Pyle Pro PMEMS10 Headworn Omnidirectional Microphone for Shure Wireless (Skin)

Pyle Pro PMEMS10 Headworn Omnidirectional Microphone for Shure Wireless (Skin)

Pyle Pro PMEMS10 Headworn Omnidirectional Microphone for Shure Wireless (Skin)

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The skin-colored PMEMS10 Headworn Omnidirectional Microphone for Shure Wireless from Pyle Pro is suitable for vocal applications which require freedom of movement. This mini ear-hanging microphone is lightweight and nearly invisible. It is appropriate for performers, public speakers, dance and sports instructors, and video presentation.

Back electret condenser capsule
Flat frequency response and superior EMI suppression
Omnidirectional polar pattern
Easy-to-wear headband
Easy-fit foam windscreen
Wired boom
UPC: 068888904247
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Pyle Pro PMEMS10 Headworn Omnidirectional Microphone for Shure Wireless (Skin)
  • Windscreen
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Pyle Pro PMEMS10 specs

    Element Back electret condenser
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 KHz
    Sensitivity -45 dB ± 3 dB
    Output Impedance 2 kΩ ± 30%
    Maximum Input SPL: 130 dB
    Power Supply 1.5 to 10 V DC
    Cable Length 3.9' (1.2 m)
    Connector 4-pin mini XLR (TA4F)
    S/N Ratio >70 dB
    Capsule Diameter 0.19" (5.00 mm)
    Weight 0.45 oz (13.00 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 6.5 x 1.5"

    Pyle Pro PMEMS10 reviews

    PMEMS10 Headworn Omnidirectional Microphone for Shure Wireless (Skin) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 21.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Way better than you would think First off, I think this is a GREAT mic for the money, but it still is no countryman E6. I would expect this quality from other mic's that cost more like $100. Used for a low budget theater production, the sound quality was actually way better than I expected, and the sound was easier to work with than a Shure mx153 (we have two of them). This picked up a singer with little/no EQ needed, I spent about 10 minutes EQing the signers with countryman. The downside is that it isn't very durable to change from user to user, so I would recommend that it be used as a dedicated mic for one person. At this price point, it is worth buying a few in case one should go bad.
    Date published: 2013-12-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG! Just Awesome!!! OMG!!! these are awesome!!!Just received mine today and tested in our auditorium. Now, they are very very hot compared to the standard issue Shure lapel mics! so make sure to turn down the volume on the receiver to a very low setting, then fire up the transmitter, I did not turn the volume down and got extremely strong feedback :-). They cost less than $$so probably not as durable, and might not be good for recording solutions, but for conference/auditorium speaking these are crisp and clear, and very comfortable too. Yay, no more losing audio level when the speaker turns his/her head anymore, just consistent, crisp, level sound from now on :-)
    Date published: 2015-10-16
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from WARNING-very fragile! Yes, the sound is surprisingly good for the price although I still recommend putting the lead performers on Countryman if possible. More than good enough for spoken voice but a little short for singing performances. Users need to be very gentle with the cable, especially where it enters the TA4F connector. Our school had some of these cords fail at this spot after only about 10 uses. These were high school students and mics were being swapped between performers, and I am sure the actors were not as careful as they should have been with the cable. (I was able to disassemble some of them and resolder the connector.) PYLE-PLEASE FIX THIS FLAW!! I think most users would gladly spend an additional $5-10 per microphone to get an upgraded cable and connector with better strain relief.
    Date published: 2018-01-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good mic at an amazing price This mic was purchased for use in a regular worship setting. The pastor has a high-end Countryman mic of a similar style, but worship assistants were using lav mics clipped to their robes. Performance was inconsistent with the lav mics, but we didn't want to spend the extra money on additional Countryman mics unless we had to. This mic is performing as well as the Countryman. Sound is crisp and clear (spoken word and some singing), the mic is comfortable to wear, and it was fully compatible with our Shure beltpacks.We haven't had the mic long enough to assess durability, and I'm a little concerned that because everything is permanently connected together (you can replace components--you have to replace the whole unit). But, at the price point, that really isn't that big an issue.
    Date published: 2014-04-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressive performance for price We ordered these to replace aging Countryman e6's, mostly because we needed a more cost effective solution. These tend to be a little hotter than the Countryman, though they are not as easily molded to the performer's face. We had a few that kinked when bent, so I would caution against bending them too much. They fit firmly over the ear and stay in pace nicely through a performance. The connector is molded, so you won't be able to do repairs if things get unhooked, but for the price, you can throw them away and buy 20 more (when compared to one e6).
    Date published: 2014-11-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Skeptical at first, but was proven wrong At first I was a little skeptical of this headset, but we needed them for our high school performance and considering the cost comparison, I bought two. Come to find out, these headsets rock! Voices were clear and they saved our play. Well worth it.
    Date published: 2017-03-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Mic for the Money I didn't have high hopes for this mic, but we were willing to try it when our countrymen went out. we use it for public speaking and its been great. sound quality is good clear. it can distort if the presenter starts to shout. fits most ears well, have had a little trouble with people with little ears. I have read other reviews that said not to bend the shaft to much as it will snap the cable inside, so i haven't bent it much at all. bought it 09/2013 we use it every monday with different speakers and as of 04/2014 still working good. overall it has been a great replacement. i wouldn't say its professional but worth the try if your on a budget. way better pick up then any lav i have used and no feed back. outside of high end productions or high $$$ corporate gigs, this mic will do the trick.
    Date published: 2014-04-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Headwarn Microphone We use these low cost headworn microphones for vocal and spoken word. They provide very good support for both. If you are currently using lapels, replace them with these right now. You will be Very happy you did.If you are tired of buying replacement cables for your existing pricy headworn microphones, get one of these and try it. $.!!! Only downside is that they can be difficult to attach to the ear (depending on ear size) Eventually I can get it secure but with a little work.
    Date published: 2015-01-21
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