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Audix RAD360 Lavalier Wireless Microphone System (Channel B / 638MHz - 662MHz)

Audix RAD360 Lavalier Wireless Microphone System (Channel B / 638MHz - 662MHz)

Audix RAD360 Lavalier Wireless Microphone System (Channel B / 638MHz - 662MHz)

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Audix RAD360 Lavalier Wireless Microphone System (Channel B / 638MHz - 662MHz)

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Overview
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The Audix RAD360 is a UHF wireless microphone system designed to deliver professional results at a cost effective price point. The system consists of the RAD360-R UHF diversity receiver and RAD360-BP body-pack transmitter and ADX5 low profile lavalier microphone.

The RAD360-R receiver is a UHF frequency agile unit that features diversity reception and over 193 user selectable frequencies. The diversity reception incorporates twin receiver circuits for optimum results with minimal drop out and radio frequency (RF) interference. The rear of the unit reveals balanced and unbalanced outputs for complete compatibility. A comprehensive LCD display provides channel and frequency information and more.

The RAD360-BP body-pack transmitter is lightweight and features the ADX5, low profile lavalier microphone with this system. Its size and sensitivity response is more than suitable for interviews, video dialog, presentations, choir and theatrical applications and more. The omni-directional polar pattern provides a generous pick up area at the direct and off-axis sections of the capsule. The result is a uniform signal character regardless of microphone positioning. The tailored frequency response minimizes low frequency noise while maximizing the intelligibility of vocals.

Frequency Agile
The RAD360 system features up to 193 selectable UHF frequencies.
Diversity Reception
Diversity reception utilizes twin receiver circuits for maximum reliability and minimal drop out.
Easy Set Up and Control
Soft-key controls and menu driven display enables quick set up and control over parameters.
In the Box
Audix RAD360 Lavalier Wireless Microphone System (Channel B / 638MHz - 662MHz)
  • RAD360-R Receiver
  • RAD360-BP Body-Pack Transmitter
  • ADX5 Lavalier Microphone
  • 2 x ANT-1 3/4 Wave Antenna
  • Zippered Carrying Case
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    System
    Type of System UHF Diversity Belt-Pack
    RF Carrier Frequency Range B / 638MHz - 662MHz
    Approx. Working Range 200' Minimum
    Overall Frequency Response 20Hz to 20kHz
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio 95dB @ 10kHz Deviation (IEC-weighted)
    # Of Channels 193
    # Of Simultaneous Systems Not specified by manufacturer
    Receiver
    Type of Receiver RAD360-R Diversity
    Type of Outputs Balanced 3-pin XLR
    Unbalanced 1/4" Phone
    Headphone Monitoring No
    Power Requirements 120VAC 60Hz; 12-18VDC, 350 mA, with external power supply
    Battery Type/Approx. Life None
    Display LCD
    Mounting Options Optional RM1 and RM2 single and dual rackmount kits
    Antenna Type 3/4 Wave whip antenna
    Dimensions 8.35 x 1.1 x 6.5" (212 x 38 x 165mm) (WxHxD)
    Weight 2.32 lbs (1050g)
    Transmitter
    Type of Transmitter RAD360-BP Body-Pack Transmitter
    Type of Input Connector 3 pin mini-XLR
    Type of Microphone ADX5
    Polar Pattern Omnidirectional
    Interchangeable Mic Heads No
    Battery Type/Approx. Life 2-AA 1.5V
    Mute Switch 3-Position Switch On/Mute/Off
    Level Control Input Level Adjust
    Antenna Type Internal
    Display None
    Dimensions 2.8 x 4 x 1" (71.3 x 104 x 27mm) (W x L x D)
    Weight 7.5 oz (212g)

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