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Audio2000s 6032uf UHF Dual Channel Wireless Microphone with Two Headband Headset & Two Lapel (Lavalier) Mic
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- UHF Band 530MHz-695MHz
- Operation Range: 300ft Outdoor, 150ft Indoor
- Required to Operate with Microphone Input Sound System (Not Aux Input)
- 12V-18V DC Power Supply
- Two Independent XLR Balanced Outputs & One 1/4" Unbalanced Audio Output
|Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.|
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* Two Body-Pack Transmitter
* Two CM518 Elastic Headband Headset
* Two Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier (Lapel) Microphones
* One AWR6031 Receiver
* One 3' 1/4" to 1/4" Audio Cable
* Two 9V Battery (for Test only)
Top Customer Reviews
I originally ordered one of these sets for use and testing. They're not great, and I've got to do some balancing on our soundboard. But they're much more functional than what we had before. And, given the price, I'm not as reticent to let facilitators take a set to an off-site presentation.
For some facilitators, we've got to use the headset, as the lapel mike just doesn't pick up well enough. But the headset really improves quality. For other presenters who are naturally louder, it's not a problem.
I've since ordered another set of these, and an Audio2000s set of wireless handhelds. They should be adequate for our needs at our next big event.
Also, many of or portable speakers have only one XLR port. An XLR "Y" cable lets us run both mikes into one speaker, and then we balance out with the adjustments on the receiver with volume controlled at the speaker. A perfect and ideal solution? Nope. But it works well for our needs.
These aren't stellar microphones, but you get more than you'd think for the price.
Mic is really sensitive; so as little external noise as possible needed and sound should be adjusted through mixer or recording device. Best setting for me on audio has been Mid balance... range is nice with line of sight.
Saw complaints of interference -none yet for me.
Clips are easy to remove and windscreen seems to work fairly well.
Lavs are made of light plastic; so, dropping either on a hard surface should be highly discouraged.
So far, I like them... and they work as advertised.
Only problem was our narrator kept trying to just pull out the mic jack from the transmitter. Well, the mic jack is actually screwed down to the transmitter, which is a brilliant idea but not for someone used to using just a standard plug, so after a few days of yanking on the cord, she finally pulled them apart. Oh, and our sound guy forgot he had the receiver in the back pocket of his recon vest, sat down on the metro and broke off one of the antennas. Yet, after a quick replacement for the lavaliers and taping on the broken antenna, it just kept on working.
So it works well, and can take a beating, but not an extreme beat down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great for the price. audio quality leaves some to be desired. buy the Samson - well worth the price jump.Published 12 days ago by Daniel Martin
Wonderful mics for the price. The carrying case was unexpected....works out great for moving mics to gigs.Published 4 months ago by lindsey mitobe
Work great considering the price. Are a tad sensitive to movement whether the fabric of clothing or hair hitting the mic. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ian M Lazarus
Good Product! Been Using it for a year now with no major problems. Great Seller!Published 5 months ago by Jon Benson