolan LiveMIC2

The LiveMIC2 Bluetooth microphone, new generation of LiveMIC, capture and stream the source of audio/voice wirelessly via Bluetooth headset, handfree, A2DP profiles. Ideal for distance education, webinar, conference, presentation, panel session, PA systems, speech recognition, hearing impairment, PC audio, voice recording and more. Works with most of Bluetooth speakers, audio receivers, iPhone, iPad, Android, smartphones

Specification
Communication System : Bluetooth 2.4GHz
Battery Life : 6 hours
Audio :
Wireless Range : 30 – 40 ft / 10 – 12 m
Pros
  • Voice wirelessly via headset, handfree, A2DP profiles
  • Easily clips on to the pocket
  • Dual modes supporting
Cons
  • LiveMIC not pair properly with the iPhone video
  • Sometimes sound delay
  • Latency lag is a concern

4. Canon WM-V1

he Canon WM-V1 Wireless Microphone is designed for use with select Canon VIXIA HF G10, VIXIA HF M-series, VIXIA XA, and VIXIA HF R-series camcorders. The system features a transmitter and receiver that operate over Bluetooth, with a range of up to 164 feet. The system is ideal for recording events, ceremonies, and anywhere a quality wireless microphone is necessary

Specification
Communication System : Bluetooth 2.4GHz
Battery Life : 5 hours
Audio :
Wireless Range : 150 ft / 45 m
Pros
  • Double the range of the Sony WCMAW4
  • Two-way communication
  • Shoot while still talking to each other
Cons
  • Microphone low and noisy
  • Needs a headset splitter adapter for microphone
  • Not pair directly with another bluetooth device, must use the transmitter/receiver together.

5. Sony ECMAW4 Wireless Microphone

The built in mic works quite well, and plugging in a lavaliere works as expected. Lots of handling noise if you use the built in mic, be careful of anything rubbing where you mount it or just use a lav plug in. Range is fine, claims 164ft, i have tested it to be reliable much shorter than that, but i mostly only need 20ft tops.

Specification
Communication System : Bluetooth 2.4GHz
Battery Life : 2 hours
Audio :
Wireless Range : 75 ft / 23 m
Pros
  • Double the range of the Sony WCMAW4
  • Two-way communication
  • Shoot while still talking to each other
Cons
  • Transceiver unit creates a lot of handling noise
  • Needs a headset splitter adapter for microphone
  • Not pair directly with another bluetooth device, must use the transmitter/receiver together.

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