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Audio-Technica ATR288W VHF TwinMic System

B&H # AUATR288W MFR # ATR288W
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You Pay: $119.95
Product Highlights
  • VHF Portable Transmitter & Receiver
  • ATR35 Miniature Lavalier
  • ATR20 Dynamic Handheld Microphone

The Audio-Technica ATR288W VHF TwinMic System is a portable, versatile VHF wireless microphone system ideal for video applications, general PA applications, aerobics and fitness instruction, worship and more. The TwinMic system consists of a camera-mountable VHF receiver, bodypack transmitter, ATR35 miniature lavalier and ATR20 dynamic handheld microphone.

Both included microphones are wired, and connect to the bodypack for wireless operation. Connect the ATR35 lavalier for completely hands-free speech, and the ATR20 handheld for applications that require a handheld microphone. A 9V battery (each) keeps the transmitter and receiver powered for up to 8 hours.

Includes ATR35 miniature lavalier condenser microphone for "hands-free" uses such as aerobics, dance, theater, lectures and "newscaster-style" videos
Includes ATR20 dynamic microphone for handheld uses such as singing, talking, recording and videos
Compact, ultra-lightweight transmitter and receiver are each powered by a single 9V battery
Normal operating range 100'; up to 300' under optimum conditions
Two user-switchable frequencies for interference-free operation
Includes earphone for real-time monitoring capability
Durable, rubber-coated, flexible receiver antenna can be positioned for best reception
Includes belt-clip and quick, reliable camera mount adapter for easy positioning and use
System
Operating Frequency T24 (169.505MHz & 170.305MHz)
Channels 2
Modulation Mode FM
Receiver
Receiving Mode FM Superheterodyne
Receiving Sensitivity 2 µV for 30dB S/N
DC Input 9V DC (center-positive)
Battery 9V alkaline (not included)
8 hours nominal
Consumption 50mA
Dimensions (HxWxD) 4.09 x 2.44 x 0.94" (104.0 x 62.0 x 24.0mm)
Weight 3.5 oz (100 g)
Transmitter
Modulation FM
6 mV for full deviation
Battery 9V alkaline (not included)
8 hours nominal
Current Consumption 50 mA
Dimensions (HxWxD) 4.09 x 2.44 x 0.94" (104.0 x 62.0 x 24.0mm)
Weight 2.8 oz (80 g)
Audio-Technica ATR288W VHF TwinMic System
  • VHF Portable Beltpack Transmitter
  • VHF Portable Receiver
  • Belt Clip
  • Camera Shoe-Mount Adapter
  • Monitor Earphone
  • Audio Output Cable
  • Hook-and-Loop Tape
  • Self-Adhesive Foam
  • Flexible Antenna
  • Mini-Plug to 1/4" Adapter
  • Lifetime Limited End-User Warranty
  • Batteries & Power

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    Required item: Batteries (not included) are required to power this device.

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

    Accessory Packages

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    An accessory kit is a great way to provide backup parts for your system.

    B&H Photo Video -  Lavalier Accessory Backup Kit - Medium (1/4") (6mm)
    • You Pay: $11.95
     

    Cables

    Additional output cable is necessary for use with an XLR input.

    Audio-Technica -  CP8306 Adapter Cable for Pro 88 W Wireless System
    • You Pay: $15.49
     

    Headphones

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    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 all your equipment in a bag or case.

    Pelican -  1200 Case with Foam (Black)
    • You Pay: $34.05
     

    Stands & Support

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    Mount your microphone on a stand.

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

    System Components

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    Replacement components are great to have on hand in case they are lost or worn out over time.

    Polsen -  ULW-BLT Belt Clip For ULW-16 Wireless Receiver and Transmitter
    • You Pay: $7.50
     
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