TONOR TW-820 Dual Handheld Wireless Microphone System - 2 Mics

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89 out of 100. Incorporating 950+ ratings and reviews.

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$100
TONOR TW-820 Dual Handheld Wireless Microphone System

Meta Analysis Overview

Our rating of 89/100 is based on analysis of 950+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

Sometimes all you need is a good, affordable set of wireless microphones to liven up small events.

The Tonor TW-820 Dual features 2 Wireless mics with an LCD screen for frequency and battery status.

The receiver features a display for channel, frequency, and signal strength.

Feature Overview

  • Mic frequency response: 50Hz-15kHz
  • Receiver frequency: UHF 902.8 - 926.8 mHz
  • Range: Up to 200 feet / 60 meters
  • Two XLR outputs and a 1/4’’ audio output jack
  • Cardioid polar pattern

Pros
Users who took the plunge and bought the wireless mic set on a whim were pleased to find out that the package contained not just the mic and receiver, but also accessories like foam windscreens and cables. They also liked the unit's plug and play ease of use; making it easy to set up and tear down during their events.

Cons
Battery life was less than stellar. Others found that the range was shorter than advertised, though additional comments also point to low batteries as being the culprit.

Overall
If you need a cheap, easy to set up wireless mic system for small events the TONOR TW-820 is a sleeper pick.

Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Handheld Wireless Microphone Systems.

Comments

The microphone is compliant

The microphone is compliant with the frequency. Noticed it is on the 900mhz

Thanks for pointing out our

Thanks for pointing out our mistake - I have updated the information above to remove the comment about not being FCC compliant.