Budget wireless units for IEMs?

Emp_FabEmp_Fab Frets: 12714
I'm getting pissed off with constantly standing on my wired IEM cable and pulling the plug out and getting tangled up with other leads.  Can anyone recommend a cheap-ish UHF wireless unit & belt pack I can get please ?

Our bassist uses a 'Takstar WPM-200' which I haven't tried yet. They go for under a ton.  Thomann do their own 75 model for just over.

Any suggestions? - or even ways to stop me tripping over the wires would help!

Ta.
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  • deloreandelorean Frets: 47
    My own experience of budget IEMs wasn't great. 

    When I started out with IEMs, I tried 2 cheap sets which both worked - to a point.  The audio quality on each was shocking though, and easily distorted, even when using better headphones.  The signal would often drop out too, and on occasion would pick up interference and external radio signals

    In the end I picked up a Shure PSM wireless IEM system (I started with the cheapest one - the PSM200) and never looked back.  I've now owned a number of different Shure IEM systems over the years and they have all been great in terms of audio quality and signal/reliability.
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