WM-4200

WM-4200 Wireless Handheld Microphone

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TOA Wireless Handheld Microphone WM-4200

The WM-4200 Wireless Microphone employs a dynamic microphone capsule with high input handling capacity and is suitable for vocal applications and other professional uses. Thanks to the PLL-synthesizer system, 16 different operating frequencies (4 banks) are made available. A high output power and a herical antenna ensure stable radio signal transmission.

 

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(+65) 6684 9668

Product Description

TOA Wireless Handheld Microphone WM-4200

The WM-4200 Wireless Microphone employs a dynamic microphone capsule with high input handling capacity and is suitable for vocal applications and other professional uses. Thanks to the PLL-synthesizer system, 16 different operating frequencies (4 banks) are made available. A high output power and a herical antenna ensure stable radio signal transmission.

 

Specification

Microphone Element•   Dynamic microphone unit: Cardioid
Emission•   F3E
Frequency Range•   690 - 750 MHz, UHF
Channel Selectable•   64 Selectable frequencies (international may vary)
RF Carrier Power•   50 mW or less
Tone Frequency•   32.768 kHz
Oscillator•   PLL synthesized
Maximum Input Level•   145 dB SPL
Maximum Deviation•   ±40 kHz
Audio Frequency Response•   80 Hz - 15 kHz
Dynamic Range (AF Circuit)•   95 dB or more (with WT-5800)
Battery•   6LR61 (9 V × 1)
Battery Life•   10 hours or more (alkaline)
Indicator•   Power/Battery indicator (common use)
Antenna•   1/4 herical antenna
Operating Temperature -•   -10 ℃ to +50 ℃
Finish•   Resin, coating (change other's)
Dimensions•   φ52.2 × 279.4 mm
Weight•   300 g (with battery)

 

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(+65) 6684 9668 

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