Audio-Technica ATW-3211/831DE2 3000 Series Fourth Generation Wireless Microphone System with AT831cH Lavalier Mic (DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz)

Audio-Technica ATW-3211/831DE2 3000 Series Fourth Generation Wireless Microphone System with AT831cH Lavalier Mic (DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz)

Audio-Technica ATW-3211/831DE2 3000 Series Fourth Generation Wireless Microphone System with AT831cH Lavalier Mic (DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz)

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Product Highlights

  • ATW-R3210 True Diversity Receiver
  • ATW-T3201 Bodypack Transmitter
  • AT831cH Cardioid Lavalier Microphone
  • Wide 60 MHz UHF Tuning Bandwidth
  • 2395 Frequencies, 328' Operating Range
  • Voice and Instrument Pickup
  • Auto Squelch, Frequency Scan and IR Sync
  • XLR Balanced and 1/4" Unbalanced Outputs
  • Rugged cH-Style Connectors
  • Includes 2 x Antennas, AC Adapter
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  • 1Description

The Audio-Technica ATW-3211/831DE2 3000 Series Fourth Generation is a frequency-agile, true diversity UHF wireless microphone system designed to give users the power and flexibility to operate within the congested UHF spectrum. The system includes an ATW-R3210 receiver, an ATW-T3201 bodypack transmitter, and an AT831cH cardioid condenser lavalier microphone, and is designed to capture voice and instruments with intelligible and natural sound while minimizing potential interference, for stage, television, lecture, event presentation, or house of worship applications.

Operating in the DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz band with 2395 frequencies and a range up to 328', the 3000 Series Fourth Generation system offers a 60 MHz tuning range, which is more than twice that offered by the previous versions. Frequencies can be easily scanned and selected on the receiver, and then synced with the transmitter via IR sync functionality. In case of interference, the Multifunction button on the transmitter lets you quickly switch to a backup frequency so you can keep working with minimal interruption.

The ATW-R3210 receiver is equipped with two flexible antennas, a balanced XLR output, and an unbalanced 1/4" output. The ATW-T3201 bodypack transmitter is powered via two AA batteries and features a rugged metal housing with a cH-style screw-down 4-pin connector for secure connection to the microphone. The AT831cH microphone allows for close miking of voice and instruments (especially acoustic guitar) with crisp and clean sound. Its cardioid polar pattern effectively rejects unwanted background sound and helps reduce feedback on stage.

The ATW-3211/831DE2 ships with a windscreen and a tie clip for the mic, as well as an AC adapter and rackmount adapters for the receiver.

Key Features
  • Fourth-generation 3000 Series wireless system gives users the power and flexibility to operate within the congested UHF spectrum
  • Includes ATW-R3210 receiver and ATW-T3201 bodypack transmitter with AT831cH cardioid condenser lavalier microphone
  • Wide 60 MHz UHF tuning bandwidth for maximum versatility—Band DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz (2395 frequencies)
  • Microphone allows for close miking of voice and instruments (especially acoustic guitar) with crisp and clean sound
  • Cardioid pattern for significant rejection of unwanted background sound and reduced feedback on stage
  • True diversity operation reduces dropouts
  • 328' operating range
  • Multifunction button on bodypack transmitter can be used to switch to a backup frequency (on both transmitter and receiver) should interference be encountered
  • Auto Squelch feature automatically adjusts squelch setting to maximize range while minimizing potential interference
  • Frequency scan and IR sync functionality for ease of setup
  • Dual-mode receiver display can switch between standard view or a performance view that highlights key metering
  • Transmitter and receiver include OLED screens for optimal readout of key settings and alerts
  • Rugged cH-style connector on bodypack transmitter provides secure connection to mic and cables with cH-style screw-down 4-pin connector
  • Bodypack transmitter features tactile mute toggle switch (defeatable) for physical confirmation of mute status when transmitter display is not visible
  • Transmitter with rugged, metal housing is powered via two AA batteries
  • Charging terminals on transmitter work with ATW-CHG3 and ATW-CHG3N (both available separately) smart charging docks to recharge NiMH batteries (available separately)
  • Antenna power available for powered antennas (available separately) and other in-line RF devices
  • Ground-lift switch helps eliminate audible hum caused by ground loops
  • XLR balanced and 1/4" unbalanced audio output jacks
UPC: 042005196173
In the Box
Audio-Technica ATW-3211/831DE2 3000 Series Fourth Generation Wireless Microphone System with AT831cH Lavalier Mic (DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz)
  • ATW-R3210 Receiver
  • 2 x Flexible UHF Antennas
  • AC Adapter
  • Rackmount Adapters
  • ATW-T3201 Bodypack Transmitter
  • AT831cH Cardioid Condenser Lavalier Microphone
  • AT8417 - Lavalier Tie / Clothing Clip rqcbdzaduzuvbxtzwedrtcvbuxvecvus
  • AT8116 Mini Lavalier Windscreen
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Audio-Technica ATW-3211/831DE2 specs

