Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System

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Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System
Key Features
  • 174MHz - 216MHz VHF Carrier Frequency
  • Dual Microphone Operation
  • Includes 2 Handheld Transmitters
  • Individual and Mixed Stereo Outputs
The Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System is a cost effective solution for general speech, presentations, DJs, karaoke and more. The system features a wireless receiver and 2 wireless handheld transmitter microphones capable of simultaneous operation. There are separate outputs for sending each microphone's audio signal into separate channels of a mixer or recording device; there is a mixed stereo output as well. Additional features include individual level control, 9V battery power for the transmitters and telescoping antennas.
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Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Overview

The Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Professional Dual VHF Wireless Handheld Microphone System is a cost effective solution for general speech, presentations, DJs, karaoke and more. The system features a wireless receiver and 2 wireless handheld transmitter microphones capable of simultaneous operation. There are separate outputs for sending each microphone's audio signal into separate channels of a mixer or recording device; there is a mixed stereo output as well. Additional features include individual level control, 9V battery power for the transmitters and telescoping antennas.

Professional VHF 2 Channel Wireless System
Dual Handheld Microphones Included
Dual Telescoping Receiver Antennas
Dual Volume Controls with Digital Readout
On/Off Broadcasting Switch
1/4" Individual line outputs & Mixed 1/4" outputs
UPC: 068888901826

Pyle Pro PDWM2100 Specs

Carrier Frequency174MHz - 216MHz
Dynamic Range80dB
THD0.5%
Frequency Response60Hz ~ 12KHz
Operation Range164 - 492' (50 - 150m)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio80dB
PowerReceiver Power Supply: AC 110/240V
Microphone Power Source: 9V Battery
DimensionsReceiver Dimensions: 1.0 x 7.9 x 11.4" (25.4 x 200 x 290mm)
Microphone Dimensions: 9.6 x 1.9 x 1.3" (244 x 48.26 x 33.02mm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.5 x 11.1 x 2.5"
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Hello - bought an adaptor to plug into a normal speaker and the sound is very low. Have other people experienced this? Any suggestions?
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CAN YOU HOOK UP OTHER SPEAKERS TO IT TO PUT AROUND THE ROOM?
Asked by: Anonymous
This product has a single 1/4 inch output that must be plugged into a separate amplifier. It does not make sound on its own.
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Can I use multiple of these without interference or any other problems?
Asked by: Tyler V.
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