Behringer ULM302MIC

Digital Wireless System

  • With two hand-held transmitters ULM300M and receiver ULM300RD
  • License-free operation in the 2.4 GHz band
  • Maximum range: 60 m
  • Hand-held transmitters have buttons for volume and mute function
  • Receiver outputs: XLR balanced and 6.3 mm jack unbalanced per channel
  • Latency: 14.3 ms
  • Microphone dimensions: 53 x 53 x 260 mm
  • Receiver dimensions: 150 x 119 x 41 mm
  • Microphone weight: 0.3 kg
  • Receiver weight: 0.25 kg

Note: Two AA batteries or rechargeable batteries are required to operate the hand-held transmitters (not included). We recommend the use of rechargeable batteries, e.g. Article Nr. 420822.

Further Information

Frequency Band 2,4 GHz
Diversity No
Switchable Frequencies No
Removeable Antenna No
Pilot Tone No
Capsule Type Dynamic
Power supply from transmitter 2x AA

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Doesn't communicate in 6 meters!! Battery life not so long as promised.
Xaro5, 26.02.2019
Ok, when you buy a mic in this price range you don't expect to be like a Shure or a Sennheiser BUT we did expected it could work and communicate in 8 meter FREE SPACE having eye contact. This set is FOR HOME USE ONLY and CLOSE RANGE! We use this set in karaoke together with a T.bone MB85 and a Shure BETA58. Both of them are working exceptionally but the ULM302 set is a COMPLETE TRASH. We are making a soundcheck in empty space using brand new batteries and both of 302 seem to have a range of 10-12meters before starting to loose signal. We switched of both mics and after the place became crowded we switched back on both mics and surprisingly they couldn't work normally in 6 meters open space (eye contact also - without obstacles). Also the "switch feature" is really annoying because as people singing and handling every mic, they accidentally press the volume down button. These mics are for home use only, we are VERY dissapointed by this set, DO NOT BUY this set except for bedroom use only!!!!!
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Neil P., 21.11.2018
I just love tech that works and makes the seemingly impossible possible. The touch of genius here that nigh on nearly gets me aroused is the inclusion of on mic volume control. The control on the mic is not that precise in that the increments are a tad wide at times but no matter it is perfectly usable on the fly. Also it means you can use it as part of your vocal technique too if you so wish. Say you want to do something really intimate then you can just up the volume and do so without having to signal a sound engineer or make your way back to the mixer to tweak levels. Now you can do this on the mic and if you want to change from intimate to belt you can do so easily. Along with a decent mic technique this affords you great control. Great eh? Oh you don't have one do you! Well maybe you need one.
Sound quality is very good. For it's main use in a PA or karaoke the sound is up there with very good middle ground wired mics. It has a very extended response with figures quoted from 20hz to 20,000hz! As wide as you will ever need with ANY PA. It's a balanced sound too with no noticeable peaks or troughs. Very clear very flattering sound. The kind of sound that you would expect from a £400 wireless mic really.
Out of interest I tried recording with it straight into a Zoom R24. Sound was fair when put up against the Rode M3 or Audio Technica AT4033. It sounded somewhat processed but then it was a sound akin to what you would expect if you added a degree of compression and a smidgen of EQ. A good contemporary kind of vocal sound and therefore a good result for a mic intended (I think) entirely for PA type use. I like this mic very much and apart from the plasticky build I think it is truly great.
Behringer could easily have made it run off batteries but for some reason have decided against that facility. It runs off 5v so I rigged mine to run of a usb type power pack. The mic does transmit handling noise so if this is a problem for you bear this in mind. A nice touch is that when the battery is about to be exhausted the mic led flashes red. There is no fancy LCD screen or such so this is a welcome touch.
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I have been using these mics for a few weeks now several times a week and they continue to be brilliant. Behringer gear has greatly changed. Ultimately Behringer is just a name with real humans working collectively behind the scenes like in any corporation. The changes the collective have made recently really shows up in the products it appears. Don't be put off by the cheap price and what you think you associate with the name. Do yourself a very big favour and give these a trial. A wireless mic should sound good, just as good as a wired mic hopefully and behave itself. The industry standard for a bog standard gigging mic is the SM58. Most professionals know this. I would rather be handed this mic to sing through that is how I feel about its abilities. Of course the SM58 is bullet proof and that is another very important reason why it continues to stand the test of time. My brother goes out on the road with SM58's that look like they have been caught up in a drive by shooting yet they still continue to perform! If you can look after your mic this is a great mic to ply your trade with. Period. Happy customer here. FYI you may come across this same review on another site. It's my review and this purchase off the good folk at Thomann is due to me recommending this mic to my niece who sings too. As I said I like this mic I lot. N.B. I have had drop outs in two very challenging environments so I know it is not flawless but this is rare and I still highly recommend it.
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