UHF B210 DSP Solo V2 Lavalier Prodipe Wireless UHF
Including CHF0.40 for ecotax
UHF B210 DSP Headset Solo V2 Prodipe Wireless dynamic Mic vocalist. Use the new UHF B210 DSP, Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology equipped, to reproduce the musicality of your instruments and turn wireless into wired!. Specially designed for people on the move. It adapts perfectly to your morphology. Comfortable and light, it boasts a tailor-made cardioid capsule for singing and vocals
UHF B210 DSP Headset Solo V2
The new Prodipe headset mic is specially designed for people on the move.
It adapts perfectly to your morphology. Comfortable and light, it boasts a tailor-made cardioid capsule for singing and vocallist, and your acoustic instrument
Combine your instrument with the UHF B210 DSP Duo for wireless sound reproduction, directly using with the Headset STL directly !
- Adjustable headset mic
- DSP circuit
- Automatic IR search and selection of 100 available UHF frequencies
- Mini XLR connections on the UHF B210 DSP bodypack
- 1 balanced XLR output + 1 unbalanced Jack output.
- 8 B210 DSP systems can be used simultaneously
- Type: Electret condenser
- Directivity: Cardioid
- Sensitivity: -45dB ±3dB (0dB=1V/Pa - 1KHz)
- Frequency response: 100HZ - 12,5 KHz
- Output impedance: 2,2KΩ (to 1KHz)
- Cable lenght:1m
- Bandwith: 630 - 680MHz
- Frequencies: 100
- Dynamic range: >90dB
- Harmonic distorsion: <0.1%
- Frequency response: 30Hz - 20KHz
- Range: 60m
- Power consumption: 10mW
- Modulation: FM
- Power source:LR6 (AA) 1.5V ×2 (approx. 8h)
- Power supply: AC100~240V (50-60Hz)
- Voltage: 12V
- S/N Ratio: >96dB
- RX Sensitivity: <-94dBm
- Unbalanced audio output: 6.35mm Jack
- Balanced audio output: XLR
This piece of radio equipment is designed to be used at professional musical events or similar and for radio broadcasts.
This equipment conforms to the requirements of the RED 2014/53/EU European Directive. The frequencies used are subject to license in Belgium and Germany. Before using the equipment, please act in accordance with the provisions of the law currently operating in your country.