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Samson UM1 Portable Handheld Wireless Microphone System (Frequency N6- 645.750 MHz)

B&H # SAU77HHN6 MFR # SW87SHQ7-N6
Samson UM1 Portable Handheld Wireless Microphone System (Frequency N6- 645.750 MHz)

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Product Highlights

  • HT7 Handheld Transmitter
  • Q7 Dynamic Capsule
  • UM1 UHF Camera Mount Receiver
  • 9V Battery Operation
  • Mini-XLR Output
  • Frequency N6- 645.750 MHz
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The Samson Micro / AirLine UM1 Handheld Wireless Microphone System features the HT7 handheld transmitter with Q7 dynamic microphone capsule, and UM1 portable true-diversity UHF receiver. The system is an ideal solution for all sorts of video professionals.

The durable HT7 transmitter will capture subtle nuances with accuracy and detail, while operating on a single 9V battery. The portable, camera-mountable UM1 receiver also operates on a 9V battery and features a mini-XLR output connector, diversity reception, headphone output with level control, specially tuned antennas, and a DC input for power with an external power supply (not included).

Super-compact 9V battery-operated Micro-Receiver (2.63" wide x 4.21" high x 0.91" deep)
Unbalanced output with level switch
DC input for external powering
Variable Squelch control and Power switch (internal)
Available in handheld, lavalier and headset systems with a wide range of Samson and other mic elements
Locking balanced mini-XLR output with level switch
Supplied XLR to mini-XLR cable
Headphone output with level control
Specially tuned, molded antennas
Special carry case included
RF Frequency Range Frequency N6- 645.750 MHz
Samson UM1 Portable Handheld Wireless Microphone System (Frequency N6- 645.750 MHz)
  • UM1 UHF Diversity Receiver
  • HT7 Handheld Transmitter with Q7 Capsule
  • XLR to mini-XLR cable
  • Carrying Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Batteries & Power

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    Always keep spare batteries handy and you won't get caught without power.

    Duracell - 9V Alkaline Battery (Coppertop)
    • You Pay: $3.69
     
    Watson - 9V Rechargeable NiMH Battery (250mAh)
    • You Pay: $7.95
     

    Cables

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    Add more interconnectivity options for your equipment.

    Pearstone - Stereo Mini Male to Stereo Mini Male Cable (Black) - 10'
    • You Pay: $4.39
     

    Wind Protection

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    Protect your audio from wind noise with a windscreen.

    Auray - WHF-158 Foam Windscreen for 1-5/8" Diameter Microphones
    • You Pay: $2.95
     
    On-Stage - ASWS58 Foam Windscreen
    • You Pay: $1.99
     

    Headphones

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    Headphones are essential for real-time monitoring and mixing.

    Senal - SMH-1000 Professional Field and Studio Monitor Headphones
    • You Pay: $89.99
     
    Polsen - HPC-A30 Closed-Back Studio Monitor Headphones
    • You Pay: $29.99
     

    Cases & Protection

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    Carry, store and protect your equipment in a bag or case.

    Pelican - 1200 Case with Foam (Black)
    • You Pay: $39.15
     

    Mounting

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    Additional brackets and rigs allow more convenient piggy-backing of devices.

    Rycote - Wireless Universal Receiver Camera Bracket MkII
    • You Pay: $79.00
     

    Stands & Support

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    Mount your microphone on a stand.

    Auray - TT-6110 Desktop Microphone Stand (Black)
    • You Pay: $8.95
     
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