ProSound VHF Twin Handheld Radio Mic Kit

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• Two fixed frequencies of 173MHz and 175MHz
• Twin wireless handheld microphone kit that is ideal for conferences, presentations and karaoke events
• High band VHF (very high frequency) radio signals so as not to be interfered with by other devices
• Up to six hours battery life on just one 9V PP3 battery (included)
• Twin frequencies allows both microphones to be used at the same time
• 6.35mm jack output socket allows it to connect to most mixers, amplifiers and powered speakers
• A unidirectional handheld cardioid microphone that isolates ambient noise and is resistant to feedback

What makes this kit unique?
This wireless microphone kit is supplied with two handheld mics that are pre-programmed onto two different frequencies to prevent interference with each other. The receiver has two antennae which will detect both frequencies, allowing both microphones to be used at the same time during a karaoke or other performance. Each microphone is powered from a single PP3 battery and is easy to set up.

Why would I choose a wireless microphone?
The wire-free design of these microphones allows you to go further than you would with a wired microphone and without the cable trailing along the floor. This will give you a greater freedom of movement without getting tangled in the wire. The hazard of a long microphone cable will be removed when using this microphone kit to present to an audience or even sing karaoke.

Will the signals be interfered with?
This microphone kit comes under the higher band of VHF (very high frequency). This means that it won’t be interfered with by cordless telephones, walkie-talkies, radio controlled toys and FM radios, as these devices work on the lower band (49 – 108MHz). This means you can use your microphone without fear of picking any other signals up.

How easy is the microphone and receiver to set up?
This ProSound kit is simple to set up. Once you have removed everything from the box, unscrew the bottom of each microphone and insert a 9V PP3 battery into each. Plug the receiver into a mains power socket and then connect the receiver to a mixer, amplifier or even a set of powered speakers. After this, set the volume to the perfect level for each microphone and you are ready for your performance, presentation or seminar.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from H McCadden I think this is a really good investment for small organisations such as ... Theatres schools small concerts but not for ... larger concerts big events I really recommend this for a small DJ company. It does not how ever give a clear crisp sound when it comes to use of singing-Which does not for fill the needs of which I bought it.
Date published: 2014-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought These Mics Today, And Using Them As We Speak great sound qaulity good range worth well more than there money but the true test is how long will they last day, weeks, months, years etc first night using them FAB!! :)
Date published: 2013-11-24
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Specification

Specifications
Polar pattern Cardioid
Product style 2 x handheld
Frequency range 173.8 MHz & 175 MHz
Sensitivity 5 dBuV
Impedance n/a
Mic connector VHF Wireless
Output connectors 6.35 mm
Controls (front) Power, Volume x 2
PSU (volts / amps) DC 12-18 V @ 1W
Batteries required 2 x PP3
Dimensions Receiver 148 x 115 x 35 mm
Transmitter 50 x 50 x 238 mm
Net weight 1.1 Kg
Package contents
2 mics
Receiver
PSU
Audio cable
2 x PP3 batteries
2 foam shields

Does this unit have separate outputs for each microphone or does it provide a single mixed output?

Asked by: nigell
This will have separate outputs.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-07-26

what range do the microphones have? And is it a 1/4 jack?

Asked by: Smiler
This is about 30/40m line of sight and this is 1/4 jack.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-07-04

I have already bought this product from Maplin but now need to expand to 6 microphones. Can I get 2 more kits or would they interfere with each other. Can I just buy more mikes?

Asked by: Winslowboy
Unfortunately, buying more kits would cause interference unless you used ones with different frequencies. this kit only allows 2 microphones to be connected so extra mic's are not supported
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2016-11-16

When connected to my amp there is significant mains hum through the speakers. This is only when connected to the radio receiver . Usually grounding the screen in the connection cable to the amp( grounding both devices together). No gnd on the rec??

Asked by: Rodney
My amp uses a 3 pin XLR connection to two pin Mono plug on wireless unit. Connect sleeve to XLR 1 strapped to 3 and tip to XLR 2. 
Answered by: Rodney
Date published: 2016-05-27

can you buy additional microphones for this

Asked by: workerdrone01
Unfortunately i am sorry but the item in question doesn't support use in you intended application.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-05-06

- Does the item come with a carry case like previous microphones I have bought from you? - What are the differences between this item, and the item found in this link: http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/prosound-vhf-twin-handheld-radio-mic-kit-n47qr Many thanks!

Asked by: OliD
No carry case is included. N47QR works on slightly different frequency and is an older product that will be discontinued from range once stock is exhausted.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-01-07

Is the prosound vhf twin handheld radio Mic kit rechargeable

Asked by: snake
No these use replaceable batteries.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-07-17

what is the range  30m or 50meter

Asked by: Patel
This device will work up-to 50m from the receiver.
Answered by: DaveB
Date published: 2015-07-17
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