the t.bone freeU Twin PT 823

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2-Channel UHF Wireless System

  • Includes a pocket transmitter with a guitar cable for applications with instruments
  • Frequency band: 823 - 832 MHz
  • Frequency range: 60 - 17,000 Hz
  • 10 Pre-programmed frequency groups with 10 available channels each
  • Auto squelch
  • Frequency scan in the receiver
  • Adjustable AF output
  • Transmission power: 30 mW
  • Infrared transfer of the settings from the receiver to the transmitter
  • Pilot tone
  • Increments of 80 kHz
  • Modulation type: F3E
  • LCD display
  • 2 BNC connectors for antennas
  • 2 XLR outputs and 1 jack output
  • Operates with a 12 V, 1 A DC power supply (positive polarity (+) inside)
  • Transmitter housing: Plastic
  • LCD display
  • Operates with 2 AA batteries or rechargeable batteries
  • Housing: 9.5", 1 U
  • Includes guitar cables, antennas, EU power supply and rack kit for the installation of a 1 U receiver

Note: In this frequency band a maximum of up to 2 systems (a total of 4 channels) can be operated simultaneously.

Guitar Channels 2
Transmission Format Analog
Frequency 823 MHz – 832 MHz
Transmitter Type Pocket Transmitter
Receiver Type Stationary
Mountable Antenna BNC
Charging System No
Internal Battery No
available since August 2018
Item number 432869
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Diversity 1
Frequency from 823 MHz
Frequency to 832 MHz
Transmission Power in mW 30 mW
Usable Frequencies 100
Switching bandwidth in MHz 9 MHz
Frequency Display 1
Automatic Frequency Search 1
Battery Status Display 1
Transmitter with Accu No
Output XLR
Receiver Width in mm 210 mm
Receiver Height in mm 44 mm
Receiver Depth in mm 200 mm
Rackkit Yes
Receiver Weight in kg 0,9 kg
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Information on the supported frequency ranges

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Quite an awful experience
Andypoo 09.06.2020
I bought two of these units along with an antenna splitter to build out a 4-wireless channel system for a school.

On paper, they look great. Wide frequency range support, configurability, etc.

Once I got them in hand, the problems started to become clear. The units are extremely plasticcy. Right down to the clip. I doubt they would last very long in any shared-use environment. Also, the transmitters have a power button and then a large, external volume knob. Which doesn't feel great and would be easily knocked. (I don't like anybody changing their gain like this - this was bad research on my part - as it should have been obvious from the pictures).

But things only got worse when I started to set them up. I used by usual method of spacing out the wireless frequencies (which was an odd experience, as this set has groups and channels, but both groups and channels simply are small increments of the frequency range. I couldn't find any further information if this grouping was due to frequency reflections or also why only 4 systems are recommended in the range. This led me to write to Thomann who reassured me that I could just stack the units one or two frequency ranges apart (which seems very strange that they would only recommend 4 systems in such a wide frequency range).

Nevertheless, I persisted however it became immediately obvious that different transmitters, even in totally different frequency ranges, would start to interfere with one another when they were near to one another.

Sometimes I even managed to get clear signals on unrelated frequencies when the units were too close together.

I eventually managed to find some frequencies that seemed to work and spaced the units apart. Then I went to take them to our venue. In our initial day of testing, we had drop-outs and frequency hazing, volume level issues, etc for an hour before we had to abandon the units.

Switched back to one of my personal Samson Concert 88 units with the same headset, and it was working fine - no dropouts, volume level stuttering, or other issues.

Have requested the units to be returned. I really hate to have to return anything, but I really just can't use these units for anything and can't recommend them to anybody. Unfortunate, as they look great on paper.
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Good value wireless mic bodypacks and receiver
FintryChurch 27.05.2019
We use these in church. They give good quality sound for the price, and we appreciate the space saved by having 2x mics but only one receiver. Very easy to setup.
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Para algo sin muchas pretensiones
ruben1701 05.01.2020
Si buscas calidad de sonido no es lo suyo. Yo lo uso para teatro de calle en espectáculos pequeños que no necesito calidad de sonido, porque el equipo es pequeño y tampoco se va a notar. Pero para algo así es válido, no para cantar porque ya no recogerá matices (también depende del micro, pero he notado que uno de los canales suena peor que el otro. Algo muy práctico es que si los conectas con un cable Jack salen los dos micros por un canal de la mesa (esto ha ce que no puedas ecualizar los dos, eso hay que tenerlo en cuenta, y así se agranda el problema de que uno suene peor que el otro)
Yo creo que el uso es para voz hablada para aforos pequeños. Las petacas no tienen una fabricación que de seguridad, mucho plástico y la pinza no es muy buena, yo los meto en un bolsito porque no me fío.
En resumen, para algo sencillo y sin pretensiones. Yo los tengo como micros de reserva.
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Besviken!
pelle8612 07.03.2019
Köpte denna produkt och för det första var den inte helt solklar att rackmontera. Gummifötterna var tvungen att plockas bort och gick lätt sönder. Förstod aldrig hur dom tänkte att antennerna skulle monteras i rackvinkeln. Visst, det finns färdiga hål men jag fick köpa en BNC hona-hona och hitta på en egen variant för att få det å sitta ordentligt. Kanske jag missade att det krävs något mer (special BCN kontakt?) som ska då passa i hålet.
Men döm om min besvikelse när jag testar mina elguror (både aktiva och passiva mickar) och det hörs ett rejält "poff" i P:A?t när jag byter mickar med switchen. Enligt Thomann är denna produkt inte avsedd för detta vilket låter riktigt konstigt för mig. Står ingenstans i produktbeskrivningen. Den tappade också helt signal om man spelar mjukt på guran. Men jag menar...en ballad...ska man tvingas att spela aggressivt och dessutom absolut INTE switcha mellan mickarna. Nä - denna produkt åkte raka vägen tillbaka. Funkar säkert bra med andra instrument men i ett rockband var den helt förkastlig. Thomann rekommenderade "the t.bone free solo Twin PT 823 MHz" istället som kostar 1000 lappen mer. Får se om jag vågar mig på denna!
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