Chord SU20 Dual UHF Handheld Microphone Set

£149.00

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The Chord SU20 Dual UHF Handheld Microphone Set includes x2 Handheld Wireless Microphones and x1 Compact Receiver, making it an overall ‘sound’ solution for situations where you may have multiple presenters video conferencing, or even for party events & karaoke performances.

The SU20 is supplied with hardware which allows you to mount the receiver unit in a a 1U 19″ rack space. The BNC cables and detachable antennas are also provided and can be rear or front mounted as required. Each transmitter is powered by 2 x AA batteries which come supplied with the unit, so you’ll be ready to perform straight out of the box.

Output is provided individually on balanced XLR connectors or mixed to a single 6.3mm jack socket. Comes with a 6.3mm to 6.3mm jack lead to get you up and running, but if you’d prefer to use the XLR connections then you can find a selection of leads on our site.

Product Features:

  • Front or rear mountable antennas
  • Supplied with power adaptor and 4 x AA batteries
  • Transmission frequencies are 863.42MHz and 864.3MHz
  • Available in dual handheld or combination Handheld & Beltpack versions

Specifications:

  • S/N Ratio: >80dB
  • THD: <0.5% @ 1kHz
  • Antenna Connection: BNC
  • Range: 60m – optimal conditions
  • Batteries: 4 x AA (2 per transmitter)
  • Weight: Receiver 845g / Handheld 231g
  • Frequency Response: 50Hz – 18kHz @ ±3dB
  • Power Supply: 14Vdc 350mA (Adaptor supplied)
  • Output Level: 400mV Balanced, 200mV Unbalanced
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid – handheld, neckband or lavalier
  • Dimensions: Receiver 203 x 187 x 42mm, Handheld 250 x 47mmØ
  • Output Connections: 2 x balanced XLR; 1 x unbalanced 6.3mm jack
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