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My new setup---SYNCO WMic-TS

 

I bought a new UHF microphone----WMic-TS from SYNCO. Although I have a lot of UHF microphones, I was shocked by the lightness and multifunction of TS.

 

I went to the park for record last week. It was winter, the wind was blowing hard. But the sound from TS was very clear.

100 Hz low cut filter can reduce wind, current or traffic rumble noises. And the adjustable gain control can adjust your volume.

 

The lightweight kit supports mono and stereo recording. TS can record two people talking to the camera with a single receiver. It is very convenient for post processing!

 

After tested the distance of TS, I found that the distance of TS can reach 492ft/150m, where there were no obstructions and signal shielding.

 

Both transmitters and receiver are equipped with a backlit OLED screen for you to monitor the audio.

 

More importantly, the antennas of many UHF mic cannot folded. However, the antennas of TS are 180°foldable. I really appropriate its stable transmission and easy carrying!

 

This detachable back clip is very convenient.

 

The detachable shoe mount simplifies setup of the mic without adding heft to my rig.

 

Quick-charging accessory(one to three cable) charges three devices (1RX+2TX) at the same time. Full charging just only need 3h. 1300mAh rechargeable lithium battery supports up to 8.5 hours continuous recording.

 

As a cost efficient dual-channel wireless microphone system, TS has some advantages compared to other wireless microphone systems in the same price range. For example, the 180°foldable antennas and the one in three charging cable bring great convenience to our shooting.

 

How do you think?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This feels like a cleverly written branded post.

Having said that, the products look good!

There seems to be quite a few new products that n the audio wireless works now. It’d be interesting to see some real-world reviews by trusted sound technicians comparing these and some of the other new (predominately Chinese) offerings against equivalents from the established major brands.

I also find myself curious what market share these get, and what the user base looks like. I can’t imagine seeing any of my peers/colleagues getting these... but it’s easy to forget that there are 100,000s of other “content creators” out there!

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On 12/31/2020 at 4:59 PM, Nezih said:

This feels like a cleverly written branded post.

Having said that, the products look good!

There seems to be quite a few new products that n the audio wireless works now. It’d be interesting to see some real-world reviews by trusted sound technicians comparing these and some of the other new (predominately Chinese) offerings against equivalents from the established major brands.

I also find myself curious what market share these get, and what the user base looks like. I can’t imagine seeing any of my peers/colleagues getting these... but it’s easy to forget that there are 100,000s of other “content creators” out there!

Yep, who ever wrote that post clearly works for that company. 

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On 12/30/2020 at 3:44 PM, Camera girl said:

My new setup---SYNCO WMic-TS

 

I bought a new UHF microphone----WMic-TS from SYNCO. Although I have a lot of UHF microphones, I was shocked by the lightness and multifunction of TS.

 

I went to the park for record last week. It was winter, the wind was blowing hard. But the sound from TS was very clear.

100 Hz low cut filter can reduce wind, current or traffic rumble noises. And the adjustable gain control can adjust your volume.

 

The lightweight kit supports mono and stereo recording. TS can record two people talking to the camera with a single receiver. It is very convenient for post processing!

 

After tested the distance of TS, I found that the distance of TS can reach 492ft/150m, where there were no obstructions and signal shielding.

 

Both transmitters and receiver are equipped with a backlit OLED screen for you to monitor the audio.

 

More importantly, the antennas of many UHF mic cannot folded. However, the antennas of TS are 180°foldable. I really appropriate its stable transmission and easy carrying!

 

This detachable back clip is very convenient.

 

The detachable shoe mount simplifies setup of the mic without adding heft to my rig.

 

Quick-charging accessory(one to three cable) charges three devices (1RX+2TX) at the same time. Full charging just only need 3h. 1300mAh rechargeable lithium battery supports up to 8.5 hours continuous recording.

 

As a cost efficient dual-channel wireless microphone system, TS has some advantages compared to other wireless microphone systems in the same price range. For example, the 180°foldable antennas and the one in three charging cable bring great convenience to our shooting.

 

How do you think?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please don't write posts like this. This is clearly a branded post from someone who works or has involvement with a company. If you continue to put up posts like this without clearly identifying where you are from and who you are representing you will be banned from posting. 

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