TOA WT-D5800 UHF Digital Receiver (G01/CH38)


The TOA WTD5800 is a UHF Digital Receiver (G01 – CH38), providing many advantages over the majority of modern-day Analogue Systems. You’re no longer limited to a handful of simultaneous channels and encrypted audio signals offer the perfect solution for those confidential applications.

The more accurate transmission frequencies also result in less inter-modulation between frequencies; basically this is how they can get so many channels operating at the same time without any of them interfering with each other. The receiver also has some great technical and user enhancements to make your life easier.

Battery status is shown on the receiver to let you know the status of the microphone batteries and there are even contacts on the back that can be used for external activation of equipment to show low battery status and microphone activation. These are all great but our favourite feature is the built in feedback suppressor – which means no more howling or squealing from your sound system and no need for the additional expense of additional control equipment.

The receiver is powered from an AC mains adaptor that comes with the kit and you’ll get two whip antennas too. For larger systems, you may need antenna distribution equipment including the WD-5800 and YW-4500. The finish of the receiver unit is black resin and it measures 210 mm W x 44 mm H x 211.9 mm D mm. Weighing only 730 g (1.61 lbs), it will fit no problem on a desk, small shelf or by rack mounting with the MBWT-3 or MBWT-4 mounting kits.

Product Features:

  • Intuitive LCD display
  • Detachable antenna
  • Frequency channel scan
  • Built-in optimised preset equalisation
  • Audio mixing with cascading voice input connectivity
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