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6 years ago
good quality wireless mic system for around $200.
There's no way the OP is getting into a complete used ULX system for $300, unless it's either beat to death or fell off the back of a truck.And I'm confused- what's the use of a ULX transmitter without the receiver?I'm no SLX fan either, but single systems can be made to work adequately, and used SLX is still better than any $200-300 new system.
5 years ago
Don't forget you get what you pay for....you get a cheap wireless and its just that..>CHEAP!!!
In wireless, "cheap" and "good quality" are mutually exclusive terms. You can get one, but not both. The entry level price point for wireless that's not unreliable, bad-sounding rubbish is really around $400.Your best bet would be to look at the used market for some Sennheiser EW100 series G2 or Shure SLX or something. You might still end up paying a bit more than your budget, but you'll end up with a wireless system that's not a throwaway.
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