GTD Audio G-787HL UHF Diversity Wireless Microphone Lapel Lavaliere Mic

GTD Audio G-787HL UHF Diversity Wireless Microphone Lapel Lavaliere Mic

  • True diversity operation for increased range/reliability, reducing dropouts
  • 800 Selectable frequencies on each channel, Up to 15 Receivers & 60 transmitters can be work at same time
  • Automatic transmitter setup, the channel of the transmitter and receiver can easily synchronize
  • Automatic frequency scanning to find and set the best available channel
  • Range: Up to 450 feet ( 150 meters ). Frequency: UHF 550MHz – 590MHz

The GTD-Audio’s G-787HL wireless microphone system delivers superior sound quality and professional features. It is designed for a wide range professional application with 4×800 selectable frequency channels, automatic frequency scanning, true diversity operation, Tone Lock squelch circuit, automatic transmitter setup. It’s the perfect for professional use at any events. up to 15 receivers and 60 transmitters can work together in the same place without interfering with each other.

List Price: $ 999.00


3 thoughts on “GTD Audio G-787HL UHF Diversity Wireless Microphone Lapel Lavaliere Mic”

  1. 33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Stop thinking about it and buy it. Professional Unit, great value, Exceed expectations., July 15, 2014
    Robert Mech (Poplar Grove, IL) –

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    So far this unit has not disappointed. I will update this review after I use this at my next event.

    Sound quality is excellent. No static within 60′, I will try some longer distances. I had seen some YouTube reviews that mentioned the mute button could be pressed accidentally. This unit does NOT have this problem. The unit has the mute button recessed. The mic sync is very easy to operate. The microphone picks up a good amount of sound. Top down on the mic is best for the microphone. The lapels will easily pick up your voice. The headset works perfectly too. The mics and lapels are plastic which is my only real complaint about them. The rack mount unit (once you attach the L brackets) works great and secures the unit. The unit itself is metal.

    I wanted to have a 4 mic setup so I had plenty of microphones for weddings and other events. Given how well this unit performed I will certainly pick up the 2 mic unit as a secondary unit for ceremonies or multiple location gigs.

    I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another one of these. The shipping from the seller was super fast as well. Very responsive.

    **Update after first gig**

    Unit performed flawlessly. Mics while plastic have a nice feel to them, was complimented on the nice mic setup.


    This unit has continued to exceed all expectations. It has been used in Club’s, Homes, Outdoor Parks, Banquet Halls, Hotels and not once was there interference or poor quality. I have had nothing but compliments on it and it never lets me down. Stop thinking about it and buy it, you wont find a better value for the dollar.

  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing mic set for the price… really good mic set at any price., October 2, 2017

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    First impressions are amazing. The pairing process is extremely simple and requires almost no effort, it is just a simple IR transmission and you’re good to go. The handheld mics feel quite nice in your hand, and have amazing feedback prevention. I mean seriously, I had a mic intentionally right in front of a speaker (no more than 2 inches away) to try and see where the limit was… and you could hear it start to do that feedback squeal, but then cancel it out. It was awesome. The sound is awesome, and the wireless range is extremely good (I was at least 200 feet away, through multiple walls) and could still hear myself through the speaker as I talked into the mic.

    The pack and headset mic combo is pretty great too… definitely just for speaking work though… I wouldn’t want to sing into it as the sound is just a little “tin-y”… but the handhelds? I’d let someone sing into those for a live performance and be pretty happy with the results. That said though… these things really excel as solid panel mics. Walk around, let the audience interact… and have very little fear of the feedback monster coming to get you!!

    However, not everything is roses… (but pretty close!)
    1. I wish the gain controls were more accessible. As it sits, for my portable set up I like to try and use the mix ports (instead of taking up 4 XLR spots) and level them off on the receiver. This system makes it much harder to do that. However if all you’re using are the handhelds then there really very little handling noise and the feedback problem is a mostly non-issue.
    2. The lapel mic is WAY too prone to feedback. Once I turn on the -10db switch and all that it is either too low to hear well, or is loud enough, but is always teetering on the edge of deafening everyone in the room with feedback. Why can’t they get the same feedback cancellation on the handhelds to work on these?

    That said, WELL WORTH THE MONEY… and I will be using these things whenever the opportunity presents itself.

    It is the 80/20 rule… this system gives you 80% of the value for 20% of the cost… if you really want to pay 5x the price to make up that last 20% of feature set then that is on you. 🙂

  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A very nice, reasonably-priced system, November 3, 2017

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    I bought this system for my church about five months ago, to replace an aging wireless mic system. In short, this system has worked out very well.

    Our sound booth is in the back of the house, about 100′ from the stage. The receiving unit is mounted in a rack, in a metal rack cabinet. I was worried that we’d have to put the antennas on extension cables to get them outside of the cabinet, but they’ve worked perfectly from inside the cabinet.

    The handheld mics are rather resistant to feedback, are of good audio quality, do not have a problem with handling noise, and have worked fine so far. These are the ones we use all the time.

    The lavaliere mics are more delicate, and with the first use of one of them we’ve had a clip break off — although this was from a musician who was clipping it to his violin, and he might have tried to stretch the jaws too far.

    The sound has been clear, with no interference or dropouts. The battery life has been good. And it’s great to, from the sound booth, be able to see the battery and signal levels of each mic displayed on the receiver’s front panel. This has been really helpful.

    I also like that you can buy replacement mics and parts, at reasonable prices, from the manufacturer’s website. I can far better afford to buy the occasional replacement mic or lavaliere mic clip than I can afford a “professional” wireless mic system from one of the big names. And we make relatively gentle and careful use of these mics. They don’t get rough handling like they would touring with a rock band or at a commercial venue. So that the handheld mics have plastic, rather than metal housings, is not an issue for us.

    The system can be tuned over a wide range of frequencies. This is useful if you have competing or interfering signal sources nearby. We have not had any trouble. But apparently the FCC is planning/considering making it illegal to use wireless microphones on some of those frequencies a few years from now. I’m hoping that if that happens the regulations will allow us to keep using this system and simply tune it to one of the still-legal frequency ranges. We’lll see. In the meantime, it’s nice to have a reliable system that works well.

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