This Xvive Audio U3 Wireless XLR Microphone Interview Kit with Omni Interview Microphone from B&H includes a plug-on XLR wireless mic transmitter and XLR-equipped wireless receiver and a broadcast-quality handheld omnidirectional dynamic microphone. With a maximum range of 90 feet, this kit is ideal for reporting, interviews, and conferences.
Turn your dynamic microphone into wireless with the U3 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System from Xvive Audio. It features a 2.4 GHz wireless band, 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response, and less than 5 ms latency. The system works up to a 90' range, and includes two rechargeable batteries with a five-hour life for both receiver and transmitter units. The transmitter plugs into a dynamic microphone or into DI or XLR output gear, and the receiver plugs into a live sound mixer, portable PA system, or a recorder. This system broadcasts on six channels simultaneously, and is suitable for live vocals, presentations, video productions, and houses of worship.
The Senal ENG-18RL is a broadcast-quality omnidirectional dynamic microphone. The dynamic capsule picks up sound in a 360° pattern and does not require a battery or phantom power, making it a reliable choice for critical field applications. The microphone's exceptionally low handling noise and resistance to wind noise and vocal plosives make it perfect for professional ENG applications like live reporting, interviews, and press conferences.
At multiple areas inside the microphone, natural rubber with special shock-absorbing properties is bonded to carbon steel rings to isolate the sealed inner shell from the outer shell. This system protects the microphone capsule from impacts and inclement weather, and dissipates kinetic energy, dramatically reducing handling noise and resonance due to rustling and knocking.
The microphone also incorporates multistage wind protection to minimize wind noise and vocal plosives. A mesh grille, acoustic foam, acoustic fabric, and another layer of acoustic foam work to diffuse excess sound pressure from wind and breath. A fixed rigid carbon-steel ring with a unique bullet-shaped design disperses breath to minimize vocal plosives.
The EQ curve is tailored for broadcast use, with a gradual low-frequency roll-off to keep out unwanted rumble, a pronounced midrange to ensure speech intelligibility, and a high-frequency roll-off to eliminate hiss and sibilance distortion. Whether broadcasting on television, AM/FM radio, or over the internet, the ENG-18RL is designed to ensure that dialogue cuts through the mix, and can be broadcast live without EQ adjustment.
The ENG-18RL features a durable aluminum-alloy shaft designed for EMI rejection and reduced internal resonance, with a matte black finish for a professional appearance and minimum light reflection. The mic is also long enough to accommodate a mic flag.