Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set

Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set

Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set

Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set

Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set

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Product Highlights

  • ZTX-M01 Handheld Microphone Transmitter
  • ZRX-HR50 Half-Rack Receiver
  • Ideal for Vocal Performance
  • 24-bit Linear PCM Audio Transmission
  • Interchangeable Cardioid Mic Capsule
  • Color LCD Display
  • Digital 5-Band Graphic EQ
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Sony DWZ-M50 overview

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The Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set features 24-bit linear PCM audio transmission and is ideal for vocal performance. The set includes both a ZTX-M01 handheld microphone transmitter and a ZRX-HR50 half-rack size receiver.

The handheld microphone features an interchangeable dynamic cardioid microphone capsule. Supercardioid dynamic, cardioid condenser and wide-cardioid dynamic capsules are separately available from Sony. The receiver features a balanced XLR output as well as two unbalanced 1/4" outputs. The color LCD display has an onboard menu system, allowing access to clear channel scan or manual channel selection. It also features a digital 5-band EQ.

In the Box
Sony DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set
  • Mic Holder
  • 2 x Antenna
  • AC Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Sony DWZ-M50 specs

    Wireless System Specs
    Carrier Frequency Range 2402.0 MHz to 2478.5 MHz
    Occupied Bandwidth 2.5 MHz
    Emissions Standards F1D and F1E
    Modulation Method GFSK
    Operating Temperature Range 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
    Storage Temperature Range -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
    Model Number ZTX-M01 handheld microphone transmitter
    RF Output Power 10 mW (e.i.r.p.)
    Antenna λ/4 monopole antenna
    Microphone Type Dynamic: unidirectional
    Frequency Response Transmission: 10 Hz to 22 kHz
    Microphone unit: 70 Hz to 16 kHz
    Maximum Input Level 142 dB SPL (when attenuator level is 12 dB)
    Dynamic Range 102 dB (A-weighted)
    Power Requirements 3.0 VDC:
    2 x AA (LR6) batteries
    Battery Life (approx.) 10 hrs of continuous use @ 77°F (25°C) ambient temperature
    Dimensions (Ø x L) 1.89 x 10.16" (48 x 258 mm)
    Weight 11 oz (305 g)
    Model Number ZRX-HR50 half-rack size receiver
    Antenna Connector BNC-R, 50Ω
    Frequency Response 10 Hz to 22 kHz
    Maximum Output Level Balanced Output:
    MIC: -22 dBu
    LINE: +24 dBu
    Unbalanced Output: +8 dBu
    Reference Output Balanced Output:
    MIC: -58 dBu
    LINE: -12 dBu
    Unbalanced Output: -28 dBu
    Power Requirements External DC input: 12 VDC
    Consumption Current 220 mA
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 6.6 x 1.7 x 3.8" (168 x 44 x 96 mm)
    Weight 1.12 lb (510 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.5 x 8.5 x 4.1"

    Sony DWZ-M50 reviews

    DWZ-M50 Digital Wireless Vocal Set is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from On The Road With The DWZ-M50 If SONY had known in advance about some of the things we were going to put their DWZ M50 hand held wireless through, they may have had second thoughts about sending it.Little did my contact at SONY (or I, for that matter) know that at one event, after delivering a very emotional tribute to his newly re-wed father, the prodigal son would slam the mic down on our table (BAM!) so he could give his dad a manhug that was decades past due. But, this is just the kind stuff that happens to microphones, week in and week out, and it's why they often end looking battered and tattered before their time. This is especially true when we use average Joe as our tester and for the last six weeks, we've been putting this SONY mic in the hands of plain folks who's only knowledge of mic technique was gained from watching music videos. Some eat it, some hold it over in the next county. Some respectfully hand it back to us with dignity, others throw it back like they were pitching a horseshoe.Oh, this test started off innocently enough, with our demo unit being handed off to one of the vocalists on our church's praise & worship team. As would be expected in this dignified setting, the user appreciated the quality of the unit as the mic performed flawlessly, with no drop outs and a very clean and clear, highly intelligible sound. In fact, this vocalist had nothing but positives to say, remarking how well balanced and easy to hold the mic was to use, how responsive it is and how she really didn't want to give it back. That was from someone who knows microphones.Then it was Let's get ready to rumble as we took the mic on the road to meet everyday folks caught up in the rowdy moment of celebrating. As a wedding DJ, there's little I fear more than seeing someone stumble toward the table, sloshing a beer, bent on getting their hands on my microphone. Partly because of what they might say (but I have an off switch for that) and mostly because of what that might do to the mic. Ah, but this isn't my mic. It's SONY's. On most of our summer wedding gigs, the mic was treated with reasonable care by still sober best men and maids of honor paying tribute to their newlywed friends. Sure, it's been dribbled on, spat upon and spilled upon with enough various liquids to fill a fishbowl (Hey SONY-are you sure you want this back?). Those were the good nights. Other nights it's been right out their in the center of the feedback zone partying it up with the local kings and queens of karaoke. It's been in the spotlight in the hands of professionals singing over a backing tracks and the same evening passed around the crowd for speeches, toasts and some guy vainly attempting to croon along with Clarence Carter's Strokin'.Aside from the kudos from the professionals who used the mic while it was in our care, no one else said anythingwhich is good, because who people who don't know what a good mic is typically only complain when you hand them one that makes them sound worse than they really do. This one never let us down. It was consistently reliable and intelligible, and even in this horrible application where the mic is right out in front of crankin' loud speakers, we were able to keep the vocalist predominant without crossing the line into ear bleeding feedback. A short demo on setting up the channels and the features of Sony's Dwizum 5-0 (as we called it) is posted on the Live2Play Network.Non-compensated review by Robert Lindquist for the Live2Play network
    Date published: 2013-10-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Didn't let me down. I was skeptical about this system before ordering because I've seen other people mentioning RF problem with this system. But once I received it, everything works just fine. You have to select the narrow band in order to get the 24bit PCM transmission. At the beginning I heard very little static noise when I switched from Wide to Narrow but it's gone after a while. Overall I really like the look and the sound of this system.
    Date published: 2015-03-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Vocal wireless Microphone Easy wireless setup using balanced XLT output into microphone input jack of my karaoke player . Very good transmitter giving a natural human voice with a customized built in equalizer in the receiver unit . A home version from Sony with very good value for years to come.It also shows the remaining hours for the batteries in the microphone for transmission. Fun to use and nothing bad to be said about.
    Date published: 2014-12-27
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