JTS 901D BODY PACK AND PIN MIC
* PLL synthesized technology with 193 selectable UHF channels.
* True Diversity Technology prevents dropouts in the RF link.
* Equipped with S.A.W. filter for interference free operation.
* Built-in mute, Noise and tone-key squelch.
* ”Lock-on” mode avoids accidental changes of frequency, sensitivity and power-off.
* Equipped with both XLR balanced and Ø6.3mm unbalanced outputs.
* Tuned antennas for the most stable RF reception.
* Compact half rack space design with all metal receiver housing.SKU: UNI0064
Product DescriptionUHF PLL body-pack transmitter with lavalier microphone
* 193 Selectable channels.
* Phase-locked Loop (PLL) synthesized tuner.
* Powered by 2 x AA batteries with 12 hrs. average battery life.
* 4 Pin Mini XLR connector.
* Heavy Duty metal case.
* LCD display.
* The “lock-on” function prevents tampering and RF interruption.
Frequency Preparation PLL Synthesized Control
Carrier Frequency Range 502~960 MHz
3x Frequency Range 856.100 – 864.900 MHz (F band)
606.500 – 629.900 MHz (U band)
721.500 – 748.375 MHz (G band)
658.125 – 678.500 MHz (D band)
487.125 – 506.500 HHz (I band)
502.000 – 694.000 MHz (T band)
RF Outputs 10mW
Frequency Deviatio ±48KHz
LCD Display Frequency, Battery Fuel Gauge
Controls Power On/Off, AF Level,
Frequency Up/Down, Lock-on Mode
Spurious Emissions <-50 dBC
Audio Frequency Response 40~18,000 Hz
Battery UM3, AA 1.5V*2
* Uni-direction for high-quality voice pick-up.
* Wide dynamic range and frequency response for excellent sound reinforcement.
* Small size for minimum visibility.
* Together with clip for easy attaching to a tie, lapel, dress etc.
Connector 4P Mini XLR
Frequency Response 100~15,000 Hz
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Sensitivity (at 1KHz) -60±3 dB* (1mV)*0dB=1V/μbar
Max. SPL for 1% THD 130dB
Dimension(mm) Ø10.1mm(W)* 26.4mm(H)
Net Weight 21.5gSKU: UNI0065
SAMSON AirLine 77 AF1/AG1 Guitar – Wireless System
Samson‘s AirLine 77 AF1/AG1 Guitar system offers a true wireless experience with no beltpacks or cables, allowing total freedom of mobility. The system includes either a AF1 Fender® (Stratocaster) or AG1 Gibson®-style transmitter that plugs into your guitar or bass, along with the CR77 receiver.
The AF1 and AG1 Guitar Transmitters plug directly into the jack of the guitar with no cables running to a pack. The AF1 plugs in at a 45° angle for body mounted recessed jacks, while the AG1 is a 90° plug suitable for most popular straight angle jacks. These transmitters provide complete wireless freedom with no beltpacksor cables required. And they both offer up to 14 hours of battery life using a single AA battery
The core of the receiver system is the CR77 True Diversity half-rack UHF receiver. It works flawlessly with all AirLine UHF transmitters. Featuring a front panel display with large multi-segment audio level and RF level LED meters, and a large rotary volume knob that allows easy adjustment of audio output, the CR77 takes all of the guesswork out making your wireless system perform.
Its synthesized PLL frequency control circuitry keeps the signal locked and true while dual tuned molded antennas with LEDs monitor the true-diversity operation. The rear panel features balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4″ outputs allowing flexible connection options. In addition, two CR77 receivers can be rackmounted together in a single space rack adapter available as an added accessory.
With the AirLine 77 AF1/AG1 Guitar system, you get complete wireless freedom that’s good to go anywhere the music takes you.
WARNING: This product contains DEHP, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm.SKU: n/a
SAMSON Concert 77 Handheld – True Diversity UHF Wireless System
The Concert 77 Handheld System is a high-performance UHF wireless solution ideal for any application where freedom of mobility is important to your vocal performance.
