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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.
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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