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Audio-Technica PRO 88W-R35 Wireless Lavalier System with ATR3350mW Omnidirectional Microphone
- Provides freedom of movement for video production, computer applications and business presentations
- Two switchable frequencies for interference-free operation
- High-band VHF operation for superior sound
- Normal operating range 100'; up to 300' under optimum conditions
- Durable, flexible antenna can be positioned for best reception
- Real-time monitoring capability with included earphone
- Rugged design and construction with handsome non-reflective finish
|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. Please note that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a transition away from wireless microphones that operate in the 600MHz band. Users must cease operating wireless microphones in the 617-652 MHz and 663-698 MHz frequencies no later than July 13, 2020, and possibly sooner if operations could case harmful interference. For more information, visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/wireless-microphones-guide or call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC).|
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Audio-Technica's PRO 88W VHF wireless microphone systems are designed for camcorder and other applications requiring a small, easily portable wireless. Equipped with a flexible detachable antenna and a choice of two transmitter and receiver frequencies on each system, the small and inconspicuous VHF wireless system will mount on the light shoe of camcorders or on the back of a camera itself with a Velcro attachment. For fixed installations, a 9V DC input is available on the receiver. Eight VHF channels are available for interference-free operation in virtually any location.
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There will always be people who cry and complain when they don't get $1000 performance out of a $100 product. Don't listen to them. They're dumb. You get what you pay for and occasionally, if you're lucky, a little more...this is one of those cases.
I like it so much in fact that I'm buying another one.
The Pro-88W is not built like a tank, and it's not as robust in terms of clarity and signal strength as a $500+ UHF-band wireless system, but I would rate it as the best VHF system, and arguably the best wireless mic system for under $300.
** Audio Quality **
The Pro-88W/R sounds great, especially within 35-40' from the receiver. Past that distance, you can usually start hearing a little interference, depending on your environment. If you're relatively close to the camera, you can expect to get as good quality audio as you would get from most wired mics in the same price range.
The included lavaliere is decent enough, but you can toss it and use any other 1/8" jack lavaliere. I sometimes use my Audio-Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Microphone with the Pro-88W.
** Build Quality **
The Pro-88W/R feels pretty solid. The transmitter and receiver are each a little bigger than a box of playing cards, and are relatively thick compared to pricier bodypacks. However, they're built well out of a scratch and smudge-resistant plastic, and all the connections (especially the screw-on antenna) feel sturdy.
** Recommendation **
This microphone works great with any audio equipment with either mic or line-input, including smartphones and cameras like the iPhone 5, iPhone 4/4s, Nikon D800, Nikon D7000, Canon 5D mark III, Canon 7D, etc., and many consumer and prosumer video cameras.
This is a great wireless microphone system. I think this mic system is the best value in a wireless mic for under $200, and it includes everything you need, and all the right connections, for recording decent sound in situations where you need a lavaliere mic.
At first I thought the mic supplied with the set was too weak to get good signal from, so I bought mics that supplied their own phantom power. This didn't fix my problem, so I began trouble shooting with a mentor and we figured out that the the signal produced by this Lav system is unbalance and the recorder's inputs were balanced. I had to make a special wire that converted unbalanced signal into balanced signal.
This is not a negative against product, I just wanted to let people know that this system is designed for a lower to medium quality recorder so if you are using a higher end recorder you may run into problems. Its an easy fix, but if you don't understand the intricacies of sound equipment (like I did), you can easily be fooled into thinking you bought a hunk of junk.
Other than this issue, the Pro 88w is a great starter lavalier system with decent range and good quality signal, especially for the price.
Its TVHF with 2 channels to choose from, the first I tried picked up minor interference, so I switched over to the 2nd channel and all was well. My indoor tests were leaving the camera/receiver on a table in my living room and walking into bedrooms and a bathroom, actually closing the doors, talking constantly and I could not tell the difference when I played the tape back from anyplace I had stood, regardless of the distance. Top quality sound. I also walked onto a balcony where I get heavy freeway traffic noise and of course it picked up the traffic but my voice had predominance!
The included hot shoe clamp slides easily onto the hotshoe of my camera, & the coiled wire from mic input to receiver does not get in the way of anything. The adjustable antennae is a plus because its rubber and can't break or bend like a regular telescopic one. Lastly the mic...the ATR_35. It's the same I have in wired version so I had a built in trust that it would sound just as good. And I mean TV commercial quality sound!
This wireless system is a must if your subject will be moving, like walking in a home showcasing real estate, or maybe outdoor recreations. Wired Mic's are for interviews only!