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Audio-Technica ATW-1102 System 10 Digital Wireless Hypercardioid Handheld Microphone System (2.4 GHz)

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Audio-Technica ATW-1102 System 10 Digital Wireless Hypercardioid Handheld Microphone System (2.4 GHz)
Key Features
  • For Presenters & Performers
  • Hypercardioid Handheld Mic/Transmitter
  • Triple-Diversity Tabletop Receiver
  • 7-Hour AA Batteries
The Audio-Technica ATW-1102 System 10 is a digital wireless handheld microphone system featuring an ATW-R1100 tabletop receiver. The portable system is well suited for quick setup in educational facilities, conference rooms, small venues, and houses of worship as well as web broadcast studios.
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Audio-Technica ATW-1102 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Clear Speech with Digital Audio and Handheld Hypercardioid Mic
  • 3Easy to Set Up, Easy to Operate
  • 4Three Levels of Diversity Assurance to Avoid Dropouts
  • 5Add Functionality to Your System

The Audio-Technica ATW-1102 System 10 is a digital wireless handheld microphone system featuring an ATW-R1100 tabletop receiver. The portable system is well suited for quick setup in educational facilities, conference rooms, small venues, and houses of worship as well as web broadcast studios.

The easy-to-use system comes preconfigured at the factory, ready to operate right out of the box with no setup required. Three levels of diversity reception and automatic frequency selection provide seamless, reliable performance with clear digital audio for presenters, lecturers, clergy, and performers.

The ATW-1102 includes a handheld transmitter with an integrated hypercardioid dynamic microphone capsule. The transmitter provides up to 7 hours of continuous use with two AA batteries, at a maximum range of 100'. For setups with multiple presenters, up to 8 mic channels can operate simultaneously in the same space.

Clear Speech with Digital Audio and Handheld Hypercardioid Mic
  • The System 10 offers full-bandwidth, 24-bit/48 kHz digital audio with none of the audio artifacts associated with analog companding.
  • The rugged handheld transmitter features an integrated dynamic microphone capsule that delivers a natural sound optimized for speech intelligibility.
  • The mic's hypercardioid polar pattern focuses audio capture tightly on the subject directly in front of the mic, minimizing background noise and feedback.
Easy to Set Up, Easy to Operate
Automatic Frequency Selection
  • Just power up the components, and the receiver automatically seeks out a clean frequency and pairs up with the transmitter, saving you the hassle of scanning and syncing.
  • While in use, the system continually monitors activity in the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi range and automatically switches to a clean frequency to avoid interference if necessary.

Portable Receiver Chassis

  • The tabletop receiver chassis features lightweight, plastic housing designed to let you stack multiple receivers on top of each other for convenience.
  • The chassis' front-panel LEDs show pairing statuses and warn you if the transmitter's input level is set too high and causing distortion.
  • A System ID number display indicates which transmitter is associated with a given receiver.
  • Rear-panel connections include balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4" output connections as well as an output level control.

Lightweight Handheld Transmitter

  • The transmitter is housed in a lightweight, plastic chassis.
  • An internal input trim control can be set—using the included screwdriver—to match the volume of your speaker or vocalist for distortion-free input.
  • With just a quick press, the power switch on the transmitter doubles as a mute function. This function can be locked out to prevent an accident.

Pairing Multiple Transmitters

  • With this peer-to-peer system, the transmitter can only transmit to one receiver at a time. However, up to 8 transmitters can be paired with a receiver ahead of time. This is useful in situations when you have multiple speakers, one after another, and you need to have them miked up and ready to go. All you'll have to do is turn one transmitter Off and the next one On.
Three Levels of Diversity Assurance to Avoid Dropouts
Triple Diversity Reception Maximizes Wireless Signal Integrity

  • Space Diversity: The receiver compares the signal showing up at its two antennas and chooses the strongest one.
  • Time Diversity: The transmitter sends the digital signal in two imperceptibly different time slots and compares the two.
  • Frequency Diversity: The digital audio is sent over two different frequencies at the same time and the system chooses the cleaner one.

For optimal performance, users are encouraged to maintain as direct a line of sight as possible between the transmitter and receiver.

2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Band

  • Unlike traditional analog wireless systems, the System 10 operates in the 2.4 GHz ISM band, away from interruptions and dropouts caused by TV and radio channel interference.
Add Functionality to Your System

  • Audio-Technica offers the ATW-T1001 bodypack transmitter with a variety of lavalier and headset microphone options to adapt your System 10 PRO as your needs evolve.
  • The MT830cW lavalier mic allows for hands-free presentations and features an omnidirectional polar pattern for consistent pickup even when the talent turns away from the mic.
  • The AT831cW mini cardioid lavalier mic offers a narrower, feedback-resistant pickup pattern for louder events.
  • The discrete PRO-92cW earset mic provides improved clarity in spoken word applications.


  • The AT-GcW guitar cable lets you connect the bodypack transmitter to a guitar or bass.

Video Conferencing

  • The ATW-T1006 boundary transmitter/mic is designed for tabletop use, ideal for applications such as video-conferencing where minimum visibility is required.


