Audix R61 Kit Single-Channel Wireless True Diversity Receiver (522 to 586 MHz)

Audix R61 Kit Single-Channel Wireless True Diversity Receiver (522 to 586 MHz)

Audix R61 Kit Single-Channel Wireless True Diversity Receiver (522 to 586 MHz)

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Product Highlights

  • 522 to 586 MHz Band, 64 MHz Bandwidth
  • 207 Pre-Coordinated Frequencies
  • Single-Channel True Diversity Receiver
  • High-Contrast LCD Display
  • AF and RF Gain Control
  • Range up to 450'
  • One-Touch Sync and Auto Scan
  • XLR and 1/4" Outputs
  • Includes Antennas and Audio Cable
  • Includes Power Supply and Rackmount Kit
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The Audix R61 Kit is a Performance Series single-channel true 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 207 pre-coordinated frequencies across 64 MHz of bandwidth in the 522 to 586 MHz frequency band. Use one wireless microphone (available separately) from up to 450' 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 R61 Kit ships with two antennas, two BNC cables, a carrying case, an audio cable, one power supply, and a rackmount kit.

Incorporate up to 24 systems to use 24 unique channels simultaneously
Single-channel receiver supports one wireless microphone
64 MHz wide spectrum tuning
207 pre-coordinated frequencies
2560 tunable frequencies
High-contrast LCD shows RF and AF signal strength, group/channel/frequency, level/squelch, battery level, and more
One-touch sync via infrared
One-touch scan eliminates inefficient manual tuning
Ground-lift switch helps eliminate ground loops or hum
Metal strain relief for power cable
Adjustable AF and RF level
Selectable receiver lock disables the scan, sync, and power buttons
Selectable transmitter lock prevents the transmitter from being accidentally muted or powered off
Allows front- or rear-mount antenna configurations
UPC: 687471861097
In the Box
Audix R61 Kit Single-Channel Wireless True Diversity Receiver (522 to 586 MHz)
  • Carrying Case
  • 2 x Antennas
  • 2 x BNC Cables
  • Audio Cable
  • Power Supply
  • Rackmount Kit
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Audix R61 specs

    Frequency Band 522 to 586 MHz
    Bandwidth 64 MHz
    # Of Simultaneous Systems Up to 24
    Switchable Frequencies 207 pre-coordinated frequencies
    Reception Frequencies 2560 tunable frequencies (spaced 25 kHz apart)
    Wireless Range Up to 450' / 137 m
    Antenna Connector 2 x BNC (8 VDC, 150 mA)
    Outputs 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
    Frequency Response 45 Hz to 18 kHz
    Compander 2:1
    Pilot Tone 32 kHz
    Receiving System Dual tuner, true diversity
    Signal to Noise Ratio 112 dB at 30 kHz deviation (A-weighted)
    Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) <0.4% (33 kHz deviation at 1 kHz)
    Sensitivity 5 dBV (S/N 60 dB at 25 kHz deviation, A-weighted)
    Power Requirement 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 12 VDC, 1 A
    Enclosure Material Metal
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 8.1 x 8.1 x 1.7" / 205 x 206 x 44 mm
    Weight 2.4 lb / 1.1 kg

    Audix R61 reviews

    R61 Kit Single-Channel Wireless True Diversity Receiver (522 to 586 MHz) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from There is a NEW option in the wireless world! Mobile DJ since 2001. Previous owner of Shure and Sennheiser systems. Have used Audix R61 receivers weekly (mostly at weddings) since early 2017, they are rock solid units! TRUE DIVERSITY (dual tuners) indeed! Have not had a SINGLE signal drop out indoors or outdoors, (64MHz frequency band is awesome) even in the super busy RF environment of Southern California. We typically use 2-3 units at the same time. The range is outstanding also, we are often about 100 ft away (advertises a huge 450 ft range, haven't had to do that..) and with up to 200 guests between receiver and bodypacks, still no issues. Very easy setup, and has great features like locking the transmitter so no accidental 'mutes' occur. R61 has a massive amount of tunable frequencies if you need them. The construction is metal and quite solid. Shure and Sennheiser rule the mobile DJ world of wireless, but after speaking with Audix at NAMM 2017, I went with their system and have not looked back. I have since had two other colleagues see/hear the system, and although they were lifetime Shure users, bought an Audix 60 series system. The few reviews you will find rave about them as well. I think it is the current sleeper system that doesn't get a lot of attention, but performs extremely well. Highly recommend. The only downside is the R61 receivers, and the 60 series in general, are of course more expensive than the '40' series, and not typically in stock...anywhere. It takes a few extra days to get to you but it is worth the wait to ensure perfect events, especially wedding ceremonies, with rock solid signal thanks to the true diversity dual tuners.
    Date published: 2018-08-20
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