Azden 310LT UHF On-Camera Lavalier System

Azden 310LT UHF On-Camera Lavalier System

Azden 310LT UHF On-Camera Lavalier System

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Azden 310LT UHF On-Camera Lavalier System

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Product Highlights

  • 566.125 - 589.875 MHz
  • 188 UHF Selectable Frequencies
  • 310UDR Camera-Mount Diversity Receiver
  • 35BT Bodypack Microphone Transmitter
  • EX-503L Lavalier Microphone
  • Main and Headphone Receiver Outputs
  • Pivoting Diversity High-Gain Antennas
  • x2 AA Battery Powered
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The Azden 310LT UHF On-Camera Bodypack System is a powerful yet affordable UHF wireless microphone system for camera-mount applications. The system consists of Azden's 35BT bodypack transmitter, EX-503L lavalier microphone and 310UDR camera-mount diversity receiver. With a feature set that includes 188 user selectable UHF frequencies, pivoting high-gain diversity antennas, and LCD digital display, the 310LT is guaranteed to meet the demands of consumer and professional video applications alike. The 310UDR receiver features main and headphone monitor outputs, and a removable shoe-mount adapter. Both the transmitter and receiver operate on standard AA alkaline batteries (not included).

188 Selectable UHF Freq. (566.125-589.875 MHz)
New, Pivoting diversity High-Gain Antenna
Digital LCD Display w/Multifunction Readout
Mini-Jack Out w/Supplied 24" Mini-to-XLR Cable
Headphone Output on Receiver
Attached/Removable Shoe-Mount
Powered by 2 "AA" Batteries (not included)
UPC: 095528310069
In the Box
Azden 310LT UHF On-Camera Lavalier System
  • 310UDR UHF On-Camera Receiver
  • EX-503L Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone
  • 35LT Bodypack Transmitter
  • Mini to XLR Cable - 24" (60.96cm)
  • 2 x Pivoting High-Gain Antennas
  • Removable Shoe-Mount
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Azden 310LT specs

    Type of System Portable UHF Lavalier
    RF Carrier Frequency Range UHF 188 Freq. (566.125-589.875 MHz)
    Approx. Working Range 200 - 300'
    Overall Frequency Response 50 to 15kHz
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio >84dB (100% Deviation)
    # Of Channels 188
    # Of Simultaneous Systems 9
    Type of Receiver 310UDR On-Camera Diversity Receiver
    Type of Outputs MIC Level - Balanced
    1/8" (3.5mm) Mini-Jack -28 dBm (100% Deviation - Mic Level)
    Headphone Monitoring Yes 1/8" (3.5mm) Mini-Jack
    Battery Type/Approx. Life 2x "AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5V) - 5-6 hours runtime
    2x "AA" rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
    Display LCD Digital
    Mounting Options Attached/Removable Shoe-Mount
    Antenna Type 2x Pivoting Diversity High-Gain Antenna
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.48 x 3.86 x 1.12" (63 x 98 x 28.5mm)
    Weight 6.7oz (190g) w/batteries
    Type of Transmitter 35BT Bodypack Transmitter
    Microphone EX-503L Lavalier
    Battery Type/Approx. Life 2x "AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5V) - 6-8 hours runtime
    2x "AA" rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
    Deviation +/- 40kHz @ 1kHz Modulation
    MIC Input - 11dBm
    Mute Switch On/Off
    RF Power 25mW
    Display LCD Digital
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.52 x 3.93 x 1.16" (64 x 100 x 27mm)
    Weight 6oz (170g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.6 x 11.9 x 3.0"

