Specifically designed for K-12 teachers, the Wireless Teacher Microphone delivers clear reception and speaker buzz reduction to ensure the best audio quality for teaching. A powerful built-in battery allows for all-day use. If you forgot to charge the microphone, a quick 10-minute charge can last for an entire class. This lightweight microphone can be worn with a lanyard or be clipped onto your clothing while its modest design suits well with your everyday fashion. The lanyard also has a breakaway connector for safety. The receiver is compatible with various types of in-class speaker system, and its long-range reception can easily cover a 40-student classroom. For installation, our plug-and-play design is easy to set up even for students. The Wireless Teacher Microphone is your ultimate teaching tool.
Voice of inspiration
Light, stylish and wearable, the AW313 Wireless Teacher Microphone is the ideal solution for your daily teaching. With 2.4 GHz wireless technology, noise and speaker buzz reduction, this hands-free system not only gives you total freedom to interact with students, it also delivers your natural voice in great clarity and stability.
Just teach, we'll do the rest
The microphone is able to maintain a constant 360° connection to the receiver eliminating signal loss and channel interferences. Unlike IR microphones' need for line-of-sight, or FM microphones' channel limitations, our 2.4 GHz microphone always stays connected for clear, stable audio no matter where you're facing.
Fits in perfectly
The plug-and-play wireless receiver simply connects into any speaker or audio system with a 3.5 mm mic or line-in input jack so you don't need to replace or add any other audio components. If your projector has a speaker, you can even turn that into your voice amplification system!
Protect your voice from strain
Speaking all day in your “teaching voice" can put undue strain on your voice, and can cause long term injury. Utilizing a microphone enables you to speak naturally where your students can still clearly hear you, reducing the potential for voice strain and vocal issues.