VocoPro UDH-CHOIR-4 UHF Handheld Wireless Microphone Package (900 MHz Band)

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VocoPro UDH-CHOIR-4 UHF Handheld Wireless Microphone Package (900 MHz Band)
Key Features
  • UHF Transmission
  • Operates within 900 MHz Frequency Band
  • 4 Wireless Mics with On-Board Processing
  • Each Mic Automatically Channel-Mapped
The UDH-CHOIR-4 UHF Handheld Wireless Microphone Package from VocoPro is a four-channel microphone package. It operates in the 900 MHz band, which makes it immune to TV-broadcast interference. This package contains two dual receivers, two 1/4" cables, four wireless microphones, and two power supplies. This UDH wireless microphone system is a combination of UHF transmission technology together with a DSP chip. This package is ideal for musicians, entertainers, or schools.
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VocoPro UDH-CHOIR-4 Overview

The UDH-CHOIR-4 UHF Handheld Wireless Microphone Package from VocoPro is a four-channel microphone package. It operates in the 900 MHz band, which makes it immune to TV-broadcast interference. This package contains two dual receivers, two 1/4" cables, four wireless microphones, and two power supplies. This UDH wireless microphone system is a combination of UHF transmission technology together with a DSP chip. This package is ideal for musicians, entertainers, or schools.

Operates in the 900 MHz band, ostensibly free of TV station interference
All-in-one wireless Mic-On-IC with onboard pre-amp, compressor, and expander
Uses analog UHF transmission technology
All mics automatically synced: Plug-and-play design requires no microphone-syncing setup
Fits standard-sized 19" rack cases
UPC: 692868464744

VocoPro UDH-CHOIR-4 Specs

Frequency Range900 MHz band
Rear Panel ConnectorsDC, power input
XLR, channel 1 out
XLR, channel 2 out
1/4" phone jack, unbalanced output
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.8 x 13.8 x 6.5"
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