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AKG WMS40 Shipping included Mini2 Dual Wireless Safety and trust system microphone

AKG WMS40 Mini2 Dual Wireless microphone system

$174

AKG WMS40 Mini2 Dual Wireless microphone system

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Product description

The WMS40 mini2 Sets ensure brilliant sound and ease of use at an unbeatable price/performance ratio. It is the optimum wireless solution for small stages, clubs, places of worship, hotels, and gyms. Unique HDAP (High Definition Audio Performance) technology ensures the best possible, most realistic sound at any time.
The SR40 mini2 receiver provides three status LEDs each for channels 1 and 2, indicating ON/OFF status, received signal strength (RF OK), and audio clipping (AF CLIP). The VOLUME control sets the level at the ¼" output jack. Each receiver comes with a universal 12-V switched mode power supply. The illuminated ON/OFF button switches both channels on and off simultaneously. The WMS40 Mini system stands out for its extremely long battery life of 30 hours with a single AA battery which helps saving money in the long run.
Operates on the licence-free ch 70 frequency range.

  • Up to 30h playtime with one single AA battery
  • Plug amp; Play
  • Low battery indicator
Dimensions (mm) Length 132 mm Height 43 mm Width 133 mm
Connectors 6.3mm jack connector
Frequencies (MHz) Recommended simultaneous channels 3 Number of selectable frequencies 2 Fixed frequency Frequency Selection Fixed frequency Radio Range (Line of Sight) 20m

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