Saramonic UWMIC10 96-Ch Digital UHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone System (RX10+TX10)

$ 499.00   $ 269.95
RX10+TX10
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Product Details


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The Saramonic UWMIC10 UHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone System provides stable, interference free audio in portable, compact and low cost package. This system is a perfect fit for DSLR videography, field recording and interviews, broadcast TV, ENG, providing dependable audio broadcasting and recording.

The RX10+TX10 configuration includes a camera-mountable wireless receiver, wireless body-pack transmitter and clip-on lavalier mic.

Receiver
The Saramonic UwMic10-RX10 is a camera-mountable integrated wireless receiver. It features a wide switching RF bandwidth, an easy-to-read LCD display and infrared synchronization between transmitter and receiver.

Equipped with an auto-scan function, the RX10 can automatically search for an available transmission frequency. The headphone jack enables real-time monitoring or the receiver via headphones, especially useful for cameras that lack a monitor output.

Bodypack Transmitter (x1)
This compact transmitter employs a crystal-controlled PLL synthesizer. It is equipped with a muting function and a BMP-type mic input. The RF power output can be switched among high, middle and low.

Specifications:
Channels: 96
Groups: A and B
Oscillator type: PLL synthesizer
Output: 3.5mm mini jack
Antenna: 1/4 wire antenna
Audio output level: -60 dBV
Headphone output level: 30mW (16 ohm)
Frequency Range: 614 MHz - 696 MHz
Sensitivity: -95 dBm
Signal to noise ratio: 70 dB or more
Voice delay: 12 ms
Reference deviation: +/- 5 kHz
Frequency response: 40 Hz to 18 kHz (+/- 3dB)
Distortion: 0.5% or less
Spur suppression: -60 dB
Weight: 218.7g (w/out batteries)
Battery: 2 AA size batteries
Dimensions: 170.9 x 63.5 x 30.0 mm

Features

  • Includes Bodypack Transmitter with Lav Mic and Portable Receiver
  • UHF Frequency Range: 614 MHz - 696 MHz; 96 selectable channels in 2 groups
  • Operating Range: Over 330-feet (100m) in open areas or 200-feet (60m) with obstacles

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