8 Channel Wireless Microphone System – Portable VHF Cordless Audio Mic Set with 1/4″ and XLR Output, Dual Antenna, – Includes 8

(6 customer reviews)


Brand Pyle
Model Name Pyle Pro
Connectivity Technology Wireless
Connector Type XLR
Special Feature Rack Mountable Receiver Base
Compatible Devices Tablet, Speaker
Color Black
Included Components 8 tabletop microphones and a receiver with 8 inputs and dual telescoping antennas
Polar Pattern Unidirectional

  • 8 CHANNEL: This handsfree wireless microphone system by Pyle Pro has 8 frequency channels and dual telescoping receiver antenna for wireless freedom. This system is the perfect for a conference, professional engagement, religious event, and more
  • STABLE SIGNAL & CLEAR SOUND: This portable wireless handsfree VHF mic set has a channel frequency response of 50Hz~16KHz and high signal / noise ratio performance for capturing high quality audio
  • INDEPENDENT MIC VOLUME CONTROL: Each table top mic features its own dial volume control so you can balance the vocals as desired. The receiver is rack mountable for DJs who want to install it on their racks, or other users with similar set ups
  • MIXED ¼” OUTPUT: The PDWM8300 features a ¼ inch mixed output to hook up all microphones to one input on your mixer / speaker / stereo and 1 balanced XLR jack. It also has a power switch, LED status signal indicator light and antenna
  • WHAT’S IN THE BOX: The package includes a rack mountable receiver base and 8 table top microphones. The device can be used outdoor and indoor / personal home use
  • Professional VHF 8 Channel Wireless System – ¼” Individual line outputs & Mixed ¼” Outputs – Operation Range: 50-180 Meters – Receiver Dimensions With Rack Mount 1.8”x 18.9” x 8.7”
  • Eight Table Top Microphones Included – Carrier Frequency: 174MHz-216MHz – Signal to Noise Ratio: 90dB – Microphone Dimensions: 12.7” X 4.9” X 5.9”
  • Dual Telescoping Receiver Antennas – Dynamic Range: 92dB – Receiver Power Supply: AC 110/240V
  • Eight Volume Controls – Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.5% – Microphone Power Source: 9 Volt, operation range is 50-180 meters
  • On/Off Broadcasting Switch – Frequency Response: 50Hz~16KHz – Receiver Dimensions Without Rack Mount: 1.8” x 16.5” x 8.7”


Product Description

PyleHome Model : PDWM8300

Wireless Conference Microphone System

Professional Conference Desktop VHF Wireless Microphone System

  • Professional VHF 8 Channel Wireless System
  • Eight Table Top Microphones Included
  • Dual Telescoping Receiver Antennas
  • Eight Volume Controls
  • On/Off Broadcasting Switch
  • One mixed microphone output 1/4” and XLR jacks
  • Dynamic Range: 92dB
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.5%
  • Frequency Response: 50Hz~16KHz
  • Operation Range: 50-180 Meters
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 90dB
  • Receiver Power Supply: AC 110/240V
  • Battery Operated Mics: Mics Require (1) x 9V Battery -Each, Included
  • Receiver Dimensions Without Rack Mount: 1.8” x 16.5” x 8.7”
  • Receiver Dimensions With Rack Mount 1.8”x 18.9” x 8.7”
  • Microphone Dimensions: 12.7” X 4.9” X 5.9”


This 8-channel wireless microphone system is the kit you need to hold large teleconferences. It includes 8 tabletop microphones and a receiver with 8 inputs and dual telescoping antennas. Each antenna has its own corresponding volume control on the receiver. Outputs over mixed ¼’ outputs. Operates within 50-180 meters. Runs on 110 and 220 V AC.

From the Manufacturer

The PDWM8300 features a base unit with 8 wireless microphones, each with their own volume control Click here for a larger image The PDWM8300 features a balanced XLR output and a mixed 1/4-inch output Click here for a larger image

Experience the Freedom of Wireless Microphones, Now Easier than Ever

The Pyle PDWM8300 is a wireless microphone system featuring a rack mountable VHF base unit and includes eight wireless tabletop microphones. This system is the perfect for large conferences, public speaking engagements, religious events, and more.

The system is also rack mountable, making it perfect for DJs who want to install it on their racks, or other users with similar set ups.

Accessories include power supply and eight batteries for each wireless microphone

Comes with Eight Wireless Tabletop Microphones

This unit comes with eight microphones which are great for large performances or events. Each microphone has its own volume dial on the base unit so you can balance the vocals as desired.

Balanced XLR Output for Professional Quality Sound

The PDWM8300 features a balanced XLR ouput, giving you the highest quality sound possible out of your connections. Balanced outputs give you less sound interference when using your cables so you can run them long and still get the clearest sound possible. The unit also features mixed ¼ output which lets you hook up all eight microphones to a single input on a mixer.

