Wireless Microphone System, Phenyx Pro VHF Cordless Mic  (PTV-1D)
Wireless Microphone System, Phenyx Pro VHF Cordless Mic  (PTV-1D)
Wireless Microphone System, Phenyx Pro VHF Cordless Mic  (PTV-1D)

Wireless Microphone System, Phenyx Pro VHF Cordless Mic (PTV-1D)

Regular price $ 108.99 Sale price $ 46.51
1 in stock

In Phenyx, we constantly focus on details, explore better production techniques, and utilize sturdy material to build our products. We are determined to offer better and easier solutions for sound performance and provide our customers with high-end value without overpaying.


The Phenyx PTV-1 VHF Dual Channel Wireless Microphone System is a dual wireless microphone system designed to offer great sound quality and ease of use in a compact package. It is very simple to set up and operate, and has promising sound performance with great price value. We offer two selections to accommodate your need. And a 6.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable adaptor is included in the package to provide you with more flexibility!


SPECIFICATIONS:
Overall System
Carrier frequency range: VHF (frequency of operation depends on local regulations)
Frequency Stability: 0.003%
Dynamic Range:>100dB
Frequency Response: 50Hz-18kHz
Outputs: XLR balanced mixed; ¼" unbalanced mixed
Audio Output Level: 0-500mV
Range: 150'

Receiver
Power: ? 10mW
Power: 5W
Image Rejection: > 110dB
Spurious Rejection: > 90dB
XLR Output:
Pin 1: Ground
Pin 2: (+)
Pin 3: (-)
Power: DC 12~18V, Current: 400mA, External power adaptor

ATTENTION:
1. This package only contains the wireless microphone system. You still need to have an additional audio device (speaker or amplifier) to output the sound.
2. This package does not contain microphone cable with XLR connector.
3.For better results, keep the transmitters at least 2' away from the receiver but within the transmitter's range (150'). Keep the transmitters in direct line of sight with the receiver whenever possible.
4.Use the MUTE position on the transmitter switch to silence the microphone without interrupting the paring with the receiver, which could cause unwanted popping sounds.