Nux B-3 Plus Wireless Microphone Connections Overview:
B-3 PLUS uses our newest 2.4GHz wireless algorithm to your XLR dynamic microphone. Plug TX to your mic, RX to PA system, and you are good to play. The auto paired with 6 channels scanning can avoid Wi-Fi interference and make it simple to use! Plug it, turn it on, B-3 PLUS makes it easy to everyone to embrace great wireless microphone sound
Buskers, singers, or speakers who use the microphone to communicate with audiences, wireless offers you the freedom of unrestricted movement. No wires at all and no costly batteries required as it is fully rechargeable. With the B-3 PLUS, you won't go wrong for the revolution of wireless experience. You'll never want to go back to the mic cable again.
The distance range limit is 100-feet outdoor and the latency is less than 3.5ms. Hi-Resolution audio quality: 24-bit / 44.1 kHz. The distance range is quite enough for any kind of place, you can walk 60 feet away from the receiver and the signal will flow with no latency or a break. That's the recommended range of use. Long lasting built-in battery simply can be charged with USB cable which is included the package.
How to operate?
Connect the TX to microphone and connect the RX to a device you want to connect the microphone (amplifier, speaker, mixer, camera or mobile phone).
If you are using B3 PLUS to connect to a camera or a mobile phone, please use the converter cables.
Turn on the TX and the RX
The auto pairing with channel selection will detect the current Wi-Fi environment and choose the best channel to operate.
B-3 MA Mobile Phone Accessory
B-3 MA could help to use your B-3 PLUS wireless system with any mobile phone. Simply you can use for video blogging or live streaming via mobile phones.
The package offers phone holder with cold shoe and 3.5mm TRS to TRRS adaptor cable to fit most mobile phones. (CTIA stander, like iOS and Samsung devices.)
- Sound Quality: 24-bit / 44.1 kHz Hi-Resolution Sound Quality
- Auto Pairing & Channel Selection: 6 Channel Groups with Auto Pairing & Channel Selection
- Low Latency: < 3.5 ms
- Range: < 100 feet line-0-site Outdoors
- Dynamic Range: 110db
- Operating Band: 2.4GHz ISM Worldwide
- THD + Noise: < 0.02% (1KHz@-10dbFS)
- Battery Life: 7 hrs
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(3.5 STAR RATING)
So for a long time, I've been trying my best to keep my home recording setup less cluttered with more wireless options. My first attempt with that was the NUX Wireless guitar cable adaptor (BR5C) ......it did its job well as most of the time I was connecting the guitar to my audio interface and adding effects through the virtual amps etc. I had a great time with it.
This led to me to having expectations of a wireless mic setup. Enter the NUX B3. I was really kicked about this and waited almost a year to have it appear on bajaao.com.
Now here's the plot twist: I've been using an external device for real-time vocal fx -> The Korg KP3 .....the first thing that didn't work out was that the NUX inputs and output are XLR while the KP3 only accepts TRS (guitar cable style) inputs) .....NUX B3 did provide a bridge adapter which converts XLR to TRS/3.5mm.....but the resulting quality (when connected to the KP3) was very very bad...so much hum and other disturbance.....i got better results when i connected it directly to an XLR input on my interface without FX......another thing i was warned about on several forums is to nor operate it near a wifi router owing to the clashing 2.4 GHZ frequency.
so all in all....it does serve its utility of wireless audio/vocal capabilities over a considerable distance (Clean unprocessed signa).......the real-time vocal fx quality is something i don't have sweet things to say about just yet......may be in the near future I'd consider purchasing a dedicated vocal fx processor from TC Helicon and see if it has an XLR input and test it.....and then if the vocals work out well(with fx output) , ill update this review. *Fingers Crossed* that I'd upgrade my rating soon
Summary: You just want a replacement for a long cluttered mic cable, this does a great job. Its definitely a value add for your home studio and if you're a DIY musician who plays in small gigs etc. this is definitely a handy tool