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Specially designed for quality sound production with 2 high quality handheld UHF Microphones with 200 meters range in each channel. The two microphones can work together at once with breaking. It’s a legendary performance gear. Good for Church, Hall, Public speech, etc.

wireless microphone, or cordless microphone, is a  without a physical cable connecting it directly to the sound recording or amplifying equipment with which it is associated. Also known as a radio microphone, it has a small, battery-powered  in the microphone body, which transmits the audio signal from the microphone by  to a nearby receiver unit, which recovers the audio. The other audio equipment is connected to the receiver unit by cable. In one type the transmitter is contained within the handheld microphone body. In another type the transmitter is contained within a separate unit called a “bodypack”, usually clipped to the user’s belt or concealed under his clothes. The bodypack is connected by wire to a “lavalier microphone” or “lav” (a small microphone clipped to the user’s lapel), a headset or earset microphone, or another wired microphone. Most bodypack designs also support a wired instrument connection (e.g., to a guitar). Wireless microphones are widely used in the , , and  to allow public speakers, interviewers, performers, and entertainers to move about freely while using a microphone without requiring a cable attached to the microphone.

Wireless microphones usually use the  or  frequency bands since they allow the transmitter to use a small unobtrusive antenna. Cheap units use a fixed frequency but most units allow a choice of several frequency channels, in case of  on a channel or to allow the use of multiple microphones at the same time.   is usually used, although some models use  to prevent unauthorized reception by scanner radio receivers; these operate in the 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz or 6 GHz ISM bands. Some models use  (two antennas) to prevent  from interrupting transmission as the performer moves around. A few low cost (or specialist) models use  light, although these require a direct line of sight between microphone and receiver.

Key features:

  1. JBL wireless microphone
  2. Distance between transmitter and receiver :>10mYes
  3. Polar patternCardioid
  4. Frequency response65 Hz-15kHz
  5. Signal-to-Noise(S/N) ratio:60 dBAYes
  6. UHF frequency band:470-960MHz(depends on SKU)(EU 657-662MHz)Yes
  7. THD:0.5%, typical
  8. Dynamic range:100 dB A-weighted, typically
  9. Transmitter transmitting power:<10 mW, typically
  10. Receiver input:1/4″(6.3 mm) unbalanced eyes
  11. Receiver maximum Output Level:-13dBV,typically
  12. Receiver rechargeable Battery: Lithium-ion Polymer 3.7WH(Equivalent

KShs 21,000

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