Use Your System All Over the World

This unit can be used in America, Europe, and other compatible countries since it features a switch that automatically changes between 110v-60hz and 240v-50hz.

Additional information

Weight 11 kg
Dimensions 23.2 × 8.5 × 13 cm
Product Dimensions

23.2 x 8.5 x 13 inches

Item Weight

11 pounds



Item model number



1 9V batteries required.

Date First Available

March 18, 2010



Country of Origin



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6 reviews for 8 Channel Wireless Microphone System – Portable VHF Cordless Audio Mic Set with 1/4″ and XLR Output, Dual Antenna, – Includes 8

  1. Bill McHenry

    Works . . . but…The microphone system arrived ahead of time, which allowed me to use it two times so far. Right out of the box, the 8 9 Volt batteries were not included despite a photo in the order info indicating they would be. All of the microphones turned on the first time I used them. The second time I set them up, one of the microphone’s ON button would not stay on, and now must be held to allow that one to be used. The application I intended this for is Zoom meetings, adult CE, and bible studies for my church. The system was not recognized by Zoom or my computer when connected directly by the 3/4 inch cord through a patch 3/4 inch female to 1/8 inch male cord into the headphone/microphone jack. I was able to get the system to work as I intended by running the mixer through a Sonus Studio 24C preamp. I suspected I would need to when I purchased it. All in all, it is functioning as advertised, and as someone else said, one less than fully functional microphone was not worth returning the whole system. I have also purchased enough rechargeable 9 Volts to have one in the mics, and one ready to go when needed along with a 10 port charging base. Considering the current prices of batteries, this was worth the investment.**UPDATE** The one mic which would not stay on began working correctly yesterday after I had to hold the button down for an extended period to talk during an Adult CE class!

  2. Izzy

    hey, for the money, you can’t really beat …hey, for the money, you can’t really beat these. All of my mics work. had to buy a jumper to plug it into our system, no big deal. Unwrapping it was time consuming, but impressive presentation. Used them for a town-hall style meeting so we didn’t have to pass the handheld microphones around. I will say I couldn’t get them to be loud unless the person basically ate their microphone (Update: brand new 9v batteries helped w this a LOT). I don’t have another mixer, so I can probably just adjust other microphones that run on the same system and mix everything louder. But, again, for the price…WOWWWWWW.***Update 4/25/2018 – These things STILL Rock!!! I use them every three weeks or so. Just be sure to change the batteries often or they seem to lose sensitivity or drop out. With the adapter I got for a regular mic system, I can even use it with a tailgating-style portable speaker for use in conference rooms w/ no sound (or OUTSIDE.) Amazing product for the price. I feel like a genius and remain office hero for finding this solution. Best Buy Yet!

  3. Christine

    Manufacturer not responsive I give this 2 stars because I have bought this unit in the past and it is a great unit. My deduction is due to the fact the second one I ordered was defective. One mic activated both channel 6 and channel 8. I reached out to the manufacturer regarding this and they said they’d get back to me. No response came so I contacted them again and another promise of a return call and still no response.Inside, there are POTs that I assume control the frequency for each channel and would’ve been happy to experiment without returning but with no motivation from the manufacturer to correct this issue, there is no motivation from me to experiment with their help.

  4. R. Villella

    Good mic set for small/medium conference/training roomWe use this set in a small training room for about 18 people max. The microphones are good quality and able to pick up voices clearly enough that they are shared with multiple people sitting at a table. Due to the acoustics in the room we do not leave all the mics on all the time but have the participants turn them on when they are speaking, then turn them off afterwards. The quality drops as the battery drains so we invested in rechargeable 9V batteries (purchased here on Amazon).Con: You can not daisy chain these units. All mics have different frequencies but of the two sets we ordered (at different times and from different vendors) they shared the same channels. If two mics were on using the same channel at the same time it caused a lot of interference. We had the same issue with the PDWM8900 (same control unit but with lavalier mics) in that the frequencies overlapped between the devices.

  5. Anthony Cotter

    Great for low-budget videoconferencingThis package of mixer and 8 wireless mic’s is perfect for my low-budget approach to the audio component of a videoconferencing setup for my business using Skype. Value for money couldn’t be better and I am very pleased with the audio quality coming out of the mixer.I am now contemplating buying a second package to use in the same building, but am wondering about cross-talk between two units. It all depends on whether the same wireless frequencies get re-used I guess. On the back of the receiver/mixer I have purchased and installed already, the Frequency label identifies the 8 configured channels to be at 174.8 MHz, 180.8 MHz, 190.1 MHz, 193.0 MHz, 200.6 MHz, 212.6 MHz, 214.2 MHz and 215.5 MHz.If I purchase another 8 mic unit, or even the similar PylePro 4 mic and 2 mic units, how can I arrange to avoid frequency clashes that will inevitably cause interference between units in the same proximity ?

  6. H. LUBERT

    Great buyThis is a great deal for the money. The antennas are a little on the frail – minimalist side compared to others I have seen but the unit performs well.

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