ProSound UHF Selectable Frequency Single Wireless Bodypack Microphone Kit

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About this product

Overview

  • Up to six hours battery life on just three AA batteries
  • Includes headset and tie-clip microphones
  • 16 license-free frequencies between 863 and 865 MHz

Product overview

  • 16 selectable license-free frequencies between 863 MHZ and 865MHz
  • Single wireless bodypack kit with headset and tie-clip microphones which is ideal for conferences, presentations and karaoke events
  • High band UHF (ultra high frequency) radio signals so as not to be interfered with by other items
  • Up to six hours battery life on just three AA batteries (included replacement Order Code L43AL)
  • 6.35mm jack output socket allows it to connect to most mixers, amplifiers and powered speakers

Special features
• battery powered reciever for completely wireless use

Why would I choose a wireless microphone?
Free yourself from wires with this wireless kit. With two microphone types to choose from with a headset and tie-clip microphone you can use the one best suited to you. The bodypack and receiver can be connected on one of 16 different selectable ultra high frequencies so you can get a clear sound without interference from other devices and obstacles.

Why would I use a bodypack kit?
The bodypack kit gives you a choice between a headset microphone, which is ideal if you’re moving around a lot such as a practical demonstrations, and a tie-clip microphone perfect for interviews. The microphones connect directly to the bodypack with a wire and then connect to the receiver wirelessly. You can get up to six hours of use out of three AA batteries.

How easy is it to set up the microphone and receiver?
Pop in your batteries and select your frequency to connect to the receiver. Set your receiver to the same frequency and receive your microphones signal. The receiver uses battery power and outputs the audio through a single ¼ inch (6.35mm) jack to go to a wide range of mixers, amps and powered speakers without needing its own mains socket to choose from you’ll get the clearest signal every time.

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wireless mic Keeps cutting out all the time. I’ve been left totally embarrassed whistle performing a 14 day show. Unreliable and terrible.
Date published: 2017-10-31
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Specification

Specifications
Microphone type Dynamic
Polar pattern N/A
Frequency range 863-865MHz
Mic connector UHF to receiving unit
Output connector 1 x balanced 1/4-inch (6.35mm) socket
Controls front Power, volume and signal
Power DC 12 V - 17 V @ 1 W
Dimensions 80 mm x 55 mm x 22mm Receiver
62 mm x 87 mm x 22 mm Transmitter
Net weight 500 g
Package contents 1x UHF wireless receiver
1x Bodypack transmitter
1x Tie clip microphone
1x Headset microphone
1x 1m ¼" jack to ¼" jack cable
3x 1.5V AA batteries
1x Instruction manual

Can I buy a replacement headset for the prosound if selectable frequency single wireless bodypack microphone kit.

Asked by: Rasher13110
Unfortunately we do not stock just the replacement headset .
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-10-19

What kind of "wire" is used to connect the mic to the transmitter? Can the transmitter be used with an instrument?

Asked by: Bellringer
This uses a 3.5mm jack.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-08-16

The contents list here says it includes a "1x 1m ¼" jack to ¼" jack cable" which it doesn't; it is a 3.5 mm jack to ¼" jack cable. What is it for? It is not listed on the contents list on the box or information sheet.

Asked by: SLAd
Thanks Dale - that is what I thought it should do. Trouble is there is no 1/4 jack socket on the receiver [or any other socket]. It has a built in jack plug so I am no nearer a solution.
Answered by: SLAd
Date published: 2017-08-11

Is this suitable for recording sound outside?

Asked by: alisonk1
The would be fore indoor use.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-06-28

Can this be used as a lapel mic with a computer to record a person giving a presentation

Asked by: ALASDAIR
Unfortunately this would not be suitable .
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-06-04

How many of these mics are you able to use together at any one time?

Asked by: Fran
The device can be used on any one of 16 frequencies, so in theory if you had a mixer with 16 individual inputs you could use 16 of these at once. You would need 16 kits and set each one to a different frequency.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-03-20

Are additional bodypacks and microphones available for the ProSound UHF Selectable Frequency Single Wireless Bodypack Microphone Kit Code: A75UR?

Asked by: Penguin number one
Unfortunately i am sorry but the item in question doesn't support use in you intended application.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-02-14

Does this need a licence to operate it?

Asked by: Clivo1
This information is presented as the very first line of both the product summary, product description. • 16 selectable license-free frequencies between 863 MHZ and 865MHz
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-11-09
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