Featuring a Q7 dynamic microphone capsule, the HT7 brings a high level of accuracy and audio performance to vocal miking applications thanks to its low mass, neodymium element. Using state-of-the-art microphone technology, the HT7 is engineered to the finest detail to provide the ultimate in sound reproduction and professionalism
Thanks to a high level of sensitivity, the HT7 will pick up all the nuances of any performance with exceptional clarity and detail. Plus, it employs a tight supercardioid pattern to reduce feedback and effectively reject signals not originating directly in front of the mic capsule.
The CR77 true-diversity half-rack UHF receiver is at the core of the system. A synthesized PLL frequency control circuitry keeps the signal locked and true while dual tuned molded antennas with LEDs monitor the true-diversity operation.
The CR77 features a front panel display with large multi-segment audio level and RF level LED meters, and a large rotary volume knob allows easy adjustment of audio output. Its rear panel features balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4-inch outputs allowing flexible connection options. Where two wireless systems are required, two CR77 receivers can be rackmounted together in a single-space rack adapter available as an additional accessory.
With the Concert 77 Handheld System, advanced technology and total convenience combine to provide professional wireless performance wherever you need it.SKU: SN0043
SAMSON Concert 88x Handheld – UHF Wireless System
Pro Performance. Simple Setup.
Taking the complexity out of going wireless, Samson Concert 88x combines professional-grade audio clarity, reliable operation in the UHF band with extremely easy setup. The Concert 88x Handheld system is an excellent choice for singers, educators and presenters making the leap to the freedom of wireless.
Simplicity and performance are at the core of the Concert 88x wireless systems. One-touch scanning analyzes all available channels, selecting the clearest channel for your performance space. An infrared signal then locks the transmitter and receiver together on the selected channel. With 100 frequencies and a wide 25 MHz bandwidth, there are plenty of available channels for your event/application.
The True-diversity design minimizes dropouts to provide loud and clear wireless reception for up to a 300′ performance range. Tone-key and auto-mute circuitry ensure that only the audio signal from the CH88 handheld transmitter reaches the receiver, automatically muting the system when the transmitter is out of range to prevent unwanted noise from entering the signal path.
The rear panel provides both balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (1/4″) connections to an amplifier, sound system, or recording desk. The half-rack format and included rackmount kit allow the single or multiple CR88x receivers to be installed in a portable audio rack or in a permanent venue.
The CH88 handheld transmitter features the Samson Q7 dynamic microphone capsule. This microphone offers an enhanced dynamic range and excellent transient response and the super-cardioid pickup pattern provides excellent off-axis rejection, minimizing ambient noise and reducing feedback. Enjoy up to eight hours of continuous operation from a pair of AA batteries.SKU: SN0042
SAMSON Concert 99 Handheld – Frequency-Agile UHF Wireless System
Wireless To The Nines.
Samson‘s Concert 99 Handheld combines 80 channels of high-definition audio and extreme reliability into a rugged all-metal, rack-mountable chassis with a stage-ready backlit display. With simple 1-touch setup, convenient monitoring, a 300’ UHF operating range and impressive transmitter battery life, this frequency-agile system offers unprecedented value to singers, business professionals, educators and others in search of reliable wireless freedom.
In both single and multi-system arrangements, the CR99 Wireless Receiver offers 80 total operating channels, selecting the best frequency option for your area. Quick to setup, the CR99’s Group scan helps avoid conflicting frequencies, while its IR sync function allows users to wirelessly match the transmitter to the receiver’s operating frequency.
The CR99 receiver features a bright, backlit LCD for monitoring on dark stages, even at long distances. The LCD also shows the exact battery life of your transmitter, along with the channel number and its corresponding UHF frequency.
