iSolo Choice Wireless Microphone – A Great Compact Solution for Sax Players

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I received an iSolo Choice wireless microphone system from Cloud Vocal, a company in Taiwan, specializing in instrument mics. I’ve been using it on several gigs this year and have found it to be a surprisingly good wireless saxophone mic.

Watch my video unboxing and review below.

What Comes In The Package

You get the wireless mic, and the receiver as well as all the cables necessary. There are also a few foam wind shields that work okay, but I have heard wind noise come through a few times (the wind was blowing quite hard to be fair).

The mic itself has a rechargeable battery that plugs into a mini USB cable. I find this to be very convenient. The battery life seems to be quite good. On a full charge I have played gigs with three 45 minute sets no problem. I haven’t had to do anything longer recently and rarely would anyway.

The main receiver’s power cable is also USB so you can plug it into any standard USB charger. Again this is super convenient.


I’ve tested the range on it and with the receiver set to “close” I’ve been able to go more than 10 meters away and still get a perfectly clear signal. It also has a far mode which will allow you to go even further away but with a loss in audio quality.


I have noticed that the mic needs a bit of EQing to get a satisfactory sound when playing through a large PA system. I recommend cutting some mid frequencies.

I’ve used the on-board hall reverb effect on every gig and it sounds good. I love having all the knobs for effects and EQ at my fingertips. Once you dial in your settings, they will be all set every time you plug it in.

Cloud Vocal iSolo Choice Wireless Saxophone mic

The Good

  • Nice case, small package
  • Clip is sturdy, simple to use
  • Nice selection of effects although I have only used the hall reverb on stage so far.
  • Input for music player that can be used for backing tracks
  • No interference encountered to date
  • No feedback issues to date (I have played several concerts with this already)

The Bad

  • Very short cables included (I found this not to be a problem in live situations since the unit can usually be placed very close to where it is being plugged in.)
  • When playing through larger PAs I found that we had to cut a lot of mid frequencies to get a natural saxophone sound.

Final Thoughts

Overall, the iSolo Choice wireless mic system by Cloud Vocal is a great compact solution for any type of amplified sax performance.

The best part is how quick and easy it is to set up and how little room it takes up in your bag. I think this is an ideal mic for any sax player who works with DJs. You’ve got great wireless signal, no feedback issues and quick setup.

If you’d like to pick one of these up, you can get an additional 5% discount and free shipping by ordering directly from the Cloud Vocal site using this link.

Enter the coupon code BETTERSAXSPECIAL2019.

If you’ve got an iSolo Choice mic already, leave a comment below and let us know your experience with it. If you have any questions about it, leave a comment and I’ll get back to you.

2 thoughts on “iSolo Choice Wireless Microphone – A Great Compact Solution for Sax Players”

  1. jose Vicente Castro

    Dear Jay
    I do not know your system (maybe it’s very new) but as a sound engineer, working gig every weekend and tried almost every mic out there, I still think the best is the Sennheiser EW100 G4 system. Extremely reliable, sound incredible accurate and player can go out to get a coffee at Starbuck and I will still have a good signal.
    Wireless sound can be extremely tricky, especially if you use Bluetooth system (do yourself a favor and never, ever use a Bluetooth microphone on a paid gig).
    But I will dig on this system. 😉

    1. Thanks for the input. I have no doubt that the Sennheiser system may deliver better quality audio and an interference free signal. What’s nice about this setup is that there is no preamp on your belt and no wire connected to the mic at all. The whole thing is a very small package, so for gigs where there is no engineer and a sax player wants to just plug something in that can fit in their sax case, this is a great solution.

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