MCM Electronics

Dual VHF Wireless Microphone System By Pyle (PDWM2500) MCM Part #35-2255

4.5 stars 4 reviews
MSRP: $128.99
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Specifications Top

Dual VHF Wireless Microphone System

Low cost wireless mic system is ideal for close range situations where two separate microphones are needed. It is perfect for presentations and karaoke use. Two channel receiver combines the signal from both included microphones, and provides a single 1/4" output.

  • Independent front panel level control for each microphone
  • LED indicators for power, receiver status and volume level
  • 1/4" line level output
  • 12VDC operation, adapter included
  • 100' range under normal conditions
  • Each microphone requires one 9V battery, not included
  • Mfr. #PDWM2500
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:35-2255
    Pyle Part #:PDWM2500
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:3.1875 lbs.
    Warranty:365 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:15.5 in.
    Width:11.75 in.
    Height:3.25 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by maestro43

    on 5/5/2015


    Overall: 4 out of 5

    I love this set of mics...I buy them for everybody. Wish there were more frequencies.

  • by

    on 7/1/2014

    Does the job for little money.

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    Only used for two gigs so far. The two mics have a little different sensitivity and need a bit different equalization but have a nice sound. The range seems good in the rooms I have used them in and one of the rooms was quite large.

  • by a092346

    on 4/13/2014

    Great for general use

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I ordered this system for our church because we needed a wireless mic or 2 for occasional speaking and portable use in addition to the Shure wireless system we already had. The MCM sale price was also an incentive. We don't intend to use it for vocal music, but it would probably work well enough for that purpose if the board operator is willing to tweak the trim and Eq to fit the singer's voice, and the singer's voice is not super loud.
    This system seems to have a very similar response curve.
    The mics/transmitters appear to be about as rugged physically as the Shure (time will tell).
    The output to the mixer is at a much lower level than the Shure, so you need a mic-level input; line-level won't work. Our board has trim on each channel, so cranking the trim way up does the trick.
    The 9-volt batteries are quick and easy to replace, more so than the AA's the Shure uses. One note about batteries: the 9-volt batteries supplied with the system are slightly longer than other brands I have used, so the cover doesn't screw down all the way; just a minor item that shouldn't cause problems.
    The On-Off and Mute switches are much easier to operate, but it would also be easier to accidentally change a setting.
    Sensitivity drops off very quickly as you move off-axis or move away from the mic, significantly more so than with the Shure.
    The receiver has an audio level adjustment for each channel, which may be useful if you are feeding the combined output to a single mixer channel, but the knobs are difficult to get a grip on unless the receiver is fastened down. There is also a gain adjustment in the battery compartment of each transmitter.
    NOTE: The power pack (wall wart) has a 110/220 VAC switch which is not very noticeable, and it is not called out in the instructions. If it is set to 220 and you're using 110, the receiver will appear to be working, but the output will be very weak and the LED indicators will be erratic. If it's set for 110 and plugged in to 220, you may do major damage - I did not try that to see what would happen. (Probably not likely to be a problem in the U.S. with our A.C. outlet configuration.)
    The mics seem to be quite resistant to feedback.
    I would hesitate to recommend this system for someone to use as their only microphones, at least until we have them for a while to see how well they last. However, for casual or backup use, I would highly recommend this system.
    As always, MCM's prompt shipping and customer service are excellent.

  • by dwayne.newton1

    on 4/1/2014

    great for parties but not pro quality

    Overall: 3.5 out of 5
    Top 25 Contributor

    These are, for the most part, exactly what you should expect from a product at this price point. I don't recommend this for performance or recording applications because the pickup pattern is inconsistent. What I mean is the gain is good when you're right on top of the mic but drops out quickly if you put any distance between the mic and your mouth. And having to get that close for singing causes a bit of distortion no matter what kind of mic you happen to be using. But this would be okay for parties, karaoke, and is really best suited for announcements paging and hosting parties in which a mic and small P.A. are needed. They are extremely resistant to feedback, seem to be true to their stated range and haven't presented any interference issues on the occasions I have used them. In a pinch I would be okay with using this for singing an acoustic number in a coffee shop because that would be more laid back in terms of style and I wouldn't feel a need to eat the mic in order to be heard. Overall, it's a good value if you keep your expectation appropriate and reasonable.