Gemini Sound UHF-6200HL-R2 Stage Performance Microphone Instruction Guide

October 27, 2023
Gemini Sound

Gemini Sound UHF-6200HL-R2 Stage Performance Microphone

Gemini Sound UHF Professional Stage Performance Microphone with Wirless


  • BRAND: Gemini Sound
  • COLOR: Black
  • INCLUDED COMPONENTS: 1 Wireless Headset Lavalier
  • POLAR PATTERN: Omnidirectional
  • MICROPHONE FORM FACTOR: Microphone System
  • ITEM DIMENSIONS LXWXH: 27 x 5.44 x 1.78 inches
  • FREQUENCY: 0 MHz and 537.5 MHz
  • ITEM WEIGHT: 56 pounds


This wireless microphone system offers incredibly clear and dependable sound reproduction at high quality. Ideal for live performances by teachers, musicians, churchgoers, speakers in public, or any other active performers. With the help of this portable audio system’s cutting-edge UHF single-channel receiver and its dependable frequency stability of 512.0 MHz and 537.5 MHz, you can speak clearly across any room. This business UHF system comes with a receiver, two noise-canceling headset microphones, and one lavalier microphone. comfortable and lightweight in construction, allowing the performer flexibility of movement and unrestricted use of their hands. The ultra-fast microprocessor-controlled PLL oscillation circuit and full-range volume rotary control of this wireless microphone eliminate signal interference. This device offers greater adaptability for diverse situations.


Gemini Sound UHF Professional Stage Performance Microphone with Wirless
Reciever \(1\)


The linked transmitter receives an audio signal from the wireless microphone. This audio signal is wirelessly sent by the transmitter using radio waves. These audio signals and radio waves are tuned to the receiver. An XLR cable is used by the receiver to output the balanced audio stream.


Gemini Sound UHF Professional Stage Performance Microphone with Wirless
Reciever \(2\)

  • STEP 1: connect one end of XLR cable to the UHF receiver and the other end to audio mixer

  • STEP 2: connect the audio mixer to the speaker.

  • Directly connect the UHF receiver to the speaker through XLR cable.


  • Publish audio. You can upload your audio files to VEED online, and everything is browser-based.
  • Take away the background noise. Open Settings by clicking on the audio track, then select “Clean Audio.” In a matter of seconds, background noise will instantly disappear.
  • It’s all over; you’re done.


Can wireless microphones use UHF?****

UHF and VHF frequency bands are the most widely utilized bands for wireless microphones over the past 50 years or so; UHF is especially common in the UK.

Can many wireless mics be used simultaneously?****

No, it won’t work like that. One active microphone transmitter at a time can only have its signal demodulated by a wireless receiver. However, as long as only one transmitter is turned on at any given time, you are free to utilize either one.

What benefit does UHF offer?****

Since their wavelengths are shorter and can better pass through steel and concrete, UHF radios are often preferable for indoor use. UHF radios transmit between 300 MHZ and 3 GHz.

Can a speaker be used without a microphone?****

A microphone can be used without any speakers, headphones, or other playback devices.

What frequency on the mic is best?****

The 470 to 548Mhz bands offer the optimum compromise between long transmission distance and clear frequencies. Numerous wireless microphone setups are available that use the 2.4GHz frequency range.

How loud should my microphone be?****

A suitable option for a vocal mic would be one with a frequency response range of roughly 80 Hz to 15 kHz. However, you would want a range that begins lower, at about 50 Hz, for miking snares and toms, and for a bass drum mic, you would want a low end of 40 Hz or even lower, down to 30Hz.

How is the UHF range determined?****

The square root of an antenna’s height above water (in feet) is multiplied by 1.42 to determine its range. The product’s communication range in miles will match that of the antenna.

What UHF benefits and drawbacks are there?****

The portability of handheld UHF radios is one of their biggest benefits. Additionally, an extra antenna can be used to strengthen their signal. Handheld radios, however, struggle to manage interference in the same frequency spectrum.

A wireless microphone can broadcast how far?****

The typical range for systems of the kind detailed here (10-50 mW, VHF or UHF) can range from 100 feet to 1000 feet.

Does UHF resemble Bluetooth?****

UHF radio waves are used by devices linked to a Bluetooth network to communicate with one another. The frequencies of these electromagnetic waves are roughly 2.4 gigahertz (2.4 billion waves per second).

Can a smartphone be connected to a microphone?****

You can attach a microphone with a 3.5mm TRRS connection jack, such this one, if your Android device has a headphone jack and does not require an adaptor.

Can cell phones affect wireless microphones in any way?****

no. Only wireless microphones operating in the 2.4 GHz band, which are less prevalent than UHF microphones, are susceptible to interference from WIFI devices, and this interference occurs often.

Why do wireless microphones cut out?****

Numerous factors, such as antenna positioning, subpar antenna cables, issues with antenna distribution, frequency selection, interference, etc., can result in dropouts in wireless microphones. Dropout problems will be solved by trial and error.

How far is one microphone?****

The best distance from your mouth for the most popular type of microphone, a large-diaphragm condenser, is between 6 and 12 inches.

Can I use two microphones at once?****

Although there are a few things to be aware of first, the good news is that you can connect numerous microphones and audio inputs to record on the same computer at the same time.

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