AMT Q7-WS Complete True Diversity Wireless Microphone System

AMT Q7-WS Complete True Diversity Wireless Microphone System

AMT Q7-WS Complete True Diversity Wireless Microphone System

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  • 1Description

The Q7-WS Complete True Diversity Wireless Microphone System from AMT includes a Quantum7 Wireless System and a VWS Clarinet Microphone.

The Quantum7 Wireless System includes a Q7 AA powered transmitter with true diversity receiver, rack ears, and extension cables. The Quantum7 transmitter clips on to all AMT microphones that include DCT. You simply need to disconnect the cable from the microphone and plug in the transmitter. With 100 channels to choose from (region dependent) the system is simple to use while providing good quality sound. The receiver is a true diversity design allowing the wireless reception up to approximately 328'. The receiver is constructed with a rugged metal chassis which includes a 1/4" and XLR output. Additionally it features high-quality transient response, no delay, no background noise, with multi-level narrow band filter technology.

The WS Clarinet Microphone mounts to the clarinet and features two cardioid microphone elements, each attached to flexible goosenecks. The elements are designed to be positioned at the bell and keys of the clarinet. The dual miking technique results in a natural, authentic reproduction of the instruments mechanics as well as the sound produced from the bell. The elements feature cardioid polar patterns, which suppress residual noise and audio signal at the off-axis sections of the capsule. The microphone connects to a separate beltpack that provides the output stage and power. The WS clarinet microphone operates on 12 to 52V phantom power.

  • WS Clarinet Microphone

    From Applied Microphone Technologies (AMT), the WS clarinet microphone is unique in design and function. The microphone mounts to the clarinet and features 2 cardioid microphone elements, each attached to flexible goosenecks. The elements are designed to be positioned at the bell and keys of the clarinet.

    The dual miking technique results in a natural, authentic reproduction of the instruments mechanics as well as the sound produced from the bell. The elements feature cardioid polar patterns, which suppress residual noise and audio signal at the off-axis sections of the capsule. The microphone connects to a separate beltpack that provides the output stage and power. The WS clarinet microphone operates on 12-52 Volt phantom power.

    Dual Element Design
    The WS features dual cardioid microphone elements to capture signal from the bell and keys of the clarinet.
    Flexible Microphone Positioning
    The dual capsules are mounted on goosenecks for flexible, easy microphone positioning.
    External Power Supply and Output Stage
    An external beltpack is wired to the microphone and provides a standard XLR output as well as variable impedance level. The size of the beltpack is convenient for use in performances.
    Cardioid Polar Pattern
    The cardioid polar patterns greatly reduce residual noise and feedback at the off-axis sections of the microphone capsule.
    Secure Mounting Mechanism
    The mounting clasp provides a firm grip without damaging the finish of the instrument.
    UPC: 741360357334
  • Quantum7 Wireless System

    The Quantum7 Wireless System from AMT includes a Q7 AA powered transmitter with true diversity receiver, rack ears, and extension cables. The Quantum7 transmitter clips on to all AMT microphones that include DCT. You simply need to disconnect the cable from the microphone and plug in the transmitter. With 100 channels to choose from (region dependent), the system is simple to use while providing good quality sound. The receiver is a true diversity design allowing the wireless reception up to approximately 328'. The receiver is constructed with a rugged metal chassis, which includes a 1/4" and XLR output. Additionally it features high-quality transient response, no delay, no background noise, with multi-level narrow band filter technology.

    True diversity design
    Transmitter can be powered via one AA battery
    Q7 receiver includes heavy-duty metal chassis with rack ears
    Supports 100 channels (region dependent) with up to 30 MHz bandwidth
    PLL frequency stabilization system
    Supports IR syncing from receiver to transmitter
    LCD display
    Wireless operation without a bodypack
    Large analog style volume control for quick and easy access
    Remove the transmitter to convert microphone to a wired setup
    Compatible with all AMT instrument microphones
In the Box
Bundle Items
  • WS Beltpack
  • Attachment Cable
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Q7 Transmitter
  • Q7 Receiver
  • Rack Ears
  • Extension Cables
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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  • 1Description
  • WS Clarinet Microphone
    Transducer Condenser
    Polar Pattern Figure 8
    Frequency Response 30Hz to 20KHz
    Dynamic Range (Typical) not specified by manufacturer
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio not specified by manufacturer
    Maximum Input Sound Level 140dB
    Power Requirements 12-52VDC
    Output Impedance 150 ohms
    Output Connectors 3-pin XLR from WMS Beltpack
    Pad No
    Low Frequency Roll-Off No
    Dimensions 13" (330mm) (Length)
    Weight 1.09 oz (31g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 15.2 x 10.8 x 3.8"
  • Quantum7 Wireless System
    Receiver
    Frequency Range 600 to 928 MHz
    Modulation Mode FM
    Dynamic Range >100 dB
    Frequency Response ± 3dB 60 Hz to 17 kHz
    Total Harmonic Distortion 105 dB
    Audio Output 1 x XLR socket, 1 x 1/4" (6.3 mm) jack socket
    Power Supply 12 to 18 VDC; 500 mA
    Dimensions 8.3 x 6.7 x 1.7" (21.0 x 17.0 x 4.4 cm)
    Transmitter
    Frequency Range 600 to 928 MHz
    RF Power 10 mW
    Deviation ±48 kHz
    Antenna 1/4 wavelength wire type
    Battery Voltage 1.5 V (1 x 1.5 V AA battery)
    Operating Time 12 to 14 hours, battery-dependent
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