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The Electro-Voice REV Concert Handheld Transmitter is a handheld microphone and wireless transmitter designed for use with Electro-Voice REV series, UHF wireless microphone systems. The transmitter is available with a variety of capsule types and the capsule included with model is the Electro-Voice RE510.
The aluminum handheld transmitter features a back-lit LCD display for a comprehensive read on channel, battery status, RF power output and more. The comfortable design is modeled after a standard handheld microphone for optimum performance and proper technique. The capsules are interchangeable and the transmitter operates up to 10 hours on two AA alkaline batteries.
Interchangeable Capsule Design
The REV Concert Handheld Transmitters feature interchangeable capsules. The capsule included with this model is the Electro-Voice RE510.
Comprehensive LCD Display
A back-lit LCD display for a comprehensive read on channel, battery status, RF power output and more.
Efficient Battery Life
The transmitter operates up to 10 hours on two AA alkaline batteries.
In the Box
Electro-Voice REV Concert Handheld Transmitter with Electro-Voice RE510 (C5 Band 722 - 746MHz / TV Chs 56-59)
3 Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Type of Transmitter
# Of Channels
950 Possible Frequencies - programmable in 25kHz steps