    System Specifications
    Operating Frequencies DE2: 470.125 to 529.975 MHz
    2395 frequencies
    Frequency Step 25 kHz, minimum
    Modulation Mode FM
    Maximum Deviation 38 kHz (THD: 10%)
    Dynamic Range Mic Input: >115 dB (A-weighted), typical
    Instrument Input: >112 dB (A-weighted), typical
    Total Harmonic Distortion <1.0% (at 1 kHz, 17.5 kHz deviation)
    Operating Range 328' / 100 m
    Open range environment with no interfering signals
    Operating Temperature Range 23 to 113°F / -5 to +45°C
    Frequency Response 31 Hz to 15.50 kHz

    Frequency response depends on attached microphone element
    Receiver
    Receiving System True diversity
    Image Rejection 60 dB, nominal
    RF Sensitivity 20 dBuV at 60 dBA S/N ratio (50 Ohms termination)
    Antenna Power: 12 VDC, 160 mA (combined)
    Input: BNC-type, 50 Ohms
    Maximum Output Level XLR: +14 dBV, balanced
    1/4" / 6.3 mm: +8 dBV, unbalanced
    Power Supply 100-240 VAC to 12 VDC, 50/60 Hz, 1 A (center positive) switched-mode external power supply
    Operating Temperature Range 41 to 113°F / 5 to 45°C
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 8.27 x 7.52 x 1.71" / 210.0 x 191.0 x 43.4 mm
    Weight 38.8 oz / 1100 g, without accessories
    Bodypack Transmitter
    RF Power Output High: 30 mW
    Low: 10 mW

    (switchable, at 50 Ohms)
    Spurious Emissions Following federal and national regulations
    Input Connections cH-style screw-down 4-pin connector
    Pin 1: GND
    Pin 2: Instrument input
    Pin 3: Mic input
    Pin 4: DC bias +5 V
    High-Pass Filter 125 Hz, 12 dB/octave (low-frequency roll-off)
    Batteries 2 x 1.5 V AA (not included)
    Battery Life Alkaline
    High: 8.0 hours
    Low: 9.0 hours

    Ni-MH 1900 mAh
    High: 9.0 hours
    Low: 9.5 hours

    (Depending on battery type, usage, and environmental conditions)
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 2.52 x 3.22 x 0.91" / 64 x 82 x 23 mm
    Weight 3.6 oz / 102 g, without batteries
    Microphone
    Transducer Permanently polarized condenser
    Polar Pattern Cardioid
    Frequency Range 40 Hz to 20 kHz
    Dynamic Range (Typical) 101 dB, at maximum SPL
    Signal to Noise Ratio 65 dB, A-weighted
    Maximum Input Sound Level 126 dB, at 1 kHz 1% THD
    Output Connector cH-style screw-down 4-pin connector
    Cable Length 55" / 1.40 m
    Power Requirements Powered by transmitter
    Dimensions (L x Diam) 0.98 x 0.39" / 25 x 10 mm
    Weight 0.1 oz / 2.8 g, without cable
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.2 x 13.7 x 3.3"

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