Q8 Handheld Mic
Audio reaches the CR99 Wireless Receiver receiver via the CH99 Handheld Transmitter, which features Samson‘s Q8 Professional Dynamic Microphone capsule. Offering eight hours of battery life using two AA batteries (not included), the CH99 transmitter features a variable Gain control, as well as a popless 1-touch Mute button.SKU: SN0041
SAMSON Synth 7 Handheld – Professional UHF Wireless System
The Wireless Future
Samson‘s Synth 7 Handheld Wireless System delivers the performance and features normally reserved for more expensive systems. The system’s all-metal receiver and transmitter each feature a user-friendly LCD display for superior performance monitoring. Also including an auto frequency spectrum analyzer, 100 channel options, a 300’ wireless range and Samson‘s Q8 dynamic microphone element, the Synth 7 Handheld delivers high definition sound and professional UHF wireless performance at an unbeatable price.
Synth 7’s UR7 Wireless Receiver was designed with dark stage environments in mind. Unlike hard-to-read dot matrix or simple backlit displays on other wireless receivers, Synth 7 features a bright full-color LCD that allows you to clearly monitor settings such as transmitter battery life, receiver volume level, RF signal strength and operating channel. The display enables faster setup and allows you to lock your settings to avoid performance interruptions.
Worry Free Setup
Since 1980, Samson‘s mission has been to take the worry out of wireless. Synth 7 honors that goal with its 1-touch auto frequency spectrum analyzer. This tool not only selects the optimal operating frequency for a given location, but it provides a full readout of the RF spectrum for a clear picture of your specific wireless environment. In addition, Synth 7’s IR Set allows you to wirelessly sync your transmitter to the receiver’s operating frequency.
Samson‘s all-metal UH7 Handheld Transmitter features Samson’s premium Q8 dynamic microphone capsule and a backlit display for viewing your operating channel and battery level. The Q8’s supercardiod pickup pattern greatly reduces off-axis sound, minimizes feedback and focuses on your voice. The capsule is housed within an internal shock suspension system to reduce handling noise and other vibrations.
With Synth 7, up to 20 systems can be operated simultaneously (region dependent) in the same location. As you introduce more performers, the Group Scan feature makes the setup of multiple systems both fast and easy. This function allows you to see how many channels within the group are clean, clear and ideal for use.
Synth 7 counteracts interference from unlicensed white space and other stray RF signals. An adjustable Squelch control sets the threshold level of the receiver’s reception sensitivity, ensuring unwanted RF signals go unnoticed by your audience. Also, a pilot Tone Key blocks invading signals when your transmitter is turned off or out of range. Finally, the system’s true diversity circuitry effectively eliminates multi-path interference.SKU: SN0038
SENNHEISER ew 100-935 G3-1G8
Great vocals begin with great capsules: This vocal set is equipped with a capsule from Sennheiser’s successful evolution 900 stage line. The evolution 900 series is stage proven and used by many acts on tour. Enjoy one-touch setup with the sync function. This system uses a dynamic cardioid microphone capsule based on the evolution e 935 which allows the vocals to cut-through the mix while remaining warm and full sounding.SKU: SNN0007
SENNHEISER ew 100-ENG G3
This ENG set offers a great amount of flexibility for portable recording indoors or outdoors. Its SKP 100 G3 plug-on transmitter transforms XLR equipped devices (such as microphones and mixing consoles) into wireless devices by simply plugging the unit in. The bodypack transmitter, as well as the plug on, can by synced up to the receiver with the simple push of a button. A very small high-quality directional clip-on microphone completes this set.SKU: SNN0008
Sennheiser ew 112 G2 Presentation Set
his system is ideal for theatre and presentation use. The ME 2 clip-on microphone is virtually invisible. The extremely small SK 100 G2 bodypack transmitter as well as the EM 100 G2 rack-mount receiver feature 9 frequency banks with 4 frequency presets each for direct channel selection and are ready for immediate use.\
* 1440 tunable UHF frequencies for interference-free reception
* Absolutely reliable transmission and extended range due to high RF output power
* High-quality true diversity reception
* Pilot tone squelch for eliminating RF interference when transmitter is turned off
* Automatic frequency scan feature searches for available frequencies
* Transmitter and receiver with rugged metal housings
* Receiver features user-friendly menu operation via backlit display
* Lock function avoids accidental changing of settings
* HDX compander for crystal-clear sound
* Transmitter and receiver feature “Low Battery” indicators
* Mute function for the transmitter
* Wide range of accessories adapts the system to any requirementSKU: SNN0010
SENNHEISER EW 500 G4-945-AW+ (Assembled in USA)
For professional live performances, this set consists of 1 SKM 500 G4 handheld, 1 MMD 945 supercardioid dynamic capsule, 1 em 300-500 G4 rackmount receiver, 1 GA3 rack kit, and 1 mic clip
Renowned sound engineers rely on ew 500 G4’s flexibility, especially when handling multi-channel settings on the world’s music stages. Up to 88 MHz bandwidth, up to 32 channels. Ethernet connection for Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) control software included for advanced frequency coordination in multi-channel setups.
