Bring with a portable PA speaker, you speech is well prepared
- Transmitters are powered by 2 AA batteries while receiver needs 12V supply (from wall outlet or power brick).
- It is easy to take audio from mic system out to PA speaker, amplifier (any device that allows 1/4″ mic input).
- Compact and full-metal constructed receiver syncs with 2 lapel mics.
- Head-worn fits securely for high intensity aerobics and Yoga tutorial;
- While clip-on mic with secret feature is optimized for interview and speech.
User-friendly design increases use experience
- Easy-to-read LCD screen shows battery life and frequency. Noticeable RF light indicates status.
- Both features allow quick check for making sure your speech goes on successfully.
- Get battery or frequency change in a second when any cutout or dropout happens.
- Line input for playing background music from phone. Receiver serves as an audio mixer.
- Plus 2 additional input options, get well-prepared for a 4-people group application without effort.
- Independent volume control gives each mic user better experience.
Mind-blowing wireless transmission range
- UHF (Ultra High Frequency) gets longer range and more powerful signal than VHF.
- Stable transmission is secured within 80 feet and the maximum range is up to 165 feet.
- Obstacle is no more fearful! Signal with good penetration leave you no bother with movement restriction.
- 20 selectable frequency channels ensures conflict-free performance in less perfect environment.
What's in the Box
- 2 X Body-pack transmitters
- 2 X Head-worn microphones
- 2 X lavalier microphones
- 1 X Receiver
- 1 X 1/4″ male to male cable
- 1 X 1/8″ male to male cable
- 1 X 1/8″ male to 1/4″ male cable
- 1 X AC/DC adapter
- 1 X User manual
We don’t recommend to use with Bluetooth speaker, which may not be powerful enough for providing loud sound even with all the volume the way up. The best solution is to use it with speaker that has 1/4″ input.
You need 12V 500mA power to make the receiver work. The car cigarette lighter or suitable battery charger may get the job done. But the best option is still to find a power source.
We don’t recommend to record on iPad with K038 wireless system. Because not only extra TRRS adapter is needed, but most importantly, I’m afraid that the result won’t be optimum, which is designed for amplifying sound instead of recording it.
Yes. The frequencies is from 585 MHz to 604 MHz, so there are total 19 channels. You can set one channel for one transmitter every 2-3 MHz to avoid interference, so you can use 5 of the systems at most at the same time.