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I want to live record recorder playing by virtue of wireless microphone attached to it. So it must be a small attachable wireless microphone.

I tried with a bluetooth headset device (configured to work and playback with my PC and ASIO in FL studio) and it is great except that it has lag. I don't know if the lag is caused by the fact it does a simple bluetooth connection or it also depends on the device. (If it depends on the device I shall just buy more expensive headset ?)

So what kind of microphone I must search for ? It must be small, attachable, wireless, connectable to PC, lagless and with decent quality (not some 8000 Hz mono-channeled phone quality).

closed as off-topic by Tim, Neil Meyer, Todd Wilcox, Shevliaskovic, Tim H Dec 27 '15 at 21:37

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  • Hello and welcome to Music.SE! You can click here to see our scope (what/what not to ask) and how to ask questions here. Unfortunately, question about what kind of product to buy for a certain task are usually considered off-topic. You could try sound.stackexchange.com, I think they allow product search questions. – Todd Wilcox Dec 27 '15 at 15:45
  • Bluetooth is laggy… however, there is no such thing as a lagless [latency-free is a better term] audio connection to a computer. – Tetsujin Dec 27 '15 at 18:46
  • Thanks for clarifying. I didn't know what term to use. @ToddWilcox Didn't know there is sound stackexchange, thanks. – Edenia Dec 27 '15 at 18:56
  • Well I can give you ways to accomplish this without giving exact products. For example, we just purchased a wireless lavalier condenser Mic. This then goes into a FireWire (usb would work) interface. Works just fine. – slightly drifting Dec 28 '15 at 2:28
  • A 'wireless mic' is designed for minimum latency. And, as you will have noticed by their ubiquitous use for vocals and other sources, they get near enough. A bluetooth system doesn't even try. I've seen a recorder miced very effectively with the sort of mic stage performers use taped to their cheekbone or on the hairline, taped to the back of the player's hand. – Laurence Payne Jul 7 '17 at 11:46