- True diversity half-rack receiver in a full-metal housing with intuitive OLED display for full control
- Easy and flexible wireless synchronization between transmitter and receiver via infrared
- Up to 32 compatible channels
- Up to 88 MHz bandwidth with 3520 selectable frequencies, fully tunable in a stable UHF range
- Ethernet connection for Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) control software for advanced frequency coordination in multi-channel setups
- High RF output power (up to 50 mW, adjustable in three steps 10/30/50) depending on country regulations
Sennheiser EW100 G2 Handheld Wireless Microphone System
There are a variety of systems on offer in the 100 G2 series range: I was given the opportunity to try out the ;vocal set – an SKM 135 (cardioid dynamic) handheld transmitter, and the ;presentation set, which came with a choice of two lavalier mics; both ME-2 omni-directionals, (one of them flesh-toned).
Both of these mic kits have Sennheiser written all over them – literally and metaphorically: the handheld cardioid dynamic sounds smooth and round with a frequency lift up around 10kHz. Thus, the mic studiously avoids any tendency to ;bark at you – a trait common amongst so many other brands of microphones – and its hi-end lift seems wider and silkier, which provides excellent reproduction of vocal nuances, even out of a tired PA. The only downside to this is that when a band is very loud on stage, theres a tendency for these mics to pick up splashy cymbal wash and guitar amp spill thats ;loose on stage. And like most other wireless Sennheisers, their tone remains consistent and full-bodied regardless of where they ;roam, unlike so many other brands, which can become thin and ugly sounding in their ;wireless form. There is effectively no colouration caused by the radio link, which provides consistency across the range – an important advantage to anyone who is required to mix and match cordless and cabled mics.
Having had a fair amount of experience using Sennheiser radio mics in the live arena, I figured the best way to test the mic out thoroughly was to use them on a short tour with the Australian band Sonic Animation. Armed with the new G2 as well as the previous G1 series, I was able to compare the two ;generations under conditions that usually reveal the advantages and shortcoming of any piece of equipment. The rugged construction of the Sennheiser handheld is almost indistinguishable from the earlier evolution release, and follows in the tradition of what I often refer to as ;dangerous microphones… an annoyed singer could clock five yobbos over the head with it and make it back to the stage for the next verse with nary a dint. This thing feels like a gun: it really sits in your hand nicely, lets you know its not a toy, and responds in a very businesslike manner.
A great improvement has been the changing of the G1s notorious red on/off button that was often mistaken by singers as a fingernail switch; in part because the mute switch alongside it was a micro switch, (albeit black). This caused countless numbers of them to be snapped off by people who were trying to flick the button sideways instead of pushing down on it (Chris Dennis who owns hundreds of G1s has been buying the replacement switches in bags of 100!). This has thankfully been rectified in the new G2 range – the new switches remain protected by the proprietary locking knob, which has been retained.