  • The ATW-T1007 base transmitter can be used with a gooseneck mic on a table for situations where wired mics are impractical.

Audio-Technica ATW-1102 Specs

Wireless TechnologyDigital 2.4 GHz
Included Transmitters1 x Bodypack
DiversityFrequency, Time & Space Diversity
RF Frequency Band2400 to 2483.5 MHz
Max Operating Range100' / 30.5 m (Line of Sight)
Max Transmitters per Band8
Sample Rate/Resolution48 kHz / 24-Bit
Dynamic Range>109 dB (Typical)
Receiver TypeTabletop
Antenna2 x External, Fixed (Front-Mount)
Number of Audio Channels1
Audio I/O1 x XLR 3-Pin Male Balanced Output (Lockable)
1 x 1/4" TS Female Unbalanced Output
Audio Output LevelXLR Output:
0 dBV (Balanced)
1/4" Output:
+6 dBV (Unbalanced)
Frequency Response20 Hz to 20 kHz (Dependent on Mic)
Power RequirementsAC/DC Power Adapter
AC/DC Power Adapter12 VDC at 0.5 A (Included)
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Display & Indicators1 x LED (Channel, Peak, Sync)
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Dimensions7.5 x 1.8 x 5.1" / 190 x 46.2 x 128.5 mm
Weight10.2 oz / 290 g
Transmitter TypeHandheld
RF Output Power10 mW
Audio I/ONone
MutingOff/On Switch
Power RequirementsBattery
Battery Type2 x AA (Not Included)
Approx. Battery Life7 Hours (Alkaline)
Display & Indicators1 x Multi-Segment LED (Channel)
Dimensions2 x 10" / 50 x 254.8 mm
Weight9.9 oz / 280 g
Microphone TypeHandheld
Sound FieldMono
Polar PatternHypercardioid
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.64 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.75 x 11.05 x 4.3"

Audio-Technica ATW-1102 Reviews

Excellent for the price

By William
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-09-29

This is an excellent unit for the price. It is important to keep the receiver unit away from any Wi-Fi equipment. The quality is actually amazing. This unit sounds more like a wired mic than wireless. Battery life for the transmitter could be better but it's manageable. An excellent choice.

Audio-Technica 1102

By Miss Bonnie the Assistant
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-12-02

this is used in our Sanctuary, mostly during Worship service on Sunday. The sound is great; it was very easy to setup and the mic is not heavy, at this point, we have not had any problems with it, we have ordered a second one.

Sounds great but....

By tim
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2015-11-21

the quality of sound is very good, but the microphone is almost un usable. If it is not in a mic stand and is being held in the hand you can hear every little movement of the fingers and hands.

Great sound

By Willy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-10-12

Lavalier model. Installed in small church, mic up front, receiver way in back. No interference, good signal, good sound. Lapel clip not as pictured. Wire spring on lapel clip that's supposed to hold mic lacks springiness, so just threaded wire through clip. Oh well. Set up easy, works great, good signal, no noise, no interference. Like the mute button feature on transmitter.

Quality Wireless Mic

By Jloubs34
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-06-11

The system has excellent quality and I have had no interference problems with it. I was getting a little extra white noise at one venue, but it ended up being an EQ issue that was resolved on the board. Otherwise, the system has served me well for both live music and DJ'ing weddings. Speeches sound just as good as live vocals over a 6 piece band. Looking to buy another system soon!

Great, just what I needed.

By Dr. E.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-08-27

I bought these to use for a variety of purposes, but mostly for speech. My wife is the one who primarily uses these and she is not a techie. I wanted microphones with clear signal that were very easy to set up and use. These have been exactly that. We travel with these and never know what the environment will be like. We have never had problems with poor signal or interference in the year we have had them. The lavaliers are a little delicate and we treat them as such so have never had any issues. If your treat your equipment with care it will serve you well.

WIFI Trouble

By David G
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2016-06-08

We have a least 10 UHF RF systems at our church. Thought we would get a System 10 to escape the crowded RF of our area. Worked with it almost a year now. The receiver is mounted 20 feet, line of site, from the speaking position - absolute best case set up! Sadly, The system Drops Out on an irregular basis, the only good thing is there is no audible click. This happens when anyone uses a Laptop or Ipad on the podium. A smart phone in a pocket of the person using the TX can cause the same problems. Even tried forcing other devices into 5.0Ghz ONLY. This did not help. Tried a friends System 10 and had same problems. I personally think the 2.4Ghz radio in TX is not powerful enough. Either way this system is not ready for professional applications. Sorry,love all your other products

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What are the licensing requirements in Ontario, Canada for these. Are these frequencies to remain legal?
Asked by: Anonymous
We cannot offer licensing or legal use advice for use outside the USA. Please check with local authorities for regulations.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Can I use both audio outputs at the same time? For example the XLR output going to my mixer, and the 1/4 in output going to another studio?
Asked by: Wayne N.
Both outputs would work at the same time.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-28


How do I connect the receiver to the audio board for broadcast?
Asked by: Paul
via a standard XLR cable.
Answered by: Gregory R.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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