Pyle Pro PDWM4300 4-Mic VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System

BH #PYPDWM4300 • MFR #PDWM4300
Pyle Pro PDWM4300 4-Mic VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System
Key Features
  • Frequency Range: VHF 169 - 270MHz
  • Four Microphone operation
  • Includes 2 Bodypack Transmitters
  • Includes 2 Lavalier & Headset Mics
The PylePro PDWM4300 4-Mic VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System delivers everything necessary to achieve multi-microphone operation in virtually any scenario. The system includes a multi-channel VHF wireless receiver with 4 individual 1/4" phone outputs and mixed stereo output. Choose between the 2 included bodypack transmitters or handheld microphones, or run them all simultaneously. There is a pair of lavalier or headset microphones included for general speech, hands-free instruction and various other wireless microphone applications.
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Pyle Pro PDWM4300 Overview

The PylePro PDWM4300 4-Mic VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System delivers everything necessary to achieve multi-microphone operation in virtually any scenario. The system includes a multi-channel VHF wireless receiver with 4 individual 1/4" phone outputs and mixed stereo output. Choose between the 2 included bodypack transmitters or handheld microphones, or run them all simultaneously. There is a pair of lavalier or headset microphones included for general speech, hands-free instruction and various other wireless microphone applications.

Professional VHF Wireless System
Two Handheld Microphones
Two Belt Pack Transmitters w/ Lavalier and Headset Mics
Power On/Standby/Off Switch
4x 9V Batteries and 1/4" Audio Cable Included
RF Indicators
AF Level Meters
Individual Volume Controls
1/4" Individual and Mixed Output
Frequency Range: VHF 169-270MHz
Operation Range: Up to 240' (73.15m)
UPC: 068888879262

Pyle Pro PDWM4300 Specs

System
Oscillation ModeQuartz controlled
Carrier Frequency RangeVHF 169 - 270MHz
Frequency Stability+/- 0.005%
Deviation+/- 56kHz with level limiting
Dynamic Range> 100dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio> / - 80dB
THD> / - 0.5%
Squelch"Pilotone & Noise lock" dual squelch circuit
Frequency Response100Hz ~ 15kHz
Operating RangeUp to 240' (73.15m)
Receiver
Sensitivity6dBµ V at S/N > 90dB
Image Rejection> 60dB
Frequency Stability> 80dB
Audio Output-12dB/600ohms unbalanced and balanced
Power15VDC/0.5A
Dimensions16.5 x 8.2 x 1.8" (41.91 x 20.82 x 4.57cm)
Transmitter
TransducerDynamic microphone(Handheld mic)
Condenser Microphone(Headset mic/clip-on mic)
AntennaBuilt-in housing(Handheld transmitter)
External(Belt pack transmitter)
RF Output< 10mW
Spurious Emission< -40dB
Battery9V Alkaline
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21 x 12 x 5"
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Any one out there please, I just received my Pyle PDWM4300 VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System i plug it into my Edisson 2000 wireless speakers and none of the chanels seams to received any signals, Do I need to have a mixer in order to use it or can i just plug it in directly to the speaker?
Asked by: J G.
The 1/4 or XLR MIXED output from the PDWM4300 receiver unit can be directly connected to a self powered speaker that features these input connections such as the Edison M2000.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

can a handheld mic for the Pyle PDWM4300 be bought separately?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately Pyle does not offer individual components such as wireless mics for sale separately.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

will the pylepro pmems10 connect to the body transmmitters of the pdwm4400?
Asked by: Michael R.
No it will not. The PMEMS10 has 4 pins that are wired specifically for Shure transmitters. The PDWM4400 requires a 3.5mm connector like BH#PYPMHM2.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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can I connect this system to my camera?
Asked by: Thames R.
This wireless system is generally to be used with a PA system. It also depends on what kind of camera you have. If it has a microphone input, then you technically will be able to connect with with the proper mixer/cables.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I am having issues with the hand held microphone (B Mic). After putting in the 9V battery and switched to the on position the light on the mic and on the receiver don't turn on. What could be wrong with it?
Asked by: Meherwan W.
Check to make sure both the receiver and mike are set to the same frequency.
Answered by: Expense Account F.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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