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2-Channel UHF Wireless System with Handheld Transmitter

  • Frequency band: 823 - 832 MHz
  • Dynamic capsule
  • Directivity: Super-cardioid
  • Frequency range: 50 - 16,000 Hz
  • 10 Preprogrammed frequency groups, each with 10 channels
  • Auto squelch
  • Frequency scanning at the receiver
  • Adjustable AF out
  • 30 mW transmitter power
  • Infrared transmission setting from the receiver to the transmitter
  • Pilot tone
  • 80 kHz frequency grid
  • Modulation type F3E
  • LC-Display
  • 2x BNC connection for antennas
  • 2x XLR output
  • 1x Jack output (mono summed)
  • Operates on 12V 1A DC power supply (+ inside)
  • Dynamic hand-held transmitter with metal housing and LC display
  • Optional antenna converter: Art.177448 (not included)
  • Hand-held transmitter with 2 x AA batteries or rechargeable batteries
  • 9.5"/ 1U housing
  • Includes microphone holder, antennas, EU power supply unit, rack kit for mounting a receiver on 1U housing

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

Transmission technology analog
Channels Handheld Transmitter 2
Capsule Type Dynamic
Pattern Super Cardioid
Receiver Type Stationary
Frequency 823 MHz – 832 MHz
Output XLR
Charging System No
Integrated Battery No
available since August 2018
Item number 432864
Diversity 1
Receiver Width in mm 210 mm
Receiver Height in mm 44 mm
Receiver Depth in mm 200 mm
Frequency from 823 MHz
Frequency to 832 MHz
Receiver Weight in kg 0,9 kg
Transmitting Power in mW 30 mW
Selectable Frequencies 100
Switching Bandwidth in MHz 9 MHz
Frequency Display 1
Frequency Scan 1
Removable Antenna BNC
Battery Status Monitor 1
Rackkit Yes
Rackkit (Art. No.) On demand
Antenna Rackmount Kit 177448
Splitter 314056
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205 €
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In stock within 5-7 weeks
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Information on the supported frequency ranges

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Excellent value for money
Audio geek 16.02.2020
Bought this mainly because they operate in the duplex band which is not used that much in the UK and will compliment my other channel 38 systems where more channels are needed. At this price point it is hard to find a dual mic system with these features and build quality that also has a true diversity receiver. Two of these in a 1U space with a rack mount mixer makes for an extremely compact PA system that is perfect for the small wedding pre-dinner drinks singers I PA for a lot. You will need to get a 1U rack tray, some BNC cables and t-pieces to combine the two systems into one pair of antenna and avoid 4 twigs at the back of your rack but Thomann sell this stuff as well. Battery life is good, handling is better than average, they look and feel good in the hand and handling noise in no way bad although if you're recording it could become an issue. On the whole a very nice mic system indeed.
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Good product
DJ Ikass 24.08.2020
Bought these microphones for use in various small events - weddings etc. First example arrived with dead but Thomann quickly sent me new one.
I own also Shure BLX24/SM58, so can compare to it.

Pros: It does the job - signal is strong and so far no dropouts. Sound is ok for speech and even vocals but not as good as Shure.
Cons: Noticed on about 20m distance when signal comes in one can hear some digital noises. Battteries not last as long as no Shure BLX but copes with 1 event.
Also handling noise is more prominent.

Overall good product. Nowhere near the sound of Shure BLX/SM58 but ok for the price and you get 2 mics.
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Patxilee 19.09.2019
Aún a pesar de que he tenido que hacer uso de la garantía por un problema en el medidor de AF del receptor en ambos canales, estos micrófonos me parecen una opción válida para quien precise un micro inalambrico aceptable, para un uso esporádico. Son muy resistentes a la realimentación. Con respecto al alcance, los he probado a unos 25 metros de distancia, incluso con obstáculos en medio (un tabique y una puerta de cristal) y no han fallado. Son fáciles de configurar. El display del receptor proporciona información suficiente sobre frecuencia, uso de antena, AF y RF. Los micrófonos tienen también un display con información sobre la frecuencia y estado de las pilas. Puede ajustarse la potencia de emisión de cada micrófono independientemente, a 10, 20 ó 30 mW. Con esta última potencia y en la banda de 823Mhz se requiere una licencia de telecomunicaciones. Pero de 20 mW hacia abajo el uso es libre en España. Los micrófonos tienen una carcasa metálica y dan una impresión muy buena en la mano, aunque podrían producir algo menos de ruido de manipulación. Es preciso cuidar el ángulo de incidencia o utilizar un antipop. La pinza, siendo correcta podría ser más robusta. En general, un sistema Diversity por debajo de los 200 euros aceptable.

Tras recibir una nueva unidad al hacer uso de la garantía debo decir que he tenido que cambiar de opinión. Los recién llegados producen cierto ruido de fondo, especialmente uno de los canales, que puede camuflarse jugando con el control de volúmen y la ganancia de la mesa. Colorean bastante en graves y les falta definición en medios, donde dan la sensación de saturarse ligeramente. Para situaciones donde no sea precisa una calidad extraordinaria de sonido siguen pareciéndome razonables.
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