M2 & M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Systems

Audio-Technica's feature-rich M2 and M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Systems provide comfortable, crystal-clear sound on stage. Both systems are equipped with Audio-Technicaís Personal Mix Control, offering independent control of volume and mix at the receiver.


Audio-Technicaís innovative M2 and M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Systems provide richly detailed high-fidelity sound on stage. Now offered with new headphone and ambient microphone accessories, both stereo IEM systems feature Personal Mix Control that allows volume and mix control of two independent signals at the receiver. The clean, articulate mix allows performers to hear themselves at a comfortable volume.

  • Crystal-clear audio

  • Hear yourself clearly on stage

  • Personal Mix Control

  • Control what you hear as you perform

  • Avoid feedback

  • Get cleaner, more articulate house sound

  • Travel light

  • Never carry a heavy monitor system again

Why choose in-ear monitors?
Hear what you want. When you want. How you want.
Clarity is first among the many reasons to make the switch from traditional floor monitors to wireless in-ear monitor systems for live performance. Many musicians find that traditional floor monitors are not giving them the articulate sound they need; they either canít hear themselves clearly, or canít hear themselves at all when stage volume is loud. As a result, they may experience voice strain from singing at unsustainable levels in an attempt to be heard above the on-stage noise level.

Another sound issue often plays into the decision to switch to in-ear monitors: as traditional floor wedges contribute to rising noise levels on stage, many performers are troubled by feedback, and by an overall audience mix that is muddied by stage spill from the floor monitors.

Often, artists choose in-ear monitors because they want to control what they hear on stage, creating a personal mix thatís tailored for their best performance. Others turn to in-ear monitors to help control and limit exposure to high sound pressure levels for hearing conservation. Some are simply tired of lugging heavy and cumbersome monitor equipment to each gig.

Read more about the M2 and M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor systems.