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Giving you 2 operating frequencies to select from, the WLX-PRO VHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone System from Azden consists of a WL/T-PRO bodypack transmitter, a camera-mountable WR-PRO wireless receiver, an EX-503 omnidirectional lavalier microphone, a camera shoe mount, a mono to stereo adapter cable, and hook and loop fastener tape. The system has a 250' range of operation, and allows you to send wireless audio directly to the microphone input of your DSLR or camcorder. Its 2 operating frequencies provide an option in case one channel is experiencing interference.
WLT/PRO VHF Wireless Bodypack Transmitter
The Azden WLT/PRO VHF Wireless Bodypack Transmitter consists of the WM-Pro bodypack transmitter and EX-503 omnidirectional lavalier microphone. The transmitter features 2 switchable VHF channels (169.445 MHz and 170.245 MHz) and is compatible with all Azden "PRO" series VHF receivers. The WLT/PRO is powered by a single 9V battery and includes a belt clip.
Designed for professional videographers on a limited budget and video hobbyists, the WR-PRO by Azden is a single-channel switchable VHF receiver with 2 selectable operating frequencies, allowing you to switch between frequencies if one is noisy or experiences interference. The wireless operating range is more than 200 feet. All receivers and transmitters in the PRO Series use the same circuitry and operate on the same 2 frequencies, F1 at 169.445 MHz and F2 at 170.245 MHz, making them interchangeable and allowing you to add to your system at any time.
Note: For system compatibility, the component's frequency MUST match your existing system/component frequency.
Compatible with all Azden "PRO" series microphones
True diversity system
Range of over 200 feet
Two selectable VHF frequencies (169.445 & 170.245 MHz)