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Wireless Microphone System Pro UHF 4 Channel 4 Lavalier Bodypack

$111

Wireless Microphone System Pro UHF 4 Channel 4 Lavalier Bodypack

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Product description

 Wireless microphone  System 4 channel

4 bobypack 4 Lapel Mic 4 Headsets

3 year free warranty

 

Features:

4 Channel 4 bobypack 4 Lapel Mic 4 Headsets

Individual Volume Control on each Channel

One 1/4" Mixed and four XLR" Individual Outputs

Perfect operation status indicater

2 Telescoping Receiver Antennas

Broad frequency response range, super low distortion

Full metal design

Use 2*1.5V battery 

Specifications:

Overall System

Number of Channels:4 channels

Carrier frequency range:500MHz-580MHz

Stability:±0.006%

Normal deviation:±22kHz

S/N ratio:lt;120dB

T.H.D:lt;0.6%

Frequency response:50Hz-15kHz

Receiver 

Sensitivity:gt;80dB

Audio output:Balanced and Unbalanced

Power requirement:AC 16V,400mA

Dimensions:440×210×40mm

Weight(weight):Approx.1.3kg

 

Wireless Microphone 

Cartridge:Dynamic

Antenna:Built-in

RF output:lt;10mW

Normal deviation:±22kHz

Maximum deviation:±80kHz

Battery:1.5V battery

Battery life:gt;8 hours

Comes With 

4 x Lavalier Microphones

4 Lapel Mic 

4 Headsets

Base Transmitter

US 110-240v Power Adapter

1/4'' Male to 1/4'' Male Phone Jack Lead 

Wireless Microphone System Pro UHF 4 Channel 4 Lavalier Bodypack

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