    Azden 310LT reviews

    310LT UHF On-Camera Lavalier System is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 41.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent quality I almost did not buy this wireless mic/transmitter because it has only one channel. But then I realized that I rarely need to use two wireless mics. I'm very glad I bought this. The sound and transmitting quality have been perfect. I've used it for a groom mic at weddings. For some events, I've placed it by a PA speaker or on a podium for an organization's presentation if I didn't have a better audio link solution. It's also small, fitting easily on a portable camera. And it uses only two AA batteries, which makes it lighter and more convenient then other systems I've used. I'm very happy with this system.
    Date published: 2015-10-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not pleased at all There wasn't any interference, and the audio wasn't overmodulated, but it picked up almost every sound in the room. The first time I used it, I interviewed someone in a busy restaurant, thinking that as a lavalier uni-directional mic, it would cancel out other noises (for the most part) while focusing on the interview subject. I was dead wrong. The sound was just as noisy and busy on the wireless mic as it was on my shotgun mic mounted to my camera. I have since returned the microphone. Although I did love the mount on the camera. That was very handy. Bottom line: If you want a good wireless lav system, you have to pay for it.
    Date published: 2010-12-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from As good as the Sony UWP-V6 (Which I own) I purchased this system 8 days ago and took it to action on July 8 and 9th 2011 on a wedding. The lavaliere captured the bride, groom and priest as well as the V-6. I can't even tell the difference between my $1,500.00 Sony UWP-V6 and this one. I used this 310LT on the groom. he was 2 floors below in the church's basement getting ready. That means THROUGH WALLS, very far away while I was 2 floors up in the isle in position monitoring his audio before the service starts. And still NO HISSING or DROPOUTS WHATSOEVER! That was incredible for the price it costs. I have several lavaliere mics for each system for specific applications and uses. According to someone else's review below, he states that the mic that comes with this unit is bad and captures every sound in the room...He was trying to interview a person with a omnidirectional lav in a busy and loud place which to me that's pretty ignorant. he used the wrong Lav mic for the wrong App. The lav that comes with it has a crisp sound, excellent highs and mid range and just enough weight on the low frequencies without sound coloration, just perfect. OK, for the uneducated ones that know nothing about lavaliere mics, there are different types of lavaliere mics and manufacturers realize that most applications are weddings. SO, the mics that ship with most sony, senheiser azden etc are OMNIDIRECTIONAL mics, DESIGNED to capture everything around which is what YOU WANT if you are shooting a wedding ceremony. Now, if you need a lavaliere mic for Corporate interviews and the like, you need to order a UNIDIRECTIONAL lavaliere. You will have a great system that costs very cheap (compared to Sony and Senheiser)
    Date published: 2011-07-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good for the price I have been a still photographer all my long life and Im in the experimental stage with audio/video, so I'm not really that experienced, but here goes.....I tried them on both a Nikon D750 and D800 cameras, after making adjustments in the camera movie mode I have found the Azden performed very well, no interference, no background hissing, the sound was very clean and clear. But its important to make settings in the camera movie mode. My overall experience with Azden has been a fun rewarding experience. For the beginner in video and for the price I'm very pleased.
    Date published: 2015-09-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good performance at an affordable price! I was a little nervous in waiting for this system to arrive because of a terrible review of Azden 330LT units released on Youtube right after I completed my purchase.Needless to say, as soon as I received the wireless system, I put it through its paces and tested it thouroughly... And my fears have completely subsided.This system is very user friendly (I had it running within a few minutes of opening the box), sturdy and works flawlessly.During one of my tests, I left the receiver, hooked up to my Tascam DR-40, on the kitchen table and proceeded to walk around the house, no line of sight, in and out of rooms. The signal never dropped, and the recorded audio was clean, crisp and very well balanced - the included lavalier is very decent.The system may look rudimentary compared to a Sennheiser G3 and all of its bells and whistles (ie. the depth of the interface), but I believe that for $ less, you are getting the best bang for the buck: great performance from a UHF system with a diversity receiver, a decent well-balanced lavalier and a protective case.
    Date published: 2012-11-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Audio Good on-camera audio. We use it for conferences and in-field production. We have another Azden unit that has recently had dropout of audio at about 50!ft distance, so, I refrain from giving it 5 stars! Will advise if there are problems! Thinking about other brands for the future.
    Date published: 2016-05-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and Perfect for Run-And-Gun I was a bit skeptical how well this product would operate based on other reviews, but I must say that I am VERY please with it's performance so far. I do a lot of HDSLR work and this mic is perfect for helping with that. The receiving unit mounts straight to the camera via the cameras hotshoe, then the small 3.5mm audio cable runs straight into the camera. It's very simple to leave the unit on the camera for all day filming, or to quickly switch it with a regular shotgun mic. The range is pretty good even through walls and buildings. I tested it out and was perfectly clear from 40 feet away, even while going through walls. My favorite feature is actually how simple it is to adjust the levels on the mic. There's a small tool that is always with the pack (inside the battery area) that makes it take less than 2 seconds to adjust the levels recorded as well as the levels sent out. AWESOME!
    Date published: 2011-09-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just what I was looking for, mostly. The system works as advertized. Works well at resonable distances and on moving subjects. Allows great freedom in both ENG and EFP style sessions. But, the microphone is too prone to picking up stray off axis sounds and room noises. Fortunately, the standard mini-plug will allow me to use a better mic. I use a Shure system that requires external power for the reciever but the proprietary mic is a better location device.
    Date published: 2011-02-07
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