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The AKG DHT 700 Handheld Transmitter with C5 Condenser Capsule and V2 Firmware is the digital wireless transmitter intended for use with the AKG DMS 700 wireless microphone system. The capsule's Cardioid polar pattern effectively minimizes off-axis noise and feedback, and its signal encryption prevents RF interference. The transmitter will operate up to 8 hours on 2 AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries.
Cardioid polar pattern
Ultra-wide tuning range of 155 MHz
Signal Encryption for prevents unintended signal reception for sensitive applications
Rugged all-metal construction
Up to 50mW software selectable RF-output power
8 hours battery life and 7-segment battery status information
Infrared data link
Status data transmission to receiver
Integrated charging contacts for 2-hour quick-charging of rechargeable batteries inside transmitter
In the Box
AKG DHT 700 - Digital Wireless Handheld Transmitter with C5 Condenser Capsule and V2 Firmware
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Type of Transmitter
DHT 700 Handheld
# Of Channels
Type of Input Connector
Type of Microphone
Interchangeable Mic Heads
D5 or C5 Capsules
25 Hz to 20 kHz
Battery Type/Approx. Life
AA Alkaline or Rechargeable x2
Not Specified By Manufacturer
9.1 x 2" (231 x 52 mm)
11.8 oz (336 g)
AKG DHT 700 - Digital Wireless Handheld Transmitter with C5 Condenser Capsule and V2 Firmware Review