The VocoPro SilentPA-Practice 16-Channel UHF Wireless Audio Broadcast Kit from B&H includes the VocoPro SilentPA 16-channel UHF stationary transmitter, a SilentPA 16-channel wireless bodypack receiver, a 1/4" patch cable, antenna, a rackmount kit, and a power adapter. This kit can be used as a PA system when paired with headphones (sold separately) to transmit up to three analog microphone signals and a 1/4" analog audio signal wirelessly to a portable bodypack receiver for house of worship, broadcast, and speech applications. In addition, an unlimited number of optional bodypack receivers with headphones can be added for an unlimited number of listeners.
VocoPro SilentPA-ST16-Channel UHF Wireless Audio Broadcast System Stationary Transmitter
The VocoPro SilentPA-ST 16-Channel Stationary Transmitter accepts both microphone and balanced line input signals with a mix level control. It accepts up to three mics with three XLR-1/4" combo jacks and one 1/8" mic input. It also features a 1/8" line input on the rear panel and a 1/8" stereo headphone output on the front panel. The transmitter also accepts powered mics via the XLR combo jacks.
The stationary transmitter works on the 900 MHz frequency band as part of the SilentPA 16-channel UHF wireless broadcast system. Up to 16 transmitters can be tuned to 16 unique channels in the system, which supports an unlimited number of receivers. The stationary transmitter can be mounted in standard 19" racks using the included rack mounting kit.
VocoPro SilentPA 16-Channel UHF Wireless Bodypack Receiver
Have you ever tried to use a PA system in a place with strict sound restrictions? Or want to do a voice presentation to a group of people in a place with loud background noise? Now you can speak or perform to an unlimited number of people and be heard loud and clear, without disturbing others, with VocoPro's new wireless audio broadcast system, the SilentPA.
The SilentPA is the first of its kind with 16 easily adjustable channels. It allows up to 16 transmitters to broadcast, each on a unique frequency, to an unlimited number of receivers; the listeners can then tune into the program they wish to listen to. This could be different bands performing simultaneously in the same hall, a House Of Worship broadcasting their sermon in different languages or a backyard concert in a crowded neighborhood. The SilentPA has an untold number of applications.
There are two types of transmitters available for the SilentPA. The Stationary Transmitter allows both a microphone and a balance line input signal with a Mix Level control. Or use the portable solution, the Bodypack Transmitter equipped with a microphone and 1/8" stereo inputs; so it's good for both music and voice transmission. The bodypack receiver includes two (2x) 1/8" Stereo Outputs, so it's easy to monitor the program AND record the performance on a separate recording device.
- Operates in 900Mhz band, free of TV station interference
- Utilizes UHF technology for greater reliability and operating range than VHF or 2.4Ghz
- Bodypack receiver has two dedicated audio outputs
- Stationary transmitter equipped with mixing function to combine microphone and music signals
- Lavaliere microphone included with bodypack transmitter
- Bodypack transmitter/receiver powered by two (2x) AA, alkaline or rechargeable, batteries