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Old Jul 23, 2003, 10:21 PM
gooty gooty is offline
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Default 2 cordless mics £38. Worth getting???

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i was outbid, but the guy has contacted me saying he has more.

anyone heard of these???

are they even worth that amount, or are they crap?
Old Jul 24, 2003, 04:07 AM
Lowndsy Lowndsy is offline
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Wow. they look nice. Ebay has been flooded with cheap radio mics (in fact I bought a couple) and as a rule they're ok for talking but not singing. They munch through batteries like nobodies business.
I'd be tempted to spend the extra tenner and get one for about 40-50 quid. the Homemix one is quite nice, and you could sing through it in emergencies.
Old Jul 24, 2003, 09:29 AM
rattlersnr rattlersnr is offline
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Yeh, I agree with Lowndsy. i bought a similar pair off ebay and they are ok. Batteries don't last too long but I have bought rechareables to try them. I would say they are ok for the price
Old Jul 25, 2003, 04:38 AM
gram77ok gram77ok is offline
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ive actually got one of these buggers...great idea BUT one of the mics is great.....the other one seems dead tinny ....a bit of a mismatch on them...shame because its a good idea ! i tried changing heads inside the tinny one but it still sounded tinny !...mic a is great mic b is the tinny one....i suppose its ok if you got someone singing with lots of deep notes !.....mine cost me 70 quid i only use one ( mic a) mic b is too tinny
Old Jul 25, 2003, 07:12 AM
music2myears music2myears is offline
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Hi Guys

I tried a set of these...they are ok for home use but I wouldn't dream of using thim for a pub karaoke....just not good enough, but if your on a budget and want to sing at home they will do the job fine.

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