Sennheiser XSW-12-GB Tie Clip Microphone Kit (License Required)

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About this product


Product overview

• 12 pre-set channels between 606MHz and 630MHz* to prevent any interference with any other wireless kits
• Single wireless clip on microphone kit that is ideal for conferences, presentations and interviews
• High band UHF (ultra-high frequency) radio signals so as not to be interfere with by other devices
• Powered from 2 AA batteries (included)
• 6.35mm jack output socket allows it to connect to most mixers, amplifiers and powered speakers
• The supplied microphone is cardioid in design that isolates ambient noise and is resistant to feedback

*Please Note : As this wireless tie clip microphone kit can operate on frequencies 606MHz to 614MHz, an individual UHF channel 38 PMSE license is required for use within the UK

What makes this kit unique?
This microphone kit is supplied with a single tie clip microphone which is programmed onto a selectable ultra-high frequency range of between 606MHz and 630MHz to prevent interference with other devices. The receiver is pre-programmed to be linked to this microphone and is ready to go out of the box. The microphone is powered from two AA batteries that are supplied and is easy to set up. Replacement AA batteries are available here.

Why would I choose a wireless microphone?
The wire-free design allows you to go further than you would with a wired microphone and without the cable trailing along the floor. This gives you a greater freedom of movement without getting tangled in the wire - perfect for presenting to an audience or even singing in a room where cables could cause a hazard.

Will the signals be interfered with?
This microphone kit is programmed with an ultra-high frequency meaning it will not pick up other signals or be interfered with by other devices. =

How easy is the microphone and receiver to set up?
This Sennheiser kit is simple to set up. Once you have removed everything from the box, simply install the included AA batteries into the bodypack before connecting the tie clip microphone. Plug the receiver into a mains power socket and then connect the receiver to a mixer, amplifier or powered speaker. Once you have set the volume to the perfect level and channel, you are ready to get underway with your event.


Polar pattern Omni-directional
Product Style Clip on
Frequency range 606 MHz to 630 MHz
Sensitivity AF Sensitivity; 5 mV/Pa
Impedance Not applicable
Mic connector Wireless
Output connectors 6.35 mm
Controls (front) Standby, up button, down button, sync button, set button, volume control
PSU (volts / amps) DC 12 V @ 300 mA
Batteries required 2 x AA batteries
Dimensions 200 x 42 x 127 mm
Net weight 730 g
Package contents
1 EM 10 Stationary Receiver
1 SK 20 Bodypack Transmitter
1 ME 2-2 clip-on microphone (omnidirectional pick-up pattern)
1 NT 2-3 power supply
2 antennas
2 AA batteries
1 pouch
Instruction manual

can you have more than one microphone being used at the same time through this device?

Asked by: gary
Unfortunately i am sorry but the item in question doesn't support use in you intended application.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-01-03

I record church services and would like to be able to cut the preacher when singing Hymns as he drowns out the congregations singing, so along with the above set, Sennheiser XSW-12-GB Tie Clip Microphone what other microphone would you suggest I use? Joe

Asked by: joefromthefort
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Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-09-06

How far apart can the microphone be away from the receiver, before it affect the reception?

Asked by: John
This would depend on the situation it was used in, and how many obstacles were in the way. for line of sight with nothing in the way it would be around 100m.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2016-08-16

Does this set operate in the license free frequency range (Ch 70) in the UK ?

Asked by: AndyT
The device uses Channel 38 As of 2012, the UK UHF frequencies from 606.500 - 613.500 MHz (Channel 38) are available for shared radio microphone use. Shared means that a license is required to use these frequencies, but once a license is obtained the Licensee (and anyone hiring equipment from them) can use these frequencies anywhere in the UK. However, other users may be using the same frequencies in your area, so there is no protection from interference.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-11-25
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