The 673 to 697.975 MHz Pyle Pro PDWM3400 UHF Wireless Microphone System with Two Bodypacks, Two Headset Microphones, and Two Lavalier Microphones (673 to 697.975 MHz) is designed for recording and live sound reinforcement applications such as for concerts, theater, fitness classes, public speaking, and more. The system consists of a UHF wireless receiver that utilizes the phase lock loop-synthesized control technique to offer two simultaneous audio channels on eight selectable UHF transmission channels between 673 and 697.975 MHz. Two foldable and adjustable antennas help provide a reception range of 164'. Multiple systems can be used in the same area on different channels without interference.
The front panel of the receiver features a power button, and channel selector buttons for audio channels A and B, as well as radio frequency and audio level indicator lights. The back of the panel features volume control knobs for channels A and B, as well as a balanced XLR output connector and an unbalanced 1/4" phone output connector.
The system comes with two bodypack transmitters with channel selector controls and displays, as well as a low battery warning indicator light. Each transmitter is powered by two AA batteries. For capturing vocals, the system also includes two hands-free headset microphones and two lavalier microphones with built-in clothing clips.
- Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) Transmission
- Provides a larger transmission range than VHF systems
- Front-Panel Control
- Provides adjustable volume control, RF indicator, AF indicator, power indicator, power switch, and channel frequency display
- PLL Synthesis
- Provides eight selectable UHF channels
- RF Signal Indicator LED
- Illuminates when the receiver is receiving a radio signal from the transmitter(s)
- AF Signal Indicator LED
- Illuminates when the system is receiving an audio signal
- Low Battery Warning
- Illuminates red when one hour of battery life remains
- Output Jacks
- Features unbalanced 1/4" phone plug and balanced XLR output connectors for connection to a range of external devices
- Multiple System Use
- Enables simultaneous use of multiple UHF systems on different frequency bandwidths