Pyle Pro PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System

Pyle Pro PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System

Pyle Pro PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System

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Pyle Pro PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System

Pyle Pro PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System

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The Pyle PDWM4350U is a 4 simultaneous channel wireless system designed to deliver clear, noise-free, wireless transmission and quality sound reproduction. The 4-channel UHF receiver features 4 individual balanced XLR outputs and 1 unbalanced jack. The system also includes 2 handheld mic transmitters, 2 bodypack transmitters, 2 lavalier mics, and 2 headset mics. This kit is can be used for on-stage vocal performances, conference room meetings, lectures, and more.

  • UHF band receiver system
  • Quad frequency channel design (channels 1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Operating range of 164' (50 m)
  • Broad frequency response range & low distortion
  • High signal/noise ratio performance
  • RF signal & AF signal LED indicators
  • LCD digital display with channel & frequency readout
  • Independent channel adjustable volume controls
  • Easy-to-use touch button controls
  • Detachable dual antennas
  • Rack mountable

 

UPC: 068888754989
In the Box
Pyle Pro PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System
  • 2 x Handheld Mics
  • 2 x Bodypack Transmitters
  • 2 x Lavalier Mics
  • 2 x Headset Mics
  • 4-Channel Receiver
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    RF Frequency Range 673 - 698 MHz
    Image & Spurious Rejection >70 dB
    Receiving Sensitivity -105 dBm
    Signal to Noise Ratio >85 dB
    Border Upon Channel Rejection >70 dB
    THD <0.5%
    Audio Output Level 0 - 300 mV
    Power Requirements 13 - 15 VDC nominal 1000 mA
    Dimensions 15.5 x 8.1 x 2.04" (39.4 x 20.5 x 5.2 cm)
    Handheld Transmitter
    Frequency Range 673 - 698 MHz
    RF Output 10 dBm
    Modulation Type FM
    Maximum Deviation ±40 kHz
    Spurious Emission >55 dBc
    Power Requirement 2 x 'AA' (1.5 V)
    Dimensions 9.4 x 2 x 2" (23.8 x 5 x 5 cm)
    Bodypack Transmitter
    Frequency Range 673-698 MHz
    RF Output 10 dBm
    Modulation Type FM
    Maximum Deviation ±40 kHz
    Spurious Emission >53 dBc
    Power Requirement 2 x 'AA' (1.5 V)
    Dimensions 4.1 x 2.6 x 1.2" (10.5 x 6.5 x 3 cm)
    Weight 7.9 lb (3.6 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 7.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.7 x 12.3 x 4.7"
    PDWM4350U - 4-Channel Wireless System is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fabulous value! Great results from first use, for voices at an outdoor wedding. Big pros and a few small cons. Four channels at an extremely reasonable price point. Bonus: Bodypacks provide bias voltage so you can swap out lavaliers as you like. Operating advice: The bodypack gain control dial is labelled in reverse: + is less, and - is more. Setting system gains was tricky; receiver outputs (XLR) noise was very sensitive to the input impedance of the next stage. Antennae are on the back of a short box so it's not easy to rack this thing. Handheld mics pick up hand/finger movement. Overall, though, I love it!
    Date published: 2016-03-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well I bought this for two uses: to have a wireless lav mike to do instructional videos, and to use for meetings at a professional association. I found that all elements of the system (lav mikes, hand-held mikes, receiver) worked well. It took a bit of experimentation with level settings on the belt-packs to get the best sound quality. The lav mikes don't have quite as good quality as the hand-helds (which are excellent) but it is only noticeable on web recordings - not when used in a PA system. I used the system this week at a conference facility in a casino - and the range between the mikes and the receiver were several hundred feet (200-250?) and they all worked fine. This is not the same level of quality as a true pro system (Shure, Sennheiser) with similar capabilities, but is hundreds if not thousands of dollars cheaper and works fine. The receiver has individual level settings, and has individual XLR outputs as well as a mixed output with a 1/4 phone plug.
    Date published: 2015-01-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for the price Good for the price point. Good range, I've had the mic's 50 feet away with no problem. Lapel mic's don't work so well. Any movement produces static. I noticed the microphone wire is not secured to the clip. I plan on putting a touch of glue to keep the wire from moving on the lapel clip. Seems to also have a hum. I will have to edit this out in post.
    Date published: 2015-11-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best value for your money Audio quality is excellent, price is right. Microphone range is excellent. Battery life is very good. Hand held microphones look real nice. One not so favourable fact, Handheld microphones are made of plastic and battery cover does not appear too sturdy. I would have rated the unit 5* if the microphones were of metal body.
    Date published: 2015-05-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Some good and some bad I use these mics when I DJ private events, they get the job done and have many frequency bands to choose from. Long battery life and lightweight portability are my favorite features. It is also incredibly easy to use. Unbalanced out has a bit of static in the line.
    Date published: 2015-06-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good system, especially the multi-channel feature We use this system in combination with other wireless microphone systems in our church. This was the last of four microphone systems we purchased, and this one is about the best of them all. The multiple channel feature is wonderful; no more worry about interference with another system or other frequencies floating in the area. The PMV4350 has 16 channels of choice--yes, 16! The channel frequencies are in large font displayed on beautiful blue LED screens on the receiver. We were quite impressed that the transmitters also had screens displaying the frequencies. The quality of sound is good. We were quite pleased with the sound quality, even using the mixed, unbalanced port that channels all four transmitters through one port. The channels can be changed on the transmitters and the receiver. One may consider it a blessing/curse, but changing the channels on the transmitters is not quite easy. You have to press the buttons with quite a bit of force and hold it to get the channels to change. This is actually good because it would keep users from accidently changing the channels. Changing the channel frequencies on the receiver is easier. We have not seen channel drop-out on this system like we have with some of the others, so we are quite pleased with this system. Now, the system was shipped with a dead power supply, but Pyle was gracious and quick in providing another one.
    Date published: 2015-07-12
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