The AP41 Performance Series Single-Channel Instrument Wireless System from Audix includes the R41 1-channel diversity receiver, B60 bodypack transmitter, and ADX20i clip-on cardioid condenser microphone for saxophone, trumpet, and brass instruments. The R41 receiver operates on a frequency range of 522 to 554 MHz and 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'.
The ADX20i microphone connects to the bodypack transmitter via its mini XLR-terminated cable. Designed for stage, broadcast and recording, the microphone handles high SPLs and provides natural sound reproduction at very close distances. This lightweight, compact, and easy to use microphone features a shock mounted clip to help reduce noise and vibration. The spring tension clip makes for easy mounting on the bell of an instrument, and a flexible gooseneck allows for precise positioning.
Audix R41 Kit-A Performance Series Single-Channel UHF Diversity Receiver (A: 522 to 554 MHz)
The Audix R41 Kit-A is a Performance Series single-channel UHF diversity receiver designed to deliver enhanced range and easy configuration for musicians, vocalists, presenters, and public speakers in houses of worship, concert venues, conferences, and live stage applications. It offers 106 pre-coordinated frequencies across 32 MHz of bandwidth in the 522 to 554 MHz frequency band. Use one wireless microphone (available separately) from up to 300' away. One-touch sync and auto scan functions provide simple and efficient setup.
The high-contrast LCD shows a host of information such as battery level, frequency, and AF/RF signal strength, which can be optimized via adjustable AF and RF gain. XLR and 1/4" outputs allow compatible connectivity with the balanced or unbalanced inputs on your mixing console. The R41 Kit-A ships with two antennas, a carrying case, an audio cable, one power supply, and a rackmount kit.
Incorporate up to 16 systems to use 16 unique channels simultaneously
Single-channel receiver supports one wireless microphone
32 MHz wide spectrum tuning
106 pre-coordinated frequencies
High-contrast LCD shows RF and AF signal strength, group/channel/frequency, level/squelch, battery level, and more
Ground-lift switch helps eliminate ground loops or hum
Metal strain relief for power cable
Adjustable AF and RF level
Selectable lock function prevents the transmitter from being accidentally muted or powered off
Audix B60 Performance Series Bodypack Transmitter (522 to 586 MHz)
The Audix B60 is a Performance Series bodypack transmitter designed to deliver simple configuration and reliable wireless signal transmission for musicians, vocalists, presenters, and public speakers in houses of worship, concert venues, conferences, and live stage applications. It offers 64 MHz of bandwidth from 522 to 586 MHz, effectively covering A and B frequency groups for proper use with Audix Performance Series receivers.
The high-contrast LCD and three function buttons provide easy access to settings such as AF gain, 10/30 mW RF output power, and lock. Two supplied AA batteries power the B60 for up to 14 hours. The rugged metal housing features a belt clip for secure attachment to the performer and a soft mute button for quick on/off switching. A mini-XLR 3-pin input enables proper connectivity for a guitar, bass, lavalier mic, headset, or instrument microphone. The modular antenna design allows for compact storage and field serviceability.
64 MHz bandwidth from 522 to 586 MHz covers A and B frequency groups
Mini-XLR 3-pin connector for compatibility with a variety of microphones or guitar cables
Durable tour-worthy metal housing
High-contrast LCD shows group, channel, frequency, mic/line level, and battery status
Convenient top-panel soft mute button for quick on/off switching
Two supplied AA batteries provide up to 14 hours of run time
Selectable 10/30 mW RF power output
Choose mic or line level
Four selectable gain settings—0 dB, -6 dB, -12 dB, and -24 dB
Lock function deactivates the power button, RF output control, and level adjustment
From Audix, the ADX20I is a miniature condenser microphone designed for capturing instruments. The microphone's pre-polarized condenser element reproduces sound that is more than suitable for capturing brass, woodwinds, percussion and more. The wide 40Hz to 20kHz frequency response accurately reproduces audio in pristine detail without noise and distortion. The ADX20's low profile is ideal while mounted on instrument on stage or in studio. The ADX20 includes a shock mounted gooseneck and integral clamp for sturdy instrument mounting and flexible positioning.
Sturdy Mounting and Easy Positioning
The ADX20I includes a shock mounted gooseneck and clamp for sturdy instrument mounting and flexible positioning.
Cardioid Polar Pattern
The cardioid polar pattern minimizes off-axis noise and feedback.
Low profile design is ideal while mounted on instruments on stage or in studio.
Pristine Audio Reproduction
The ADX20I features a wide frequency response and high signal to noise ration for clear, accurate sound reproduction.
Audix R41 Kit-A Performance Series Single-Channel UHF Diversity Receiver (A: 522 to 554 MHz) Specs
522 to 554 MHz
# Of Simultaneous Systems
Up to 16
106 pre-coordinated frequencies
Up to 300' / 91 m
2 x BNC (8 VDC, 150 mA)
1 x XLR 3-pin balanced 1 x 1/4" TS unbalanced
Audio Output Level
XLR: -12 dBV at 25 kHz deviation, 600-Ohm load, +6 gain 1/4": -18 dBV at 25 kHz deviation, 10-Ohm load, +6 gain
Audio Level Control
-12 to +9 dB in 3 dB steps
45 Hz to 18 kHz
Single tuner, antenna diversity
Signal to Noise Ratio
105 dB at 30 kHz deviation (A-weighted)
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
≤0.7% (33 kHz deviation at 1 kHz)
5 dBµV (S/N 60 dB at 25 kHz deviation, A-weighted)
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 12 VDC, 1 A
Dimensions (W x D x H)
8.1 x 8.1 x 1.7" / 205 x 206 x 44 mm
1.9 lb / 0.9 kg
Audix B60 Performance Series Bodypack Transmitter (522 to 586 MHz) Specs
RF Power Output
0 dB, -6 dB, -12 dB, -24 dB
1 x mini-XLR 3-pin
Mic: 10 kOhms
Line: 1 MOhm
Approximately 128 to 140 dB (depending on microphone)