MCM Electronics

Two Channel Wireless Microphone System By Pyle (PDWM2000) MCM Part #35-1460

4.5 stars 1 review

Low cost wireless mic system is ideal for close range situations where two mics are needed. VHF high band operation (160~250MHz) and super heterodyne receiver ensure good performance in karaoke and presentation situations.

Specifications Top

    System includes a two–channel receiver, which simultaneously accepts the signal from the two included wireless microphones. Mic channels have independent level controls. Mics operate on standard 9V batteries (#292-035), two included, which typically provide eight hours of operation. For ease of use in a variety of situations, three separate outputs are provided:
  • Channel A
  • Channel B
  • Combined Channel A/B
  • Range: 50' normal conditions, 100' max
  • Frequency response: 40Hz~15KHz
  • S/N ratio: 80dB
  • Receiver output: 1/4" unbalanced 600ohm, 25mV (mic level)
  • Dimensions (receiver): 21/4" (H) x 165/8" (W) x 91/2" (D)
  • Dimensions (mics): 15/8" (dia.) x 10" (L)
  • Includes two 36" audio cables, male 1/4" to male 1/4"

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:35-1460
Pyle Part #:PDWM2000
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:6 lbs.
Warranty:365 days
Need to Return?
Length:20.5 in.
Width:11.75 in.
Height:5 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by a092346

    on 11/11/2015

    Good Basic System

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I have only had this for a week, and have only used it once at a wedding reception. It worked well and had a clear, clean sound. There were no problems with signal drop-out or gaps in coverage. As for long-term durability and reliability, only time will tell.

    However, if you are considering this system, there are a couple of things you should know. First of all, the description of the available outputs may not apply to the unit you receive; it didn't with mine. Mine has only a combined A+B output at either a 1/4 in. jack or an XLR male output, and no separate A or B outputs. This is not MCM's fault. Apparently Pyle has made a running change in the unit. I checked Pyle's site, and they don't even have it straight yet. They showed one picture of each setup. It's no problem for me, as the front panel level controls are more than adequate for balancing and level adjustment. The earlier model also had an AC cord directly into the receiver, while mine has the wall-wart setup. Again, no big deal, and the wall wart also allows switching between 110/220 as does the earlier design.
    I would definitely recommend this system to someone who can use the VHF channels. I would like to have waited for a sale price - which may or may not ever happen - but I needed it quickly.
    One other "hiccup": Although the box arrived with a Pyle seal over the flap, the unit had obviously been opened and looked at. The mics and batteries appeared to still be factory sealed, but the wrappers on the receiver and power supply had been opened. So, in my opinion, Pyle should have offered it as a refurbished or open-stock unit. Again, I don't think that was MCM's doing. As usual, it was well packed in the shipping box and got here fairly quickly with just the cheapest shipping.