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Saramonic SR-WM4C Wireless Microphone Review
Laveliere, Saramonic, Wireless Microphone
We received a wireless microphone from Saramonic. It’s the SR-WM4C. The wireless microphone costs $90, which is surprisingly cheap compared to my Senheizer G3 set of $630. So we took the Saramonic mic to the test and listed all the pro’s and cons in this video.
The transmitters have a very interesting design. Although they’re made out of plastic, they do feel sturdy. In contrast with our Senheizer sets, the Saramonic transmitters doesn’t provide much features. But this isn’t always a bad thing. The simplicity makes then very easy to use, straight out of the box.
The microphone itself is not of the greatest quality. But it works and it sounds a lot better than a normal headset. So for $90 you’re definitely making a good purchase.
We did ran into one major problem while testing this mic. The output of the receiver seems to be too loud. I had the volume already turned down as much as I can, but I was still getting too much. You will also notice this problem in the review video, where my voice is peeking sometimes.
1 thought on “Saramonic SR-WM4C Wireless Microphone Review”
If the mic is peaking at the lowest volume setting, it is crap.