Hisonic HS8900 4 Channel UHF Wireless Microphone with 100 selective frequencies,a Professional 4-Channel UHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System with Selectable Frequencies


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Hisonic UHF Quad Wireless System provides you with proven performance and durability in a variety of settings, from churches to nightclubs to gymnasiums, from concert halls to broadcast booths and stadiums. Each HSU8900 Series UHF wireless microphone system includes one receiver and four handheld microphones/transmitters, each of which has 100 selectable channels so it’s much easier to avoid any unpleasant interference from other sources and for easy system expansion as well. This system has a total of 5 outputs, one of which is a mixed standard 1/4″ outputs, the other 4 are individual balanced XLR outputs.
Specifications:
UHF system, 807.00 – 829.60 MHz professional frequency PLL Synthesized System Long-range transmission, up to 300 feet Multiple frequency available for easy system expansion Rack-mountable
UHF 100-Channel Receiver: 1
Universal (100-240V) AC adapter: 1
UHF body-pack 100-Channel Transmitter: 4
Headset microphones: 4
Lapel microphone: 4
1/4″ – 1/4″ cable: 1
Receiver Antennae: 2
Rack Mounting kit: 1
User manual: 1
Details:
Frequency range UHF 807.00 – 829.60MHz
Frequency response 100 Hz – 15 KHz
Distortion < 0.5% Operating range > 200 feet Receiver Power Supply DC 12 – 15 V S/N ratio > 105 dB Sensitivity 12 dBuV Audio Output Connector Unbalanced 1/4″ X 1 balanced XLR X4 Power consumption 12 W Dimensions 16 1/2″ X 8′ X 1 3/4″ Weight 5 lb Body pack transmitter
Power Supply AA X 2
Modulation mode PLL
Maximum Modulation ± 25 KHz
Output power 30 mW
Battery Life 8 hours (typical) Weight 11 OzCompatible belt-pack transmitters with headset & lapel microphones available

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