VocoPro UHF-5800-10 PRO 4-Channel UHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System (913.3 to 925.8 MHz)

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VocoPro UHF-5800-10 PRO 4-Channel UHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System (913.3 to 925.8 MHz)
Key Features
  • Channels: 9E/9F/9G/9H
  • 913.3 to 925.8 MHz UHF Band
  • 4 x Handheld Transmitter Mics
  • Module-Replaceable Receiver
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The VocoPro UHF-5800-10 PRO 4-Channel Wireless Microphone System offers affordable, multi-channel wireless microphone operation for small performances, karaoke, presentations, restaurants, bars, etc. This all-in-one solution features a rack-mountable receiver with replaceable front-loaded receiver modules, four individual outputs for flexible external mixing, as well as a mixed output for sending a mixed signal of all four mics. The handheld transmitters operate on individual UHF frequencies, allowing for simultaneous operation, and two AA batteries (each) keep them powered for up to 12 hours. The UHF-5800-10 PRO includes a heavy-duty carrying bag, which contains foam padding and has pre-cut holes for four microphones.
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The VocoPro UHF-5800-10 PRO 4-Channel Wireless Microphone System offers affordable, multi-channel wireless microphone operation for small performances, karaoke, presentations, restaurants, bars, etc. This all-in-one solution features a rack-mountable receiver with replaceable front-loaded receiver modules, four individual outputs for flexible external mixing, as well as a mixed output for sending a mixed signal of all four mics. The handheld transmitters operate on individual UHF frequencies, allowing for simultaneous operation, and two AA batteries (each) keep them powered for up to 12 hours. The UHF-5800-10 PRO includes a heavy-duty carrying bag, which contains foam padding and has pre-cut holes for four microphones.

Wireless, multi-channel operation with a receiver and four handheld microphones
UHF operation minimizes interference and drop outs
Easily replaceable receiver modules make the system easy to maintain
Four individual outputs allow for external mixing possibilities; a mixed output is also provided
The transmitters are powered up to 12 hours on two AA batteries

VocoPro UHF-5800-10 Specs

System
Type of SystemMulti-channel UHF handheld
RF Carrier Frequency Range913.3 to 925.8 MHz UHF
Channels9E: 913.3 MHz
9F: 916.3 MHz
9G: 920.1 MHz
9H: 925.8 MHz
THD< 0.5% @ 1 kHz
Overall Frequency Response40 Hz to 16 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio105 dB
# Of Channels4
Receiver
Type of ReceiverRack-mounted modular UHF
Type of Outputs4 x XLR 3-pin
1 x 1/4" phone (mixed)
Power RequirementsExternal DC power supply, 0.7 A, 12 to 15 VDC
DisplayLED
Mounting Options19" rack-mountable
Antenna TypeDual BNC
Dimensions (WxHxD)18.9 x 1.8 x 7.8" (480.06 x 45.72 x 198.12 mm)
Transmitter
Type of Transmitter4 x UHF handheld
Type of MicrophoneDynamic
Battery Type/Approx. Life2 x AA batteries, 12 hours
Mute SwitchOn/Off
Antenna TypeInternal
DisplayLED
Packaging Info
Package Weight20.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)31 x 15.5 x 7.5"
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