Saramonic TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System (514 to 596 MHz)

Saramonic TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System (514 to 596 MHz)

Saramonic TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System (514 to 596 MHz)

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Saramonic TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System (514 to 596 MHz)

Saramonic TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System (514 to 596 MHz)

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  • For Broadcast, EFP and ENG Applications
  • 48V Phantom Power
  • Runs on Two AA Batteries
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The TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System from Saramonic Allows you to connect any XLR microphone the the UWMIC9 wireless system. It can be used for DSLR cameras for videography, field recording, broadcast TV, and electronic news gathering (ENG) applications.

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Saramonic TX-XLR9 specs

Channels 96
Oscillator Type PLL synthesizer
Carrier Frequency 514 to 596 MHz
Audio Input Connectors 1 x XLR female
Phantom Power +48V or none
Battery 2 x AA size batteries
Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
Weight Not specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.2 x 5.0 x 2.8"

Saramonic TX-XLR9 reviews

TX-XLR9 Plug-On XLR Transmitter for UwMic9 UHF Wireless Mic System (514 to 596 MHz) is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Knock-Off Sony is Bad Immediately returned after testing the first time. The audio quality is garbage, especially compared to Saramonic's lavalier systems. Also, Saramonic's entire UwMic9 series lacks an input volume on the transmitters. While this can be passable for such an inexpensive lavalier, it's completely unacceptable for a wireless boom setup. The build quality is unreliable, the device is heavy, it doesn't have good range, no input gain, and it eats through batteries incredibly quickly. If you're smart about it, you can make their lavalier systems work, but the plug-on transmitter is just not worth it.
Date published: 2017-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than I thought but frustrating lack of input control The lack of input gain is the only thing holding this back. Put a Shure SM63 on it and you have a very good sounding reporter mic. But try running a Sennheiser MKH-416 and it over drives the Transmitter. That said I put a -20db pad on it and it was sweet, just ridiculously long. I found with the +48 phantom power switched off battery life was good, better than comparable priced systems and range was good in a crowded hall for 50 meters without a drop out. On balance I think it is terrific value for money if you know what you are doing.
Date published: 2017-05-29
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