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Samson AR300 AirLine Synth True-Diversity Wireless Receiver

Samson AR300 AirLine Synth True-Diversity Wireless Receiver

Samson AR300 AirLine Synth True-Diversity Wireless Receiver

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Samson AR300 AirLine Synth True-Diversity Wireless Receiver

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Product Highlights

  • 300 UHF Channels
  • Infrared Transmitter Channel Set
  • XLR and 1/4" Phone Connections
  • Back-lit LCD Display

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The Samson AR300 AirLine Synth True-Diversity Receiver is intended for use with Samson's AirLine Synth Series wireless microphone transmitters. True-Diversity technology protects against RF (Radio-Frequency) interference. Users can select between 300 UHF frequencies, and infrared wireless syncing between the transmitter and receiver is achieved at the touch of a button. Additional features include a back-lit LCD display XLR and 1/4" phone outputs, microphone and line-level operation, and simultaneous use of up to 11 systems.

AR300 UHF True-Diversity UHF Receiver

Frequency-agile synthesized receiver with over 300 channels
Automatic Channel Scan to select the clearest frequency
Infrared transmitter channel set
50mm x 20mm backlit LCD display
Metal half-rack chassis
Dual front-mounted removable TNC antennas
Squelch control
XLR and 1/4-inch balanced outputs
Mic or line level switch
11 simultaneous systems
Rackmount kit included
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Samson AR300 AirLine Synth True-Diversity Wireless Receiver
  • AR300 UHF True-Diversity Receiver
  • Power Supply
  • 2 x Antennas
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 15.0 x 11.1 x 3.1"

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