AMT Z1L-5C Wireless Alto/Bass Flute Microphone System

AMT Z1L-5C Wireless Alto/Bass Flute Microphone System

AMT Z1L-5C Wireless Alto/Bass Flute Microphone System

B&H # AMZ1L5C MFR # Z1L-5C
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Product Highlights

  • 4-Point Isolation Ring for Microphone
  • Clip-On Wireless Transmitter
  • Dual-Channel Receiver
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
  • 99 Selectable Radio Channels
  • LCD Displays
  • Mute Button
  • Parallel 1/4" Out
  • Hand Made in the USA
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AMT Z1L-5C overview

  • 1Description

The Z1L-5C Wireless Alto/Bass Flute Microphone System is a beltpack-free wireless microphone system that consists of a Z1L alto and bass flute microphone, a Wi5IIC wireless transmitter, a microphone cable, a ZRIII dual receiver, and a hardshell carrying case. The Wi5IIC system attaches to the Z1L microphone and then clips onto the flute via a specially designed clamp. The flute microphone is suspended within a 4-point isolation ring to minimize handling noise. It is powered by either 1 AA battery or by phantom power.

The ZRIII dual-channel receiver allows up to two separate microphone and transmitter signals to be sent to one receiver. The receiver features two separate balanced XLR outputs so that each channel can be controlled independently. Using infrared control from the receiver you can select 99 non-interfered transmission channels in the UHF spectrum. The wide selection of transmission channels affords you greater flexibility in setting up your flute for live sound reinforcement. The wireless microphone system is hand made in the USA.

Rechargeable Battery
The transmitter features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides 7-8 hours of continuous use and may be recharged over 1000 times
LCD Displays
The transmitter and the receiver both feature illuminated LCD displays for easy controls in situations with minimal light
Parallel Out
The receiver features a 1/4" parallel output for audio channel A
Clip On
The wireless transmitter and receiver system will work with any AMT microphone or AMT preamp. This allows you to use the system with different instruments and setups
Detachable Antennas
The receiver includes detachable antennas in case you choose to add a booster kit or install the unit into an equipment rack
Mute Button
For saving battery life, the transmitter includes both a mute button and an on/off switch
99 Selectable Radio Channels
The transmitter and receiver system can utilize 99 distinct non-interfered radio channels, with frequency banks for USA, Canada, Australia, and Europe. There are also another 560 adjustable free frequencies on which to operate
In the Box
AMT Z1L-5C Wireless Alto/Bass Flute Microphone System
  • Z1L Alto and Bass Microphone
  • Z1L Clamp
  • Microphone Cable
  • 4-Point Shock Mount
  • Wi5IIC Transmitter
  • ZRIII Receiver
  • Hardshell Carrying Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    AMT Z1L-5C specs

    Transducer Condenser
    Polar Pattern Cardioid
    Frequency Response 50 to 18,000 Hz
    Dynamic Range Not specified by the manufacturer
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio Not specified by the manufacturer
    Maximum Input Level 120 dB
    Power Requirements 12 to 52 VDC
    Output Impedance 150 Ω
    Output Connector 3-pin XLR
    Pad No
    Low Frequency Roll-Off No
    Dimensions Flex arm: 3.5" (8.9 cm)
    Cable: 6.0' (1.9 m)
    Wireless Features
    Carrier Frequency UHF 600-930 MHz
    Frequency Stability <±30 ppm
    Dynamic Range >95 dB
    Total Harmonic Distortion <0.5%
    Frequency Response 40 to 15,000 Hz ± 3 dB
    Audio Output Level Balance 400 mV
    Unbalance 400mV
    Power Supply 15-17 VDC
    Power Consumption 2 W
    Signal to Noise Ratio >95 dB
    Image Rejection >80 dB

    Border Upon Channel Rejection: >80 dB
    Receiving Sensitivity 5 dBuV
    De-Emphasis 50 uS

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