Audix AP41 Performance Series Single-Channel Bodypack Wireless System with HT2 Supercardioid Headworn Microphone (554 to 586 MHz)

Audix AP41 Performance Series Single-Channel Bodypack Wireless System with HT2 Supercardioid Headworn Microphone (554 to 586 MHz)

Audix AP41 Performance Series Single-Channel Bodypack Wireless System with HT2 Supercardioid Headworn Microphone (554 to 586 MHz)

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Audix AP41 Performance Series Single-Channel Bodypack Wireless System with HT2 Supercardioid Headworn Microphone (554 to 586 MHz)

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Frequency Band: 554 to 586 MHz

522 to 554 MHz

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554 to 586 MHz

Receiver Type: R41 1-Channel

R41 1-Channel R42 2-Channel

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  • 1Description

The AP41 Performance Series Single-Channel Bodypack Wireless System from Audix includes the R41 1-channel diversity receiver, B60 bodypack transmitter, and HT2 supercardioid headworn condenser microphone. The R41 receiver operates on a frequency range of 554 to 586 MHz MHz. It offers one-touch auto scan searches for clear channel. Thanks to the one-touch sync function, the receiver easily links to the B60 bodypack transmitter placed within 300'. Enclosed in a metal housing with modular antenna design, the bodypack transmitter features a high-contrast LCD display with group, channel, and battery indicator.

The HT2 microphone can be connected to the bodypack transmitter using a mini XLR-terminated cable (included with the microphone). This professional headworn pre-polarized condenser microphone is suitable for live stage, presentation, and broadcast applications. It comes with a durable rubber-coated metal frame and can capture vocals from a comfortable distance of 2 to 3" off axis.

  • HT2 -Condenser Headworn Microphone

    The black HT2 from Audix is a professional pre-polarized headworn microphone with a supercardioid polar pattern that is designed for live stage, presentation, and broadcast applications. It can be used when paired with the Audix RAD360 wireless (sold separately) to capture vocals from a comfortable distance of 2 to 3" off of the corner of the mouth.

    The headworn microphone has a frequency response of 50 Hz to 15 kHz and can handle very-high sound pressure levels without distortion. It is easy to position, lightweight, and has roadworthy construction. Built with a rubber coated metal frame and a high-performance 5 mm capsule, it includes a 3' cable that terminates with a mini 3-pin XLRF connector.

    In addition, a foam windscreen for reducing wind, sibilance, and pop noise is also included.

    Supercardioid Polar Pattern
    The HT2 features a supercardioid polar pattern, providing excellent rejection of off-axis audio and noise. The result is high gain-before-feedback while using near monitor speakers
    Tailored Frequency Response
    The tailored frequency response of 50 Hz to 15 kHz accentuates the frequencies associated with speech while minimizing low frequency noise and rumble
    UPC: 687471591055
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  • 1Description
  • HT2 -Condenser Headworn Microphone
    Transducer Pre-polarized Condenser
    Polar Pattern Supercardioid
    Frequency Response 50 Hz to 15 kHz
    Output Impedance 250 Ohms balanced
    Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) ≥ 140 dB
    Power Requirements 5-52 V phantom
    Output Connectors 3-pin XLR female
    Polarity Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin-2 relative to pin-3 of output XLR connector
    Material of Construction Flexible steel alloy
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight 24 oz (68 g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.8 x 6.0 x 3.9"

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