Pyle Pro PDWM4400 4-Mic VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System

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Pyle Pro PDWM4400 4-Mic VHF Wireless Rack Mount Microphone System
Key Features
  • Frequency Range: VHF 169 - 270MHz
  • Four Microphone operation
  • Includes 4 Bodypack Transmitters
  • Includes 4 Lavalier & Headset Mics
The PylePro PDWM4400 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. Easily run all 4 transmitters simultaneously, choose between lavalier or headset microphones or any combination thereof.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Pyle Pro PDWM4400 Overview

The PylePro PDWM4400 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. Easily run all 4 transmitters simultaneously, choose between lavalier or headset microphones or any combination thereof.

Professional VHF wireless system
4 Beltpack 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
UPC: 068888881357

Pyle Pro PDWM4400 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/600 ohms unbalanced and balanced
Power15VDC/0.5A
Dimensions16.5 x 8.2 x 1.8" (41.91 x 20.82 x 4.57cm)
Transmitter
TransducerCondenser Microphone(Headset mic/clip-on mic)
AntennaExternal
RF Output< 10mW
Spurious Emission< -40dB
Battery9V Alkaline
Packaging Info
Package Weight7.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20.7 x 12 x 5.6"
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If I mount this system into my rack and another different system of 4 handheld wireless mic and them together are they still ok?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hard to say. It would depend if your other system would create interference.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What is heard on the headset of each unit? Can this system be used as bi-directional communication with studio camera operators in a church setting?
Asked by: Anonymous
The PDWM4400 includes headworn mic. There is no actual earcup driver. This is not a bi-directional communication system. It will only operate as a wireless mic system.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is the wireless mic system new
Asked by: Anonymous
All items in our inventory are new unless clearly stated otherwise on the item's page, or if you are searching on the Used section of our website.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

If I buy two of these in the same purchase, can they be placed on separate frequencies so that I can use two systems simultaneously?
Asked by: Anonymous
Currently only one frequency range is available for the PDWM4400 system. One system operational simultaneously per location.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Is it new
Asked by: Anonymous
I received my order new in a box.
Answered by: Bernardino M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can you record the audio into your DSLR? Do you need an external audio recorder and hook it up to the main unit to record audio? Thank you.
Asked by: Jorge H.
The unit has a separate xlr out for each microphone channel and a 1/4 inch phono mixed output that mixes all 4 channels . You should be able to plug any of these into your DSLR and record them.
Answered by: Chris B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

We are doing a show and wonder how the receiver hooks up to the speaker. Is it wireless or do I have to plug it in? We want to have 4 wireless microphones hooked up and turn down each person as they not needed at certain times. How long do the batteries last?
Asked by: David M.
Plug the connector from receiver out to the powered mixer input. We instruct the user to turn off the microphone on their end not in the system to avoid accidental cut off and to prolong the life of the battery. (Battery life is depend on usage, ours is 3 months with 2 hrs. used every Sunday
Answered by: Bernardino M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

What range would I expect from this unit? I would be looking at about 100 feet.
Asked by: Anonymous
We used it in our church at 300' range. It all depends on what is in between and what radio interference is present.
Answered by: Jerry S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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