The mic is now powered by two AA batteries (requiring only 3V) instead of a 9V block, which is handy because not only are they cheaper to run – youd be surprised how many batteries you can go through on a tour – but they also last longer (up to 12 hours). The mic also has an improved battery meter, which behaves more like a fuel gauge rather than providing you with a rudimentary red light which indicates that youre low on power, often only after its too late! (As a cautionary note: now that the mic uses AA batteries, dont be tempted to use rechargeables: the mics power indicator is designed to read Alkaline batteries only; if youre using rechargeables, they will appear to be ;full right up until the moment they disappear off the radar.) There is also a backlit screen on the mic, which makes it very easy to read on a dark stage. Very handy. The mic also has XLR connectivity at the half-1RU receiver, making it a fully functioning professional system.
The omnidirectional ME-2 lavalier also has a great tonal character – until you put it near some wattage. Lavalier mics are typically sensitive in the upper-mid frequencies, however, the ME-2s sensitivity is lower than usual: in the mids and lows. Consequently, there was lots of chest from the system I was using; which made for warmer, fuller tone but encouraged the mic to pick up tonal characteristics of the room easily, making the mic hard to manage without a decent equaliser or roll-off at the very least. Nevertheless, its perfect for conference or presentation situations where timbre and body are hard to carry through diffuse high/mid plastic delay boxes. Whats more, in the studio, I obtained some cool room sounds hanging the little feller in places youd never want to hang a larger mic, and I got great sounds from the drummers chest! Further to that, it strikes me as odd that given the versatility and tiny stature of a mic like this, I know of no studio that has radio mics in its arsenal. I suppose theyre usually too expensive and often; thin sounding, but this is not the case with the ME-2. The possibilities for catching incidentals, ambient miking the ceiling of a studio, or even sticking the singer on the roof, are endless. But I digress.
The receivers work really well. The manual says the transmitters will ;stay tuned up to 150 metres but when I first received the mics I managed to walk about 500 metres from my house before it got dodgy, and there was crystal clear penetration through two walls at 30m from the receiver (although it couldve bounced off the building opposite I spose). Nonetheless it does pay to follow the manufacturers instructions of line-of-sight and not holding the antenna portion of the mic. However, because the G2 100 series uses an automatic frequency scanner to fine-tune and maintain a good ;lock on the mic, when the handheld loses power or is switched off, the squelch feature immediately goes searching for a connection, which can create a swirling noise not too dissimilar to recklessly playing with the tuning on an old radio. Therefore, when the mic is running through a large PA, care must be taken to ensure this sound doesn’t find its way to the FOH speakers – not very pleasant.
What’s in the box
- Sennheiser EW100 G2 Handheld Wireless Microphone System
SENNHEISER SKM 9000 BK COM A5-A8
Worldclass digital handheld transmitter. Arrestingly great dynamics. Compatible with evolution wireless and 2000 series microphone heads, two Neumann heads (KK 204 and KK 205), and exclusive Digital 9000 caspsules.
Experience the outstanding clarity of the SKM 9000, a world class digital handheld transmitter ready to take on any challenge.
The SKM 9000 is fully compatible with all microphone capsules from evolution wireless G3 and 2000 series, including the Neumann KK 204 and KK 205 capsules. The new MD9235 is the preferred choice for loud stages. Three new permanently polarized condenser capsules – ME 9002, ME 9004, ME 9005 – feature a revolutionary shock mount design that delivers ultra-low handling noise and maximum pop suppression.
The digital audio transmission of the SKM 9000 offers arresting dynamics and audio quality rivaling the best wired microphones. The artifact-free, uncompressed digital audio transmission in DIGITAL 9000 is a perfect match to cable sound. Exchangeable energy packs with environment-friendly Lithium Ion technology maximize operating time, while saving thousands of batteries over the lifetime of the product.
- Broad choice of sounds and applications
- The optimum in practical operation and sound quality
- 4 exclusive 9000 series microphone capsules with lowest possible handling noise and pop sensitivity
- Compatible with the evolution wireless / 2000 series microphone heads as well as Neumann capsules