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TS-8808HH | UHF Wireless Handheld Dual Microphone System

$210.28

  • UHF wide frequency band design provides 200 selectable channels, multiple sets of system can be used simultaneously.
  • D-PLL RF frequency lock technique for accurate frequency and stable performance.
  • Twice frequency conversion receiving technique features high interference-resistant capability.
  • Professional audio companding technique for reducing the noise and increasing the dynamic range.
  • Button lock function on receiver prevents mis-operation.

Transmit power switching function for reducing radiation and extend the battery life when switching to low transmit power under short operating range.

Adjustable receiving sensitivity function for desired receiving effect or operating range according to actual environment.

Receiver and transmitters feature intuitive working status LCD for convenient use.

Specifications
Frequency range: 740-790 MHz
Modulation mode: FM
Bandwidth: 50 MHz
Number of frequencies: 200
Frequency spacing: 250 KHz
Frequency stability: ± 0.005%
Dynamic Range:> 100 dB
Maximum frequency deviation: ± 45 KHz
Frequency response: 80Hz-18KHz (± 3dB)
S / N Ratio:> 105dB +
Total Harmonic Distortion: ≤ 1.0%
 
Receiver Specification 
Receiver mode: superheterodyne dual frequency conversion
Intermediate Frequency: first: 110 MHz;
Second: 10.7 MHz
Antenna interface: TNC / 50Ω
Sensitivity: 12 dB μ V (80dBS / N)
Sensitivity space: 12-32 dBμV
Spurious suppression: ≥ 75dB
Maximum output level: + 10dBV
 
Transmitter Specification
Output power: high power 10mW; low power 3mW
Spurious suppression: -60 dB
Power supply: 2 pcs. AA batteries
Operating time: more than 10 hours under 10mW power, more than 15 hours under 3mW power
 
Product Content
1 x receiver
2 × handheld microphone
1 x Audio cable
1 x power adapter
2 x antenna
1 × code corner
1 x Instruction Manual

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